... seeing things a bit differently.
Rain, when turned into tears oh how sad... yet i love the deepness of your verseHi!:-)
aw - snooze and lose, I guess. pretty pictures
what a great take on these tulips- clever and thoughtful.
Just wonderful. Haven't we all felt that. Lucky flower gets quenched.
Ah yes! those Two-Lips don't want to open up do they?Nice piece.
A great piece of writing.
o man! pretty flowers un-thirsty yet one thirsting for more, what a juxtaposition, a tease really! :)happy rally!!http://lynnaima.wordpress.com/2011/12/14/discomfort/
my rain turns into tears, so sadhttp://zongrik.wordpress.com/2011/12/09/nano-informatics/
Beautiful yet sad at the same time.
The pictures really add to the poem ... awesome verse. Who doesn't relate to being closed off to the offer of help? To being afraid of being vulnerable? I know I do...
I love the double negative. The twice rejected. You stay with it. Smart and clever. You know I relish that kind of tension. You stay right in the pocket per se. We've both written a piece incorporating the "tear." I feel your pain man, I feel your pain.
Beautiful, Bubba. I like what you've done with the pictures. Great pictures, by the way.http://charleslmashburn.wordpress.com/2011/12/14/a-thousand-candles/
Awesome metaphor--you used tulips also--nice :)
nice take on tulips...thanks for sharing...
This is just beautiful. You owe me several pennies, by the way.
A gorgeous metaphor, I didn't realise the picture was a prompt before reading the comments. Your poem makes perfect sense now, and I really enjoyed it.http://halfwaybetweenthegutter.wordpress.com/2011/05/16/late-night-cafe/
oh! gosh! how well explained emotions in such simple words.. nice imagery as well..lovely...Thanks for share...
Such a sadness, tears becoming rain. Happy rally
Beautiful images and great take on them.
I like the metaphor of quenching thirst with a kiss. Nicely done.
Very thoughtful and poignant
I read deep regret in those lines, though you have not stated it...simplicity that is poignant!Rosie
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