by May Torres
Thursday, February 18, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Callously, you reduced me to tears
Making me face unfathomable fears
Forcing me then, to carry on
Wondering what, became of our bond
Thinking all along, that we were perfectly secure
It’s then, that you departed, leaving sorrow for me to endure
So, you went on living, without a backwards glance
Causing me to remain, in a steady somber trance
Then, one day I woke up, suddenly feeling new
Free of all the melancholy, that was caused by you
Relieved to be unburdened, of all that extra weight
Now, looking back on everything, I see you weren’t so great!
(c) 2010 Copyright by May Torres
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|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Although this deals with a hurtful situation, the ending indicates freedom, validation and thus is very encouraging and uplifting. Thank you for sharing, May. Love and best wishes,
|Reviewed by Vesper Darby
|this is great...havent we all had 'awakenings' to the not-so-great people/happenings that at one time we thought were imeasurable treasures?....
is 'imeasureable' a word? or does the spelling just look all caflooey? we ALL know that 'caflooey' is a word don't we? :)
|Reviewed by Michelle Mead
|Yes, I can relate this. Simple and straightforward, yet full of emotion and wisdom. Liked very much.|
|Reviewed by neerja gandhi
|awww...welll bad experience...but goodanytime you wake up,its never too late....cheers !!! neerja|
|Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
|it is such an awesome feeling when we embrace ourself
and the importance of our own path
it takes 2 people to be in any relationship
& only one to end it for any reason they so choose
and in this it is a grand feeling to let go of ole baggage
no matter what the weight may be
I am so glad you are free from the "somber trance" <---Love That!
Peace & Continued Happiness!!
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|Thank God the nightmare is over and you can look at life with renewed hope. Great poetry that untold thousands have gone through.