Beautiful sad poems you penned here Cindy dear, remain a memories that couldn't erase. "A person who has come into your life has come either to teach you something, or to learn something from you." I hope thing are good with you and yours, always know that I'll be here if you need sometimes.... Be safe. Hugs... Bert.
10 years ago
by Tara Kay
Cindy, such a sad write, that was a pleasure tp read, very well pened with emotion and faultless imagery.
I absolutely love this poem i almost feel as if i have lived this myself, those old days still freshly painted in our memories will never fade. i really feel a connection with this poem and the words, i can't express how much emotion i am overhwelmed by it is truely a magical piece bringing back the best of days, xox sam
Only true love has the power to make us this sad once it's gone. Gratefull for all that is given to us, but ever so sad for knowing we have to face the rest of our lives without that special person.....
You have the skills to turn your sadness into something as beautiful as this poem.
You just don't realize the depths your poetry speaks. This is the kind of love that most people only dream of. You write of John and the memories you have shared in the past and it comes to reality there is such True Love. Passionate, unbridled, true and honest vows that no matter come what may with every breath you take and eternally you will again share that love. I know the time you had together wasn't nearly long enough, just wanted you to know that the love you shared with John is reciprocated in these pieces you share with us. Such a beautiful moment of many you have shared with your love. Awesome Job,
Its a wonderful tribute cindy, those wonderful memories of you and john are most precious gift.
Wishing you were back with me
Your love once again to keep
Strumming fingers across strings
Your guitar gently weeps
This lines are brilliant and so heartfelt.
Great work again.
Hey. I've only just found you on the site now, and I'm so happy to see that you have the strength you do. Your poems are beautiful, and never without emotion - that has to be my favourite thing in a writer. The rhythm is like you're doing it to please the reader, but I'm sure it was something all for yourself. I hope things are looking up, and I hope you always have that guitar. I know you'll always have your husband.
I can't offer any critique on it, mostly because I never would on something so personal anyway; you should always keep it as is, when it has enough of you in it. I find that if you change and edit things too much, it doesn't hold quite as much of what you felt as it would've if you had just left it. However, I am also leaving you with no harsh words, because I don't think there's anything critical to be said. It's a beautiful (and heartbreaking) story, written with beautiful words. Thank you for sharing it with me :)