Friday, 31 May 2013


There's a hardening of the heart that happens when you love somebody you can't, shouldn't, or don't want to love.

When the love you feel doesn't exist anywhere but inside of you, so must be ignored and allowed to wash away.  

Your heart scars over and goes numb in places.

Walls surround it and a gate is put up.

The gate says 'no visitors'.

For a while.

Maybe a long while.

The walls protect the soft parts that are healing, they are not bad walls, but they will make you feel quite sad.

Behind those walls.  Alone.

With your love that is shrinking and twisting, and is not echoed anywhere.

Drying up like an old well.

One night, though, you'll see some moonlight filter through.

You will feel a softening, and an opening of the gate.

The walls will start to become thinner, as if rain is melting them slowly.  They will fade and the world will open out before you.

The view will have changed whilst you were in there, and it will be a good view.

A new vista onto a different world.

The scars will get so small you can hardly see them, and you will step out and love again, better and deeper, and wiser this time.


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    1. its a really lovely poem ,speaks from the heart. there is no link to facebook as i would of shared it on my page as i have a friend that adores poetry .

      1. Thanks Pippa! You can share it using the link


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