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Another time, another place.....
by Karen Palumbo
Thursday, December 02, 2010
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          Another time, another place.....



Sparkling, crystallized infinitesimal grains of sand,
shine brightly under the glow of afternoon sun.
Heart weighs heavy with the passage of time,
waiting for your return, again to be as one.

Watching as you boarded the waiting ship,
standing high above and waving down.
It rained that day, the ocean was angry,
letting you see the smile hiding the frown.


Anticipating your visits while asleep, dreaming,

months have passed with no word, no sign.
Each day at sunset, walking along the shore,
praying for your return, trying not to opine.

Believed to be that magical time of year,
shopping, wrapping gifts, making a choice.
Yet, everywhere your face becomes so vivid,
the feel of your touch and sound of your voice.

As pelicans dive down for their evening meal,
the scent of your cologne permeates the air.
Another time, another place, a future to unfold,
awaiting your return with patience and care.

Together sharing the fruits of life long dreams,
quickly we lose what we hold most dear.
Wind picking up whistling as it passes,
first snow begins falling as children cheer.

Knitted white blanket, one flake at a time,
glides gently down to find its rightful place.
Transforming landscape traps the moonlight,
picturesque beauty filled with God's grace.

Sparkling, crystallized infinitesimal grains of sand,
shine brightly under the glow of afternoon sun.
Heart weighs heavy with the passage of time,
waiting for your return, again to be as one.

 

Written by:
Karen Palumbo
Photography by:
Robert Palumbo
12/2/2010 © All rights reserved 

 

 

 

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Reviewed by Kathleen McDonald 6/12/2011
How lovely this is written. Waiting is a sad time. I know what that is like.
hug
Kat
Reviewed by baz busbe 3/5/2011
I can really relate to this and can feel the pain of waiting for a loved one. Beautiful photo. God bless. Baz
Reviewed by Regis Schilken 1/10/2011
Seems like we are all haunted by love or loss of it.
Another time, another place..... for some reason makes me think about my wife of 44 years. I'm already thinking that one of us must pass on before the other. I hope I'm first.

rege
Reviewed by Sheri Uy 1/5/2011
My dear Karen, this is just sooo beautiful. I can relate a hundred percent...Sometimes waiting is hell but when you have good memories and dreams to hold on to, the waiting becomes worthwhile. Thank you for sharing this gift. Love and blessings to you.

Hugs,
Sheri
Reviewed by JMS Bell 12/17/2010
A VERY GOOD WORK HERE. THE ESSENCE OF YEARNING AND EXPECTANCY FILLS EACH WELL CHOSEN PHRASE PRODUCING A CLEAR IMAGE OF HOPE AND LONGING, WHILE YOUR RHYME SCHEME AND RHYTHM SURROUNDS AND SOLIDLY SUPPORTS THE THEME. ENJOYED AND APPRECIATED. THANKS FOR SHARING. LOVE, BLESSINGS & FAITH...JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
Reviewed by Inspire Hope 12/14/2010
This is absolutely beautiful Karen. Heartfelt and deeply moving! You took me to such a peaceful and scenic place! Much appreciated! As always Robert has done an excellent job creating this master piece. Please tell him to keep up the good work! Give those adorable two hugs for me! ( hope they are well) ! Thanks for sharing and for caring Karen! Blessings to you and Robert!!!

Much Love,
Margaret
Reviewed by Barbara Terry 12/12/2010
Fewer visits make the heart grow fonder, but when it is a loved one we wait for, those visits grow and grow...hopefully. I still wait on a shore of a kind for my soul to appear, but it has escaped me I fear.

This is such a romantic poem Karen, waiting for someone that is in your heart to return. So lovely and pure as the new fallen snow. Thank you for sharing.

May the Lord Jesus bless you, and those whom you love, and be with you always, and by your side. With much love in my heart, joy to the world, peace on earth, & MANY SISTERLY ((((((((((((((((HUGGGSSS)))))))))))))), your little sister, Barbie
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 12/11/2010
Absence might make the heart grow fonder but it sure makes a mess of everything else. Wonderfully penned. Patrick
Reviewed by Andy Turner 12/7/2010
Lovelorn romance in abundance. So gently and delicately woven within this story/poem.
Reviewed by Sheila Roy 12/6/2010
I really enjoyed the atmosphere you created in this piece, Karen. Glorious scenery. Love and hugs,
Sheila
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 12/4/2010
I have to heartily agree with Fee, Karen. This write is so satisfying to the lovelorn soul and such a comfort. So much emotion comes through your beautiful lines and I feel like I have read a novel in the space of just a few precious moments. Distilled and enduring work, bless you. xx
Reviewed by Felix Perry 12/4/2010
I am speechless after reading this one Karen. It so perfectly captures the longing of a love that will not die but remain a hope for a lifetime. The vividness of your descritions of sun sea and sand only increase the bitter sweet passion in each and every line of this write. Well done...well done.
fee
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 12/3/2010
so beautiful, a snowy dream ~ Morgan
Reviewed by John Flanagan 12/3/2010
A poet with heart and soul you are, Karen.
This is beautiful.

John
Reviewed by richard cederberg 12/3/2010
You had me with the first line Karen. You have the heart of a romantic. Happy holidays to you and yours ... richard
Reviewed by TONY NERONE 12/3/2010
Just plain Lovely!!


GOD BLESS YOU
TONY
Reviewed by jude forese 12/3/2010
dazzling, enchanted, emotionally uplifting ...
Reviewed by Douglas Bentley 12/3/2010
Filled with hope and love and faith.
Love that last stanza.
Reviewed by George Carroll 12/3/2010
Very beautiful poetry each word like a crystal chandelier they sparkle
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 12/3/2010
Quite powerful - waiting truly is the hardest part.

PS: And I hope that tiny ragamuffin orphan at your front door won't have to wait very long for a loving new home.
Reviewed by Michael Jones 12/3/2010
Yes and Amen, Merry Christmas to You, Robert, and all of your children, puppies, kittens: Have a healthy, wealthy, and prosperous New Year and may the whole commonwealth of heaven continue to be at your disposal! Peace!!!
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 12/3/2010
HEAVENLY BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!! VERY TALENTED!!!!!!!!! I LOVE IT!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Paul Berube 12/3/2010
An excellent write indeed, Karen.
Reviewed by lili dauphin 12/2/2010
So beautiful Karen! You are blessed.
Reviewed by Clarrissa Moon 12/2/2010
This was so heart pulling thanks for sharing.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 12/2/2010
Heart weighs heavy with the passage of time,
waiting for your return, again to be as one.

Your verses are soul-reaching in emotionally awakening, Karen. Love and best wishes,

Regis
Reviewed by Chip Bergeron 12/2/2010
Karen:

I know you probably meant this as a contemporary story, ut all I can picture as I read this is a World War II image of a woman saying goodbye to her husband as he goes off to war and then waiting in worried anticipation for his return...

Chip Bergeron
Reviewed by Mary Lacey, Desertrat 12/2/2010
You write so beautifully, Karen. I could feel the hurt of a lost love. Enjoyed very much.

Mary
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 12/2/2010
Written so beautifully, so deeply from the heart, Karen.
Truly inspiring, to read of this genuine kind of love.
Blessings,
Christine
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