Posted on January 3, 2014 Updated on February 26, 2014
don’t you know
in a love like this
death is sweeter
art by Siddharth Chaturvedi : www.sidharthchaturvedi.com
This entry was posted in haiku, poetry and tagged art, death, haiku, love, oil, poem, poetry, separation, sweetness, union, waves.
very simple words, but they really touched my heart.
and hearing that touched mine! means a lot..thank you dear Andy! much love
In a truly genuine loving relationship, there are ups and downs, but the key is the fortitude and strength of the love shared. With death there is real separation, while we live, we can always reach out and touch each other. Nothing can ever replace what happens when the one whom you love, smiles your way and embraces you in their arms. No words have to be spoken verbally because in those moments actions always speak louder than worlds. You do write beautifully! May your weekend be very blessed!
what a beautiful and wise insight..loved it Wendell! thank you so much for sharing! yes indeed, some of the best conversations are the ones that flow in silence. thank you for being here..your presence and kind words are much appreciated!
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thank you my dear Rexie ❤️
Thank you for this. The words and and art point so powerfully to a Deep Love. Beautiful.
All good wishes,
thank you dear Robert..much appreciated 🙂 wishing the best to you and your loved ones, always!
Amazingly powerful! Loved this.
thank you Noora..you’re too kind ❤️
And she flows with elixir of life
Running down her streams
A mere drop gift you
Beautiful words, keep them coming 🙂
ahh beautiful! thank you for sharing your words and kind comment, abozdar..much appreciated! 🙂 wishing you much love and light!
You are amazing 🙂 thank for for being around 🙂
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