Tuesday, January 5, 2010

The End.



each ending brings forth
new beginnings
but, i ask,
has anything really ended?
lying there,
mind seeking refuge
to say good-bye
so sad, the meaning
why not, why not?
see you later
see you soon
in the teacup of my heart,
how you fulfill me
a teaspoon of forgiveness
a dash of respect
just a pinch of regret,
when new beginnings
relinquish the end.
forever, ever-after
the past stays close to home.
the heart that you long for,
is the place, i call home.
i let you in,
i let you in
the heart,
it does not end.

33 comments:

  1. Its as if we slow down to let the past come rushing into the present, it truly gives us the power to take the next bold step in our lives.

    Excellent Poem... I like how the Heart does not end....therefore, it also has no beginnings....it has always been there.

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  2. Brilliant! The everlasting presence of the heart is so well explained here. Well done! Keep writing!!!

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  3. Awesome again - I love stopping by here :0)

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  4. oh lovely Kay, really flowing, both in the way it is written and in the way it describes.
    xxsm

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  5. beautiful, beautiful, very very beautiful, those are some lines, loved to read em :)


    take care and keep writing..........

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  6. lovely kay. keep letting in, even though it hurts sometimes...the heart can take it.

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  7. Oh my!!! This is soooo good, lady, you really write like...very few people do!

    *he teacup of my heart,
    how you fulfill me
    a teaspoon of forgiveness
    a dash of respect...*

    Brilliant.

    Dulce

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  8. That is so great
    "the everlasting presence of the heart". Thanks

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  9. Wonderful poem. Your words connected with stuff going through my early morning images. A nice feeling.

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  10. I love "in the teacup of my heart".

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  11. nothing really ever ends completely. but its effects do lessen... great write!

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  12. Love brands you forever.
    Leaving a scar to see or feel when caught in a moment

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  13. Beautiful!! And yes may new doors open but those others are always left open as well. :)

    Love it!

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  14. No beginning...NO ending. All happening right...NOW! (The opinions expressed here....etc.)

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  15. I posted a little similar..I think. I like it though, nice stuff.

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  16. I love how you have brought the past into the future....your heart reminds me of a ring, no begining no end just forever.....beautiful poem my young friend......:-) Hugs

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  17. An interesting style, and one not to be ignored.

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  18. You know what though pain a broken heart that lets us know that we are alive....in a strange way....I don't mind ever having a broken heart because I knew I was living with feeling...
    I sometimes run from feeling but in time that heart mends and brings new love so that you know you are living again!

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  19. Mend your heart, if it is broken. The mending part can be a lot of fun. :)

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  20. Thats very beautiful Kay....read it twice to make me feel so...


    Jooolliieess:)

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  21. Just beautiful, Kay. Happy New Year! I wish you buckets of creativity and inspiration this year. Blessings!

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  22. Beautiful post. Simple yet powerful. I have felt much of this in my life.

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  23. I think I will write one now. Stop by mysterious woman. ;)

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  24. Beautiful...there's always a beginning & ending under the sun~
    xo

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  25. Lovely Kay. Funny how we romanticize this muscle...the heart. When did it begin to have choice and will? I open my soul, allow access to the one thing of eternity. The rest of it...ashes to ashes.

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  26. Kay,
    Beautiful words!! And great memories are good to keep close to heart even if they ended...
    -Alex

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  27. Come on madam, I've been back twice now - I need another one!! ;0)

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  28. Loving how you've said such. Loving the way you have written such.Loving especially......
    'in the teacup of my heart,
    how you fulfill me'

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  29. A great deal here for me to think on at this time. I really like the teacup of a heart.
    xo
    erin

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  30. A friend advised me once to "search the bottom of my heart", so I did, and nearly got lost. The heart is a vast, wild place.

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