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REBLOG:Limits On Pain. And Suffering — Words Of An Average White Male

THIS A REBLOG from Words Of An Average White Male’s blog.  Please enjoy this brilliant piece of work and spend some time on David’s blog!  You’ll be glad that you did! 

At some point we learn to limit the pain we allow. Since no one forces us to feel, we must choose what and how to suffer. Brilliantly we will, whether we like it or not, allow a chosen few behind our walls and beyond. In a way, aren’t we our own vault? Much less private […]

Limits On Pain. And Suffering — Words Of An Average White Male
Posted in Poetry

One Fate – #LovePoetry of #SoulMates and #TwinSpirits — Booknvolume

REBLOG: This is a Reblog from Morgan’s beautiful blog BookNVolume.  Please be sure to spend some time at her blog and enjoy this gorgeous piece of brilliance.  ❤ 

Plighted before the worlds began, Before I became Woman, Before You became Man. Sharing One Breath, Accord Incarnate; Breathing Together, Our Inseparable Fate. Created as One, by birth Divided, Always Seeking the Other, Our Destiny Guided. Living without You, OH Loneliest state; Reunification Our Unalterable Fate. Changeless as the Eternal Sea I, Longing for You; […]

One Fate – #LovePoetry of #SoulMates and #TwinSpirits — Booknvolume
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Desires

I justify
what my heart
desires

The anticipation,
an aphrodisiac

Your scent,
intoxicating

Drunk with yearning
You tempt me

again
and again

Not forbidden
but remorse
pangs me

As your sweetness
passes my lips

Angel and demon,

Chocolate,
You have taken
me
yet again.

Copyright (C) 2018 Penny Wilson

I know that this is a repeat, but I just couldn’t resist!  I hope you enjoyed. 🙂

Posted in Poetry

We Are As One — Walt’s Writings

This is a REBLOG from Walt’s Writings. Please enjoy this beautiful piece and be sure to visit Walt’s blog for more gorgeous poetry!

We Are As One We are as one I belong to you you belong to me We are the ink in my poetry I need your love now and forever keep your arms around me like a wedding band nobody makes me feel like you do let’s fly to the sky and ride the stars […]

We Are As One — Walt’s Writings
Posted in Poetry

Living With the Wind

Image by Engin Akyurt from Pixabay
She loved living 
with the wind
 
Her feet on the ground 
and her head in the clouds 

The wind took her 
by the hand and
she followed

Like a kite 
not meant to be 
earthbound 
 
She bestowed her love 
with abandon 
but her attentions 
were brief

For the wind
would call to her

Yet, like a fragrance 
you can't quite name...

for a few, 
she lingered
 
For those, 
she left longing 
in the night
never to be forgotten

And those few
whispered her name

Seeking the girl
living with the wind

  
Copyright (C) 2021 Penny Wilson
*Inspired by the poem by Charles Lindholm "She Had a Gypsy Heart" 

Posted in Poetry, Stories, Writing

Where the Crawdads Sing-Review

I so love this book, I am sure that it will be a classic read well after I am dead and gone. I’ve been wanting to write about this beautiful book for some time, but wanted to be sure that I had enough time to devote to it. To say that this book is Beautiful, is an understatement. It’s like reading poetry. But the story is so compelling that it pulls you in and carries you along for this achingly deep and gorgeous adventure right away. I was taken aback by the language used. I would gasp out loud and the eloquent way Delia Owens described things in this book. Lines that were so beautifully written, they will leave you in awe.  

This is what Amazon says about this book: 

For years, rumors of the “Marsh Girl” have haunted Barkley Cove, a quiet town on the North Carolina coast. So in late 1969, when handsome Chase Andrews is found dead, the locals immediately suspect Kya Clark, the so-called Marsh Girl. But Kya is not what they say. Sensitive and intelligent, she has survived for years alone in the marsh that she calls home, finding friends in the gulls and lessons in the sand. Then the time comes when she yearns to be touched and loved. When two young men from town become intrigued by her wild beauty, Kya opens herself to a new life–until the unthinkable happens.

Where the Crawdads Sing is at once an exquisite ode to the natural world, a heartbreaking coming-of-age story, and a surprising tale of possible murder. Owens reminds us that we are forever shaped by the children we once were, and that we are all subject to the beautiful and violent secrets that nature keeps. 

Where the Crawdads Sing was written in 2018. I have no idea how I missed this book back then, but I am sure glad that I found it.  I haven’t had a book touch me this deeply or this profoundly in ages, if ever. I could gush on and on about this amazing author and book, but I have a better idea. READ THE BOOK. You will be glad that you did. I found this to be a little slow at first, but once the story got going, I couldn’t stop and finished it quite quickly.  

Enjoy!