Laurie Pace art

when you sung to me
you made me believe
you were with me

you made the promise
to ease my mind
wash all the pain

and here i am
alone in bed
but you on my mind

come after me
meet me in dreams
ease my pain
and make me believe!

– – –
Written while listening “Bridge Over Troubled Water” by Simon and Garfunkel.

  1. Ermilia said:

    Oh that’s such a good song, I’m not surprised it inspired such beautiful poetry. I also like the incorporation of art. We do something similar on our blog every week and would like to invite you to join.


    • Nanda said:

      Thank you, Elia!
      I know you’re blog already and even made some contributions over there! It’s awesome…

      • Ermilia said:

        Oh neat! Thanks for contributing. I can’t keep up with the Picture it & Write crowd as well as Ermisenda. I hope you continue to come back.

      • Nanda said:

        That’s ok… hope to be more there too! 😉

  2. Hi Nanda,

    This is very beautiful and inspired by a classic song! Thanks so much for visiting my blog and “liking” my poem “Note to Sis.” I hope you’ll visit again. I’m subscribing to your blog and facebook. I also have a facebook page, if you’re interested. Looking forward to reading more of your work!

    • Nanda said:

      Hey, Lauren!
      You’re always welcome! I love my sis, and your poem reminded me of – cause we’re very far away from each other right now.
      Of course I’ll check your blog from now on…

      • Hi Nanda, again!

        I’m glad my poem reminded me of your sis, too! I don’t live close to my sisters, either, which is what I miss (lunch, coffee, etc.). Anyway, thanks again, and keep writing! 🙂

      • Nanda said:

        thank you!

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