Each post is a tiny bread crumb torn from my memory's pantry
September 10, 2010 § 19 Comments
Dirtied by the embers
of our torched memories
I still can’t get rid of you
Tagged: Dirty, Embers, Forgetful, Memories, Moving on, Over you, Poem, Poetry, SoE, Trying to forget
Hmmm, thought provoking 🙂 🙂 Loved it x
I feel adding a little mystery foes a long way
Whoa!! I just burnt my eyes reading this!! Flames leapt at me from the screen..
Lol you animation is most welcomed Kavita!!
What a terse expression of disgust expressed in one short emphatic verse! Thank you for sharing. I enjoyed the jump start on emotion.
Love your choice in vocabulary!! Thank you for reading!
A little flash of enjoyment this was.
Why thank you kindly!
So short, but says so much. Love it!
Sad times make you tougher if you let them…
I so can relate powerful!! if you’d like to accept i have two awards i’d like to share with you http://peachpitproduction.wordpress.com/2010/09/12/blogger-awards/
So very very thoughtful…Thank you!
Wow! I really like it!
I have awards for you:
So gracious thank you!!
Alas I walked down this road
Trodden, soiled, lord deposed
My kingdom ruled by an usurper
Once my meilleur ami,
Now just a holy memory.
And what of memory? It is carved
From ink, in flesh, a parchment
Made not to be drawn over
Rather, to piece into a whole
I adore your work even more so when in relation to my own
Memories are so difficult to burn out of our hearts and minds – especially when we want them to just disappear because they are so painful. But, when the time is right, those memories will fade away and the embers will cool into the night. And everything will be fine xx
Great advice written so poetically!! You are absolutely right…difficult and painful but eventually distractions come along and what was once dirtied with resentment is washed clean and forgotten.
So true…and your response was also written so poetically. Oh, I just wanted to let you know that I have come off Facebook, so if you noticed I was no longer on your list, that’s why.
Have a good evening my friend xx
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