There will be no pulling away, missy. Be happy, you deserve it. Don't ruin the chance for yourself over fear, or you'll NEVER experience anything so sweet, so good, and so worth it all!
I love the beginning, and especially the second stanza about winters and spring revolution. You have found a way to write a beautiful love poem and still include YOU in it, YOU with your harsh winters and weather and mad winds. It's beautiful, Nana.
there is no much to say..
too too tooo blown away...
so much.. in like what ?
not even 10 lines??
perhaps one day you'll understand
that you must stop touching my heart...
your poetry makes me so vulnerable
and always bring back old feelings in me...
you never fail to deliver perfection
you are the best of the best!!
6 years ago
Stressing on how he wakes you up more than the sound of the mad winds deserves a Nobel price for Genius,
for one, it showed me the depth of what you're feeling, and is a great measure of how much you appreciate.
i would have never thought of that to be completely honest.
so for a Opening Santanza you score an A+
regarding the last sentence though, and although this might not be relavent but this comes from the heart: Keep in mind Rania,
that as a woman, as a person, you're judged by everything you amount to, and the respect
that you show the people around you.
being a respectful human being, you lack nothing, you have it all, and above all,
you speak your mind in a way that makes you very Gifted, So never think you're less than perfect, or that you deserve less than that.
Pulling away or not, i assure you that you're
and good luck with whatever is happening with you right now.
You are brought aware of feelings you are not ready to face, yet these are positive emotions - perhaps fear of finding happiness also implies fear of losing that same happiness.
Yet, how can you lack compassion when you know your own spirit is open and giving.
"Suppose I might provoke in
your soul a spring revolution"
Beautiful - more than a rebirth of desire, describes a riotous explosion of passion laid at your feet.
Do not pull away from love, remember this:
"You risk crying when you let yourself love." -- Antoine de St-Exupery, from The Little Prince.
Without risk, there is no life.
6 years ago
too many people here that spoke everything I can think of. Well except for Larry's thoughts, original :P
I know with your past and all you would be a bit guarded and unsure about love, but I have never seen you so happy and you know you deserve it. You have something beautiful going on in your life right now, I say enjoy it while you have it, it may last a very long time. ;) Don't pull back. Lovely write! You truly speak of something many experience with love.
Wow Nana I love this... I love your imagination and your way with words... your metaphors are enlightening and are just lovely to read... the last sentence was so simple yet so deep... I think this poem was just amazing to read and I enjoyed it...
Actually it reminded me of my poem "Don't Pull Away" lol kind of like the opposite! Great job sweetie!
Simply astounding and incredible. I love the provoking imagery that you use in this poem as it brings each stanza to life with the almost real visuals and feelings. Your emotions are pure in yiur message and you speak your heart, which I believe makes a poem, truly, a poem. Of course I can understand your fear of being hurt or losing this peron and that leads you to be wary in giving into something you know will have you captivated and make you feel truly loved.
I really couldn't decide which stanza I liked best since they both spoke to me in a amazing way. The imagery is brilliant and amazing. Gave me a clear image of how you feel and how he feels. It's clear to see your catious approach to him and even your withdrawal at times. Yet, this person stays and promises you everything and even though you push away at times he still comes back.
All in all, I am amazed that even though I have been gone for ao long you still have kept your amazing talent of captivating truths and the hardship of going through them. I hope to read more of your amazing works. Great job and keep writing!