A Silhouette of Sadness (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
brought me joy.
I gave of myself.
or was too much
to tend to this babe
that I had birthed.
She was my first,
perfect and sweet,
a child of peace,
her soul so deep.
A bond grew tight
with her at my breast,
trust, and light.
But you never called,
you didn’t reach out,
you kept yourself(ish)
hidden from our life.
was here…not so
far away, but you
made no attempt
to join with us.
I should have
because this is
who you are…
but it would have
been nice to have
felt your presence.
Stuart McPherson describes “The Beautiful Sadness” over at dVerse Poetics. http://dversepoets.com/2012/08/11/poetics-the-beautiful-sadness/ Share an occasion or event that was beautiful but has elements of sadness within it.
Posted by Bodhirose on August 11, 2012
Two little girls were a part of my world;
they were consuming, yet so endearing.
Waking up to their sweet babbles,
my heart was totally over brimming.
All the tasks that went into mothering
were not work at all but many blessings.
My soul delighted in all the giving but got
much more through those sweet eyes.
You looked to me with trusting eyes,
I held that trust with sacred love.
I treasured the time spent caring for you,
the most precious period of my life.
The years went by so fast it seems,
sometimes it’s almost like a dream.
So many special moments recalled,
a wealth of joy and you growing tall.
Celebrations, gifts and festivities
were so much more fun shared with you.
Your giggles charmed and brought a smile,
My pride in you I hope you knew.
My protective prayer is with you both;
may love surround and keep you safe.
Even though you’re women grown,
You’re still my girls, my dearest ones.
My entry for Gooseberry Garden’s Poetry Picnic 16: My Life in Free Verse; http://gooseberrygoespoetic.blogspot.com/
Posted by Bodhirose on December 5, 2011