I have written this poem in response to W3 prompt #47 at skepticskaddish.com, hosted by poet of the week, Punam Sharma. The guidelines are to write a Pantoum on the theme of abandonment. Additional information about a Pantoum and the prompt can be found here. Hope I got it right! Where you and I walkContinue reading “Hand In Hand”
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Heart and Soul
You are my heart and soul;Soul to soul entwined as one;One life shared by two;Two hearts that beat in time;Time that steadily moves along;Along a path that’s shared by two;Two paths diverge from one;One for me and one for you.You are my heart and soul;Soul to soul we’ll merge as one.
That face!I know it so well.The smirk;Behind which there lies a punch line.The smile;That lights up the sky.The frown;So full of disappointment.The forehead;Wrinkled in concern.But this face I have not seen before.Talk to me.
The family that traverses these stairs;Is a joyful family indeed;They do not want for anything;As with love they each succeed.
A Single Tear
And my heart melts…
Who is your bedfellow?
A Mother’s Love
When did you become a man? Was it the day you decided to walk yourself to class? Leaving your mother behind, as you, still so small, took the long walk down the school corridor. Was it when you began to explore nature? Navigating the woods; catching critters in the creek. Was it when you discoveredContinue reading “A Mother’s Love”
To Be One
I see a beautiful landscape, But to see it is not enough. I want to burst into a billion particles, And scatter myself amongst the scenery. I love a person with all my heart, But to love them is not enough. I want to become fluid, And seep into their very pores. I hear aContinue reading “To Be One”