I never felt
And in longing
I will be right
where you left me
In the shadow of
word I write
Up and until then
I will love you
in the silence
of my heart
In every breath
Until then I will wait, with love, with admiration, and with a smile.
In response to the challenge “What do you see” by Sadjie
I read somewhere that if you leave someone at least tell them why, because what’s more painful than being abandoned; is knowing your not worth an explanation.
Whatever the situation of leaving maybe a little word of why will do great things to somebody behind. Ever wonder why “last will and testament” became very popular? Well, maybe its another way of preparing for and in time of them leaving unannounced. “Living will” is also becoming popular too especially for those with existing chronic disease. These are a list of things they want, should they become so ill that they are not capable of deciding for themselves.
Most often than not separation causes anxiety, heartaches, and pain; but if there is only one consolation the involved parties would have, it is the fact that they know why. So it is important to explain and make them understand.
Young people get themselves in a relationship and just leave without saying a word in the event they feel the need to getaway. Is this good? Maybe yes, maybe not. But this may not be a good sign of growing up and of becoming an adult. It will become a habit. A habit these young kids will bring as they become adults: leaving unannounced, unnoticed.
As far as we all are concern, every person we meet, every circumstance we experience will leave a lasting impression in our hearts and minds, a memory we will always cherish and remember. So at least leave the best memory behind and create a wonderful legacy, so that when you are gone, you will be remembered as one the best things.
You will be remembered with a SMILE😊😊😊 and with love ❤❤❤ and admiration.
One word becomes one great statement and one great statement becomes someone else’s beautiful memory of you.
Believe in the power of words.