Sometimes it’s just a bench, but then other times it’s a bench where you sit with me

Sometimes it’s just a stone, a wind chime, a picture; other times it’s a fragment of the essence of you

Sometimes it’s just a Sunday, but then other times it’s the day you flew

 

 

 

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8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Paul McGovern
    Jan 29, 2012 @ 18:41:05

    The wonder you imbue into words is a very special ink. Nobody on this planet can write like you. Nonpareil? the word doesn’t define you. You define the word.

    Personal experience, an extraordinary girl in an ordinary world. A poet.

    These words are emotional tangents – they are poetry, the truth of language. Soul felt, heart felt, from a poet who feels. The best kind.

    Objects and concepts given context, given placement in the personal. You are winged, you know that – it’s beautiful to watch your wings unfold.

    Poetry isn’t really the mind making sense of the world. Perfect poetry is your soul interpreting existence as the witness of you.

    My words attempt to summarise when really I could spend a day within these words expanding each and every one. But you formed them and that implies construction of semantics as should be : )

    Kanjō no sōsaku-sha – maybe that comes close ; )

    I’ll leave with some Pearl Jam lyrics that I think may relate. Thank you for sharing.

    Sometimes I know
    Sometimes I rise
    Sometimes I fall
    Sometimes I don’t
    Sometimes I cringe
    Sometimes I live
    Sometimes I walk
    Sometimes I kneel
    Sometimes I speak of nothing at all
    Sometimes I reach to myself, dear God

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  2. Billie Jo Woods
    Jan 30, 2012 @ 22:15:28

    “Sometimes it’s just a stone, a wind chime, a picture; other times it’s a fragment of the essence of you”

    I love the way this reads and the feeling it evokes when I read it.

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  3. Evelyn
    Feb 03, 2012 @ 04:07:42

    Im startled by the crystal clear blue water feeling this has…
    this is fundamental, basic…a pure joy. like tomato and basil…

    Reply

  4. Robin Hawke
    Feb 07, 2012 @ 01:29:42

    Stunning.

    Reply

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