Tiny expressions of my soul.
Oh, the immortality of love. How we need it to mitigate the pain of loss.
These were beautiful...I especially liked the first one because it reminded me of my teen daughter who is a night owl to the extreme. :~)
Love both verses. Farewell also to the stomach of youth -- being able to devour bags of chips and gallons of ice cream, with no consequences! Your second poem reminded me so sharply of the death of my "first" cat -- who slept on my pillow for 20 years before dying there quietly and naturally.
It's a good thing we can't see around the corner...
Lovely ones, H.T.!Loved both the fare-thee-wells...and the obvious depth of love you feel towards your younger self/children and your beloved pet.Many thanks--
the passing of time. nicely put.
A lot said so succinctly, enjoyed both of these, they took me back in time.
Love these - the first one carries such a 'past' and the second carries the 'now'.
I enjoyed both of these -- one at the beginning of life's journey and the other at the end.
very touching-all. Immortal notions of youth! I like that-
I don't know how many more tears I can cry while reading this heart tearing poetry. Wonderful and well written.love-bd
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