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Thursday, April 21, 2011

On Dying Love


One Shot Wednesday

25 comments:

  1. ....oh how i miss the power of your writings ...can't put into proper words just how deeply this piece touches me....beautifully written my friend...blessings

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  2. welcome back.

    fantastic piece.
    well penned.

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  3. very true words. its very touching and truthful.

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  4. wow... sometimes i forget how lucky I am to have such great opportunities to read the works of such amazing writers...

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  5. Things we find when we look beyond, glad i clicked on your tab.

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  6. You rendered this completely true to the heart. It is delicious.

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  7. Oops, how much can a dying love hurts... I wonder, should love ever die? Not that we live in fairytales, but perhaps human race has lost the truth about love.

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  8. great write - its an eddy of emotion, one that one willingly is apt to let the swirls overtake the mind

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  9. A perfect piece here.. loved the last line!
    I could relate to it- now moved on; the scars remain.. :)

    Hugs x

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  10. "hemoglobin sunset"--fabulous phrase! Thanks so much for sharing this one for the rally, and for your feedback on my entry!

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  11. "hemoglobin sunset" is an amazing image! Loved the entire piece. Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  12. some nice word play...the death of love, luckily it is often the phoenix rising back from the ashes...perhaps elsewhere...

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  13. "...denial is a harsh mistress." Indeed. Excellent write. I've read Kubler-Ross in trying to understand depression. Your poem is both artful and insightful.

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  14. I think you meant "inevitable" instead of inventible. I love words and love to learn new ones, sorry if this appears somewhat odd but I looked your word up and it doesn't exist. I totally dug this, hope shattered is always painful.

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  15. a lot of pain in the loss and pulling away of anything that was once filled with love....the word grief is all to real....bkm

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  16. Potent write! Beautiful language paints a canvass that is coloured with sadness,loss, beauty and a lyrical free verse flow. Beautiful when read aloud as well. A compelling write that makes this reader want to delve into the writer that is you :)

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  17. interesting that you included the swiss-american death scientist elisabeth kübler-ross - and yes i agree - grieving can be comforting...deep write

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  18. Your perspective on denial is interesting. "tattooing on the wall of a crumbling dream" is a great image. I haven't read Kubler-Ross so don't know if inventing the comfort of grief is from her writing or your thought, but makes one pause, and agree that in a certain way grief can be comforting.

    Thanks for visiting my place.

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  19. The comfort of grieving...great combination

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  20. Wow,that's all I can say. powerful.

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  21. I love it when writers say things in new ways such as your "hemoglobin sunset." The images this one phrase evokes are powerful and unique and wonderfully vivid.

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  22. "All that's left is the comfort of grieving"
    Great!

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  23. Wow. That was powerful! I loved this style of your writing. You always impress and never disappoint!

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