I will face at the forbidden: Poetic Letter

Dear readers,

Here is an extract of a new poetic letter:

Woman in waiting

I will face at the forbidden

In a little while

Shall fall the starry night

But for the time

Look the sun shine

 

These are our final moments,

 

In my arms at holding me stronger

All my being, I will loving you so much

Think at our delicious hideouts

And at our wonderful nights

 

Now I must leave you bitterly,

 

Even separated, even gagged

 I will fight for my freedom (…)

The poetic letter is on the site of poetry: The free thoughts

Greetings.



Categories: 1.Writing, 3. Poetic letters, 5. Literature

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11 replies

  1. beautiful and bittersweet poem , Joelle! When I was reading the poem the second time, I thought the 4 bold italic lines form a poem by itself!
    groetjes, Francina

  2. Always enjoy reading over your thoughts. JC

  3. Hi Joelle 🙂 Many thanks for the follow and the inspiration.

  4. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    THE WILL TO LIVE…IS INTENSE EVEN IN BITTERNESS…AND OF HOPE?

  5. Strong emotion here…and the strong will to live afterward, even tho’ bitterly. Good, heart-felt verse! 🙂

  6. LL=large like… 🙂 bonne continuation! Mélanie

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