Wednesday, May 8, 2013

100 Words - Quiet Conversations

100 Words On Saturday


Each morning I waited as I stood in line.
I loved those moments when his eyes met mine.
No words needed just the beat of hearts.

His time on earth was over.
So he left for his home in the sky.
Now I lie alone in the darkness and as I listen to the sounds of silence, I close my eyes.
No words needed just connections through thin veils.

And then I pray to the Heavens with devotion and faith.
And in my dreams He comes to me to comfort and love.
No words needed just the fusion of souls.


For 100 Words at Everyday Gyaan


Warm Regards
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22 comments:

  1. Very poignant yet so beautiful.

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    1. Thanks Shilpa - every word of it true :)

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  2. Very nice poem... I dont agree with the thought for week though. I can only have faith when I understand

    PhenoMenon
    http://capturedalive.wordpress.com/2013/05/07/quest-for-solace/

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    1. Thanks PhenoMenon - that takes practice and a whole lot of cruel knocks in life before the faith comes.

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  3. Thank you for sharing this Suzy. So poignant, and so relate-able :)

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  4. I'm glad you had that time with him, before he departed, Suzy. Those are moments to be treasured. Someday we shall all be together with our loved ones, is my belief.

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    1. I so believe that too Corinne, that we will be together again with our loved ones. He was so sweet - so sad he died so young.

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    1. Thanks Talya. Glad you liked it.

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  6. I agree with Corinne. Touching poem.

    http://www.heresmysay.com/100-words-on-saturday-quiet-conversation/

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  7. Oh this was so beautiful. It tugged at my heart strings! Hugs to you.

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    1. Thanks Rachna for you nice comment and for the hugs. Send you hugs too.

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  8. This is really beautiful. ...made me bit sad, though. But its a beautifully done piece full of emotions.

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    1. Thanks Kajal. Glad you like it even though it made you a little sad.

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  9. Ah Suzy this soul stirring and soaked in emotion.I really liked it,

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    1. Thanks Usha. Glad you liked it and thanks for dropping by.

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  10. so sad and yet so beautifully written..
    Reminded me of my grandpa :)

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    1. Thanks Pixie. glad you liked it.

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  11. Hi Suzy,
    Its Great lose
    but hope is still there!
    We will meet up with our
    loved ones who departed us.
    Let us live on that hope
    Keep writing
    Keep inform
    I am Keep inform
    Keep writing
    Philip @ Philipscom
    An ambassador to A to Z Challenge @ Tina's Life is Good
    And My Bio-blog

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    1. Thanks Philip. Welcome to my blog and thanks for following.

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