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by Diana Wiles

Wednesday, April 04, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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My Love...In a Faraway Place, but nearer than ever, gently reminding me of a solemn promise made...

 Faraway Love

Just when I thought the Garden of my Heart was still and quiet again,
the same one I told you in those final days I would keep forever beautiful for you,
You appeared in my dreams, warm, real and so youthful and Spring-like, you took my breath away,
  haunting me with your soft brown eyes,

your smile reminding me all over again of the wondrous depths of our Love -
the perfect harmony we were working towards, and the solid comfort of deep familiarity.

From a Faraway Place you asked me to open up my Heart to Love again, and I have tried so hard,  only to find myself falling in Love with you all over again,
ching with wanting you near me,
Just to hold you and tell you how much you meant to me, will always mean to me...


The precious photos around me bear witness to all that we were, still are, for Love is an eternal energy that can never die...
You are my Faraway, but ever-new True Love,
the perfect missing jigsaw piece for my full Heart, that you alone can fill.

And then I remembered.....

Just before you left you asked me with a look in your eyes I shall remember always...

"to keep on writing, whatever happens"
to tell the story we would have told together,
about our Love, our Life with all its mysterious happenings, and the momentous journey we travelled together,

and taking your hand in mine, I promised..

but grief and sadness have held me back,
along with fear of the unbearable piercing pain of  fresh loss filling my days again...

 But now I understand why you have filled my dreams once more... a gentle, coaxing reminder of that solemn promise made on your last day upon this amazing Earth, when a glorious Rainbow filled the sunlit sky through the softly falling rain ,and you held a Passion flower in your open hand

Stunning but simple and apt metaphors of your Life...

but I will my Love,
the time is right,
The day has dawned

And so it begins.....



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Reviewed by Mary Elshaday 4/26/2014
You are so blessed to have fallen in such a love Diana. True love never dies. Cherish every moment you had with him and know that he will be waiting for you in the gates of paradise someday. This earthly life is not forever but a journey to our very happy eternal home. He is happy at home waiting for you. Be happy and enjoy every remainder of your days in this journey! Love and hugs. Mary
Reviewed by Cryssa C 4/30/2012
Beautifully expressed! I am glad that he made you promise to write. Writing is cathartic and will heal your heart...leaving treasured memories in the wake of pain. Love is everlasting--eternal. Until you meet again, I will enjoy the thoughts of your pen.

Reviewed by dan Rosenhagen 4/29/2012
I am near speechless,.............but I think that to be able to start again is beautiful. When love comes calling, even if it is a beggar or thief or liar, love is a pearl claimed from the greatest sea and shall not, cannot be released back into its depths, For if you throw back the pearl, it would be your own heart that you toss into the fathoms. Even if you lose your way in time, and your heart and soul grieve until you are lost and weak, you must go there, without it there is nothing except memories that keep us from this moment and the future.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 4/18/2012
True love never fades away. Deeply moving and meaningful are your verses, Diana. Thank you. Love and best wishes,

Reviewed by jude forese 4/8/2012
a beautiful poem composed from the heart of love ..
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 4/7/2012
What a beautiful piece!!!
Instead of fighting the grief, it is as you say better to keep the love even at the cost of pain, to let the grief have it's way with the heart. I love how as you write you communicate with this dear person who has died, and in that way stay fully connected.
I understand in my own way, Diana, I have not lost a partner, but have lost both of my extraordinary parents within several months of each other, and the pain has left me just grieving and stunned. Grief is proof of how much we love.
Bless you,
Reviewed by JMS Bell 4/7/2012
Reviewed by David Thompson 4/6/2012
Oh, Diana, how you have touched my very soul with your lovely words in this heartfelt piece. I have read it time and again, and each time I do, it touches me all the more. If all who have lived and loved could experience the depth of your love and devotion, what a wonderful world this would be. I have savored all your works over time; however, "Faraway Love" shall remain with me throughout the days and months to come. I have read all your reviews regarding this piece, and I find each to be a testament to the beauty of your words. May your days ahead be filled with an abundance of thoughts for all to enjoy. You are the best.

With love,

Reviewed by Peter Paton 4/6/2012

Stunningly beautiful and poignant, you have put into words what I thought could not be expressed, the mutual and unequivocable love that burns intensely between two people brought together by the hand of fate.

The intensity of the longing and ache spills over on the page.

Hang Tough !

Reviewed by Ronald Hull 4/6/2012
This poem speaks of your yearning for reconnecting with your love who was lost in that “faraway place.”

Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader) 4/6/2012
These words speak from a ripened spirit about a ripened spirit, a two-fold power not diminished by half. Whole. There is such a taste of wholeness for me in Faraway Place that it seems to contradict its name. So clearly you take the whole towards the new; the whole goes with you. ~~ Diana
Reviewed by John Flanagan 4/6/2012
the emotional and intellectual honesty
in this work disarms me and moves me deeply;
Diana, this is simply beautiful

Reviewed by Christine Alwin 4/5/2012
Diana, You moved me with this passionate heartfelt story, love is eternal, a treasure to behold~
Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo 4/5/2012
I do hope it pours freely, from your heart and your pen. Such love, and agony, needs to be expressed ... simply to breathe. So touching. ~Hugs, Elizabeth
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 4/4/2012
Diana, now can you see the beauty within your heart how it aches to pour out onto the page? It is more than a promise made but the need to continue that momentum that love has inspired. The beauty of that love can never truly end.
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 4/4/2012
this is beautiful....
Reviewed by Sandy Hoynacki (Reader) 4/4/2012
You have interwoven a tapestry of love and sadness into one of the most beautiful, emotional works that I have read in a long time.

Reviewed by Carolyn Red Bear (The Bear Paw) 4/4/2012
Diana, true love can never leave us, and this is full of all that love is. Never ending... thank you for sharing this...

In Spirit,
Reviewed by Mark Lichterman 4/4/2012
Sadly, full hearted love may never leave us no matter how hard we might try as the thought of one dearly loved is as a constantly repeating line or verse of a song that repeats and repeats within our mind. Sometimes deeply true love can never vacate that place in our mind and heart.
Sad, but good poem, my friend.
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 4/4/2012
Extremely moving and deep in love. To have such a love is only a dream for most. You and he were and are blessed forever. Thank you for allowing the rest of us a small glimpse of the dream.
Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci 4/4/2012
This is just beautiful!
Reviewed by Laura Fall 4/4/2012
Oh my, this is truly a touching poem written so heartfelt and dear as it does bring tears to the readers eyes (Hugs) Laura
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 4/4/2012
This has moved me deeply, Diana. It's a tribute to the strength of your love, to the stature of your Beloved and to the justified trust he placed in your soul-deep union. "And so it begins..." - indeed it does. You are blessed to have a continuum of relationship that some can only dream of. Thank you for giving life to those dreams! Bless you and onward you go! :)) Love always, Kate xx
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 4/4/2012
How gentle your poem expresses the love Diana. Beautifully penned
to the passion flower in softly falling rain. May a lovely rainbow
appear too!
Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 4/4/2012
ditto Jerry....and memories are able give us so much love, wouldn't it be best served to create joy than sorrow?
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 4/4/2012
So soulfully felt, this poem brings tears to my eyes. I can feel your love and loss. Oh sweet friend, I send you healing energy and positive vibrations so you can write your love story...Go in peace, light and love,
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 4/4/2012
"And so it begins . . ."

Excellent! I would suggest that all those photos and mementos you have near you that they be lovingly replaced with something to keep the eyes from haunting you, Diana. You can still love forever, and you can still write the story. In fact, I have a feeling that the story can be written even better without all that one-on-one editing from the photos, etc.. You know what I mean I think. Be yourself! Always keep your love strong, but I doubt even he would expect you to hold him up in shrine-like reverence.

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