Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Seen




i see you
the insecurities
need for attention
love,
hidden behind your smile
i see you.
believing hoping
you see me too
together, bound
intimately
unspoken unforgotten
captured, each moment
photographic memories
i see you.
please know,
there is no reason to remain hidden
for we are all exposed
open to the inevitable,
free to live life
in this moment
this age,
with you, i see.
i see you.
my love,
i set you free
spread your wings,
fly
together in harmony....
let go...
with me.
as i with you
eternity together
we shall be free

23 comments:

  1. How inspiring, beuatiful and desirable. Moved me to tears. Hugs across the pond

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  2. cheerful,,I think,,of sorts,:)

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  3. Freedom. Enticing humanity, since... forever :)

    Cheers...

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  4. oooo...
    fly the friendly skies! :)

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  5. we are all exposed
    open to the inevitable...

    What a thought!!
    Some very nice lines.
    Just loved it..

    Cheers

    Nuts

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  6. really beautiful...your words and that freedom...

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  7. That tells me so much... No need to hide but let us be seen...this be free ;)
    Thanks for this beautifulpoem

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  8. Snapshots of time reveal the truth

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  9. Good words. It is hard to stay hidden, better to be free.

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  10. Wow. Awesome, Kay, just f'ing awesome. Blessings!

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  11. Ms, Kay,
    Please visit my site and received your award that you have earned.. :)

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  12. I read it three times. That's how much I liked it. Crazy great.

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  13. Kay,
    Clearly liberating as I was reading it... Thanks for the trip...
    -Alex

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  14. It is my first time here and I am so intrigued already.

    Amazing.

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  15. I am in awe of this poem...so lovely and beautiful. To be seen and loved is an amazing experience. I love your picture as well : )

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  16. Er...I was here before and read the poem. It's a nice poem, probably, who knows? Um, the thing is, alls I really want to do when i bring up this post is to gently peel those photographs off that pretty woman's body.

    I know. I know! LOL @ me. I'd ban me if I were you!

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  17. Poems as such and more can inspire a dead coming alive and vice versa.

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  18. amazing, the clarity in which we see our
    beloved, the pain that connects us.

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  19. Freedom, life and encouragement come across in your words.

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  20. Beautiful. I got reminded of Jim Morrison's poetry on freedom. Amazing work, Kay!

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