suki, such loneliness and such hope.thaw my frozen veins. oh yes, allow flow again. sometimes a warm fire will do that, sometimes a nearby friend, sometimes a prayer, sometimes a change.your poetry is really at a level up up up in the heavens. please check out colrain. i can imagine you in the company of poets and i can imagine the feedback you will get. i keep nudging you toward this and that. i hope i'm not pushy. i can't help myself ♥lovekj
Funny, KJ and I both glommed onto the same line..."open my frozen veins"... that struck me hard!also "the markers of my jail"...powerful wordspoembreak free and run
I hear your longing for a different "view" of life... I am curious about the photo, Suki. Is this from when you lived on the Cape? - the view you now long for? It's beautiful! At first I thought it was a painting. Such a difference being enclosed in a woodland setting... I hope soon you free yourself from your "prison."Heart Hugs...
Christine, unfortunately the photo is one i just downloaded from the internet and not a place i ever lived.
Suki, your poems just get better and better. I would love a book of your new poems, I would be the first to line up and buy it. xoxo
beautifuland full of feeling
you write such lovely haunting poems that speak to both lightness and dark at the same time, that get into our bones and take us past the words.I hear the longing for freedom here, yours, but all of ours. We all know this place and you paint it so beautifully.Do I hear you moving??????
I always savor every word. Your poetry and prose speaks volumes, Suki. I have several favorite lines in this one!Thank you for sharing another lovely poem.xoLo♥
Beautifully written Suki!
I too love this poem, very haunting
Hello Suki! I was moved by your poem. It’s sad and metaphorical. Well, everybody can be a good poet like you when one sees the window photo that you posted. It can be a simple window, but enough to stir all your senses and emotions.Marla Hinds
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