Friday, September 1, 2017

In a Silver Canoe


                                    ... in a silver canoe on half moon lake ... I drift

                                               ... the truth does not come cheap / I've loved too carelessly




Image: Jeremy Miranda

8 comments:

  1. The poem is internal. It deals kindly with a subject we let drift but admit to only in the privacy our own thoughts. The artist, Miranda, is well-named.

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    1. Thank you for your comment, Geo.

      Yes, I love his work.

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  2. Better to have loved carelessly than not at all, right? ;)
    I have been peeking at your wonderful poems but don't comment often. Sorry. Was happy to see them again. :)

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    1. Yes! :0

      It is soooo good to see you again ... I hope life is going well for you, your health and your family. Thank you so much for reading and for commenting.

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  3. There is so much in that picture and your words!

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  4. How does one learn what "too carelessly" might be without going past that edge? We should never let ourselves be defined by fear.

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    1. There is more than one way to define carelessly. I have not always been as careful as I should have been with other people's hearts. And, I have gone, "past that edge," on more than one occasion and it allowed me to live a very full, rich life. Now, I'm not afraid, just cautious. :)

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