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Wounds

By JennyT, published on Nov 8, 2013

rusted barb wire breaks

the softness of the sun obeying the winds anger versus calm two forces ~ never meeting

one holds strong, unnerved the other soft, compliant what does it remind you of the subdued against the harsh that will not falter

not breaking or succumbing to the elements ~ merely shifting side to side as it pleases unyielding in its path

heat that cannot melt the barbs both resilient ~ yet different chrome hues ~ coarse greys depending on the view

©jmtacken 31st Oct 2103

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Tags: family, relationships, life, arguments

A Simple Pleasure

By Frank - icare2be, published on Sep 22, 2011

A simple pleasure.A piece of joy stolen from a disaster,Boldly taken yesterday and today.

A simple pleasure.A bit of sum on a cloudy day.Open up to the feel inside and outside.

A simple pleasure.A hug in the middle of an argument.Grasp it tightly, hold it firmly.

A simple pleasure.A rare jewel among the rocks and boulders.Of being loved and loving.

Originally written: February 19, 1997

I was reveling in taking simple pleasure from a hug in the middle of an argument, a smile during that crisis, and realizing how rare it was. I remembered how it deflated the... (more)

Tags: poem, poetry, love, healing, prose, relationship, arguments, partnership

Sticks And Stones

By Deborah Horton, published on Jan 17, 2011

...issued, but it becomes a permanent thread in the fabric. It becomes a permanent place in the other person's heart. Yes, it is possible to continue a relationship after such words are spoken, but deep down it's never the same as it was before the words. If the words continue to come out, in arguments, in misunderstandings, then they build up to the point where they become too much fact and it opens the gates for a breakdown or a break up.

The old phrase sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me, is just not true. No they can't leave broken bones. They... (more)

Tags: marriage, relationships, dating, arguments, words that hurt

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