Picture it & write

the forest looks haunted
as we prepare ourselves
to live apart.

but don’t you worry
we’re entwined
as grass and sunlight.

you’re my sunshine
and will always have
half of my heart.

– – –
To Louise.

  1. Mira Jay said:

    wow…& distances never count..

  2. nelle said:

    So nice. Carry the memories in a special place in your heart.

  3. Ermilia said:

    It ends on a bittersweet note. Why only half their heart? I have personal experience with distance, it isn’t fun. Great poem, exquisite. Thanks for contributing this week, Nanda!

    – Ermisenda

    • Nanda said:

      That’s funny… i didn’t think like that when I wrote…

      • Ermilia said:

        Well, I suppose that’s the beauty of poetry. Everyone has their own special interpretation, right? 😛

        – Ermisenda

      • Nanda said:

        Yes! 🙂

  4. I know… me and my memory, right? …but one of my favorite poems of yours (in Portuguese) already fit this kinda…

    I love this though, knowing how much Louise means and the way you mixed the sunshine with no need to worry.

    • Nanda said:

      Hahaha, your memory! ❤
      I think they look alike in a way, yeah. xxx

  5. A wonderful poetry. Congratulation Orofiorentino from Italy

    • Nanda said:

      Thank you for stopping by! 🙂

  6. WordsFallFromMyEyes said:

    Utterly beautiful. To imagine someone will always have half of your heart – it’s such a gift. Very concise, speaking volumes. You’re amazing, how you express.

    • Nanda said:

      Thank you! You got the essence of what I meant! 🙂

  7. Says so much in so few words. I love this!

    • Nanda said:

      I like to be simple and quick to read – but still deep and make my readers feel/think! 😉

  8. parissa said:

    Nanda, this was so sweet. It really touches ones heart. Brilliant! 🙂

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