Comments : A Letter, Unwritten

  • 1 year ago

    by Poet on the Piano

    I couldn't help but image a child, or younger sibling, or maybe even a stranger that you don't know, but you feel and see her innocence and hope, and long for it. And almost want to her warn her of the hardship to come, that there isn't always happy endings and someone to anchor her. That last line made me think of the way we are united in trying to make it through this life, how some people can be beacons of light, but still be suffering, and simply trying to pave a way for themselves.

    One thing:
    "it's heat" - "it's" doesn't need the apostrophe I believe?

    • 1 year ago

      by Skyfire

      Oooo thanks very much, Poet! Good catch, those "it's/its" get me sometimes.