Saturday, January 16, 2010

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Devika said...

Yes, if we can't unite in happiness, GOD will do that with tears, i guess...BUT then, still it never happens,

incidentally i too wrote about tears -- loss of that gift!


Brian Miller said...

it hard to watch people in pain...
from a distance.

Michael Rawluk said...

They do look like tears. The Earth spends too much time crying.

Kathy said...

It has been a sad week with tears shed near and far. Happiness will return on its own schedule. We just have to look for the signs.

Magyar said...

tears streak
across these crumbled cheeks
the lost

Ah, such a miserable mindset in which I linger... time to shed the cloak. _m

tears spring
from this laughing face
joyful wind

Standley said...

Des larmes qui se transforment en rocs permettront peut-être au Monde d'arrêter de se lamenter!

Lorraine said...

Thanks a lot Dev, open the comments and I'll visit ;)

Yes it is Brian, and I know you do it up close and personal

Exactly Michael and so beautifully put, these are Apache tears ;)

I like that, a lot, Kathy :)

You romance tears _m, how special is that!

Richard, on se lamente pour rien et on se lamente pour tout, c'est pas facile d'etre humain :)

namaki said...

superbes ... j'aime beaucoup les pierres ... certaines sont chaudes, d'autres moins .

Devika said...

NO opening comments dear...I'll reach out to unite...I always do :)


Lorraine said...

Merci Namaki et c'est vrai il y en a une telle variete ;)

Silly Dev, so many beautiful poems we don't get to see...