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Farewell
by Amber V Moonstone

Sunday, May 15, 2011
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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my ex husband was married yesterday, 40 years after our marriage. It has been a bittersweet weekend for me.

Farewell

by Amber "V" Moonstone

5/14/11

Forty years ago,
you were mine,
and I was yours.
That was the past.

Today, I embrace
the freedom that
my past has given me
Peace, love and lightness.

I do not weep 
nor, do I  dwell
in the darkness
that once surrounded my life.

I do embrace the light,
I embrace love,
and most of all
I embrace Peace.

Bittersweet memories
stir my soul today,
another lifetime
flashes before my eyes.

I shed tears of letting go
for the last time,
you are now another person's
husband, and I still,  your first wife.

I know you better than anyone,
I loved you longer than anyone,
now I bid you farewell
and wish you peace, love, and lightness.

 

Farewell (c) Amber "V" Moonstone

 

 

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Reviewed by Chessly Nesci 5/26/2011
Amber, You have a heart full of gold. Even after the darkness you still wish him well. I didn't know you back then but I know you now and you are the light that shines so bright. Farewell to the past...Take care my sweet spirit sister! Hugs, Chessly
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 5/19/2011
and so we do evolve, but, i get the bittersweet of it, too--well expressed!
Reviewed by TONY NERONE 5/18/2011
A very fine writing, Viv. However you will always be loved by someone. I know because I am still alive.
Peace and Love
Tony
Reviewed by Sheila Roy 5/18/2011
Thank you for sharing so deeply, Amber. First-class, Lady:)
Sheila
Reviewed by D. Vegas 5/18/2011
Amber, I believe letting go to someone you
vowed to love is one of life's hardest things.
Always,
Deborah
Reviewed by Andy Turner 5/17/2011
Wham bam Amber wo.man, my ex has recently done the same thing, poor bloke.
He's history, her mystery. Time for fun fun fun.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 5/17/2011
Brave and honest poem Amber, I can understand how you feel,for whomever has loved,we cannot forget the experience,and lie about
our feelings, healing comes with truth! Well done!...ET
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 5/17/2011
The past is always a part of us no matter what..new directions are there for us~we must take us where the wind blows.
Love and Blessings,
Christine
Reviewed by Gene Williamson 5/16/2011
This poem is definitely you, Amber, a loving, caring,
talented human being with a future of your own to build
a happy life around. With love, gene.
Reviewed by Axilea MU 5/16/2011
Your beautiful honesty is movingly revealed in these verses Amber. You are entitled to have memories... and to have a future too. Be well!

Axilea
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 5/16/2011
Lovely poem sweet lady....your heart is so beautiful...sighhh...stay safe and well...Hugss
Reviewed by Don Juan Amante 5/16/2011
you share years and children, there will always be a place for him in your heart. Your heart is big enough and kind enough to still include him.
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 5/16/2011
SAD AND BEAUTIFUL POEM!!!!!!!!!! WISH YOU HAPPINESS, AMBER!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by John Flanagan 5/15/2011
Amber,
You ARE
Peace, Love and Lightness.

In admiration,
John
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 5/15/2011
most people do not take the commitment to marriage litely, you are one. That's why you had the weekend you did. However, you used the word bitter/sweet. The weekend was sweeter than you think! Love, Morgan
Reviewed by Michael Guy 5/15/2011
40 years is a long time, but of course the memories can seem like yesterday; the best part he left you: your daughter! You're a lucky gal no matter how you spin it...
To your bright future: michael xx
Reviewed by Connie Faust 5/15/2011
As always, writing will help you to accomplish it. I think you were wise to write this poem. We can't erase memories, but we can put them in their place and move on.
Nicely written farewell--keep looking to the future.
Connie
Reviewed by Felix Perry 5/15/2011
You may say goodbye but no matter what he will always be a part of you...you can't say goodbye to memories, good or bad.
fee
Reviewed by John Bidwell 5/15/2011
My ex-wife got engaged a month ago.
She called me to tell me about it...perhaps...because...
Who else cares about her?
But freedom is a never ending discovery.
Peace- deep peace.
John
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 5/15/2011
ya, I'm with Jerry on this...you haven't let it go...
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 5/15/2011
Nope. You do not bid him farewell. He is still in your heart. I am sorry if what I said offends you, but your poem proved this truth, Amber.
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 5/15/2011
This is an exquisite poem Amber, so tender, so personal, and full of your kindness and generosity of spirit.
Blessings, xx
Christine



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