A Walk


  • wheelsal
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A Walk

So often we walked
so many places
frozen by the cold
drenced by the rain
burrowing our cheeks
the sun cuddling us
like a quilt
around ageless

So many changes
holding your hand-
touching renewing me
pretending it held
fragile security
me from pain.

It really couldn't.

You are gone now
I walk alone with
trying to
hold your hand.

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frog commented on A Walk


This is SO beautiful. I love how you craft words and emotion together. Wonderful!

cheronld commented on A Walk


What a very nice tribute...this was a hearfelt poem...I truly liked it..



Thank you for your visit. Sally

jademelissa74 commented on A Walk


Sally, what a touching, heartfelt piece you have managed to craft. This is beautifully expressed Sally. You always make my day :)) Love ya!



As usual, I appreciate your comment so much. You make my day everyday. Sally

Chaos128 commented on A Walk


Remembrance is an after image that grows stronger with time. The physics don't quite work out, but that's because the process is far above it. Good to see you back!



Thanks. Hope in and out of here, but love reading good poets. Sally



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soulwriter commented on A Walk


The touch of a held hand tight can surely leave fingerprints on the heart... thank you for sharing in such a unique and beautiful way!



Thank you for your comments. Sally

Poetry is not a turning loose of emotion, but an escape from emotion.

T. S. Eliot (1888-1965) American-English poet and playwright.

wheelsal’s Poems (13)

Title Comments
Title Comments
Romanian and American Passion 1
Taking Down the Christmas Tree 2
Your Birthday Card 7
A Visit to the Cemetery (Memorial Day 2010) 9
A Walk 16
Haiku is Heavenly 7
Fun with Cinquain 6
Color me Spring 5
Salt and Pepper 4
Music within my Soul 12
Sonnet to You, My Love 9
Wind Mills 11
Requiem to my Husband 11