Kamla, I agree with the last part of your poem. Much can be lost from such a love if you were to fullfill the desires it brings. But we should allow it to exist and be happy in that alone. Of course, that would be next to impossible if you were close to that person. I'm glad I was never in that kind of situation. Liz
I really enjoy just sitting back & deciphering all the different renditions of Love that flow forth from out of all the hearts that are pouring out their cries unto someone or anyone..I envision the motive or the experience that has seeded the creation of each work of art...yes "ART"..for each poem or sonnet that comes forth from a person is a mirror of that soul..and that is precious--because no matter the content or the quality or the rhythm or the style or the topic; each is 100% precious in its' content, because each person is doing his or her utmost best and that makes all of them equal in my eyes and precious just like each one of us is precious in him-own-self..Liz, I Love your style and the depth of your ex- pressions. If you were a boat, you would be a submarine--ok! Each twist on a subject tells me about the experience of that persons life in that category.. Love you all James David "A man's heart can only tell of where he has walked"- -
Member Rara Avis
Femmes Father: Thank you for those remarks.I guess my poems aren't very hard to decipher, since I haven't learned the art of writing between the lines. I don't have much finesse, just tell what comes flowing out. Thanks Liz
I like this one very much, Elizabeth! Sometimes, when love comes with many limitations placed upon it, it's easy to mourn what you can't have rather than celebrate what you have... and treasure the richness it's brought into your life!
Member Rara Avis
Dear Poet, Your words are very kind But my head will never get big, always humbled by the talent of so many great poets here at Passions. And especially by some of these young poets. I'm in awe of them. Thank you Liz