Eternal Farewell (NaPoWriMo 4/30/2013)

Thank you to all of you who shared this April month of poetry with me. I have enjoyed every word you’ve written for my “poetry pleasure” and have appreciated your feedback and support. What an inspiring, encouraging group of people poets are. Life would not be life without you.

“Farewell” is not a far-off, foreign word
(in all languages feels so the same).
The future wrests my human heart.
There yearnings and gratitude
and impending partings of
my eternal destinies dwell.

There a last dear drop of
this “now” remains and
There, I . . . with the
wistfulness of time,
(a gift of “then”)
can recollect.

As ever life
still guards
this soul,


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