Sounds like you are looking for new beginnings. Which is what spring means to me. A chance to do it better next time. Well thats my take on this.
oh it's lovely to see that flower and read your poem
Love it Suki - keeping the light alive in these darkened days; reminding us all to "begin again" - and again... I love this line - "guarded my solitude with fangs." :) Maybe that's what I need - some fangs...
I am so there with you...in feeling all that you have written.... sigh...But, here's hoping this Winter will be warmer - in every way...hope and friends keep the heart warm and strong.Love to you and Bibs,♥ Robin ♥
The misbuttoned shirt and uncombed hair going unremarked by caring eyes...poignant and true.
'i press seeds into soil'through it all, suki, through the lonliness of it all, you end with hope, with working the soil, with growth. that says alot about you. you write beautifully. i am glad to know you.♥kj
This is great writing no matter the season!regretmelancholiahopeIt's all there,I love it.The flowers make me think of Texas Bluebonnets.So beautiful.
So many feelings poured out in these lineseach word a flowerblossoming openwiderevealing past and present and future all rolled into one!
Spring does bring new beginnings. Don't wait for spring though.
I can so relate to these words.
Suki, This is beautiful and sad.I still guard my solitude, but perhaps not as much as in the past.xoxo
Suki, have you ever read Simple Abundance, by Sarah Ban Breathnach? It's an old book, but one I found invaluable when I was at my lowest. Maybe it would help you. Just thinking. I still have my old copy and I refer to it often. It helps me to stay on track.
There's melancholy and regret...but also hope, Suki. I love this poem. You write in a manner which makes me think of how and who I am.Lovely to be reminded of the spring and new beginnings...xx
katie i have read that book. thank you. and thank you to everyone who has commented. your comments make my heart sing.
Beautifully written and again ending with seeds and hope...a touch of spring!
huh... i tried to post , but it didn't show up-- so will try again... (to repeat)Bloom on, dear soloflower, amidst your garden of friends... <3 Susan
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