Wednesday, July 02, 2008

withdrawn

indifferent
reason
pour

I could pour my heart out into this vast cyber space
God knows the many reasons my heart needs unburdening this week
You may respond indifferent, You may respond with grace
solitude summons me silencing my habitual need to speak

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16 comments:

pia said...

hearts often need unburdening

I do think your poem has grace

anthonynorth said...

We all get this way at time. Luckily, we recover.

TC said...

*hugs* Unburden when it's right for you. There will be someone to listen.

Gill said...

{{hugs}} sounds like you are having a rough week.

daisies said...

hugs and love honey, xo

Tammy said...

Give your burdens to God Lucy and I hope you find a peace in your solitude.

Thinking of you!
XXOO

pjd said...

But... sometimes an indifferent response is the only graceful one. (Perhaps not this time, but sometimes.)

paisley said...

i am taking a little blogger break,, but i am available anytime via email if you need a shoulder,, or the appropriate cuss words.....

tumblewords said...

Oh, unburdening sounds like a fine idea but we seem to prefer keeping it inside...Well written poem!

Just Jen said...

I got an award for ya and I hope this is fiction because if something is truly silencing you...woe...
;)

San said...

i agree. theres a certain elegance about this.

Daily Panic said...

simple and says so much.

forgetfulone said...

Lucy! That's amazing. I didn't even try this week. Actually, your poem fits me right now.

Jen beat me to the punch on an award to you, but if you check my blog, you'll see I didn't let that stop me from mentioning you, too!

There's another post on my journal, too, if you're interested. I know you have lots going on, and I'm thinking about you. Hugs. Diana

Giggles said...

You know where my heart is!! Right there beside yours!!

Hugs Sherrie

JP/deb said...

Your words in this post spoke to me ... sometimes solitude and quiet is exactly what one needs. xx, JP/deb

one more believer said...

...beautiful lucy...