Monday, 7 March 2011

Sunday Scribblings "Raw"

Hope all are well out there. I am.


A slash, a cut
another open wound
to the heart
opening up,
suppurating into the memory
of past raw wounds
and down into the abyss we fall.
For a while.

Oooh tha's a bit scary isn't it?
We all have been down there at some time or other haven't we. What matters is that we pick ourselves up and get on with it again. That dark abyss is a terrible place to stay.We do what we have to. How do you go about picking yourself up again. Please share.
Short entry this week.

Love Linda.


Winterwood said...

Linda what a coincidence... my cuz in USA has just been to an art exhibition and send me the video of it... it is brilliant on this very topic

I must post it on my blog its just so good and so true.

Winterwood said...

sorry must, add the video that I'm talking about is of the artthat shows all states of emotions in the heart... thats been broken the scars and how we heal...

Catherine Denton said...

The abyss is scary. But I suppose we have to go there at times to get to where we want to go.
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JTS said...

A very powerful poem.. I liked it very much! So true, it is human nature to try to survive. No matter how many times we find ourselves lost in darkness, we will eventually find the desire and the courage to crawl our way out. How do we do it? Sometimes simply by putting one foot in front of the other and moving forward thru the hours and each day as if by remote. Eventually moving forward becomes easier and our direction more clear. Hope... belief in a brighter future... is essential to picking up the pieces and reassembling our lives.

oldegg said...

Sadly that "For a while" last line can be endless. This is a really moving piece.

jaerose said...

A strong poem Linda - you shouldn't doubt was powerful..and it fit in with the comment you kindly left on my post..Jae

Madeleine Begun Kane said...

Very good take on raw.

Jingle Poetry said...

amazing poem.

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