leaving you

this should be routine by now.
the sorrow, the shame, the betrayal,
but somehow this time hurts more than ever before.
i dont know why. what will tomorrow bring?
i had burned all my bridges and
headed out towards a distant glimmering dream.
now as it shimmers and teases, and fades further
with each step i take,
and as my breath slowly ebbs,
and as i think of the time
i have remaining, and how ambitious my dreams,
i wonder where i'll end up in end.
what waits around the next bend?

16 comments:

  1. keep those dreams alive girl and don't worry about what is round the corner.

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  2. the girl of a thousand blogs....

    hard to keep up with, shall have a read of this tomorrow :)

    need sleep now....getting old am i

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  3. don't worry too much about what's around the corner just enjoy getting to the corner

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  4. Somehow over the years i've learned to live for the present and not bother about whats-round-the-bend! And its given me a new perspective...

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  5. in the end there is always death, so why do we humans keep on chasing our dreams?

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  6. Wish I could have said that everything will work out.

    Whatever you do, don't let those dreams die. For when dreams die, everything dies.

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    http://mtsu32.mtsu.edu:11263/_disc2/00000193.htm#cialis

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  8. Touching... Everything seems distant in your post except the sorrow that you keep so near your heart...

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  9. Dream hard and they will come true - visualize your dream every day in the morning

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  10. likewise gabby , haunting n beautiful

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  11. dont worry. everythings' gonna be alright

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  12. Echo gratisgab's comment: but want to add that you don't need to worry about what is coming up all the time --- hoga so dekha jayega!! :)

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  13. hello...there's a quiet, deep sadness in your verses. i particularly like the first line of the last post: "I saved up..." i've always been one to be captured particularly by first line, everything else after that can only magnify the emotion and meaning. i just started a poetry blog and aptly enough, coming across yours was an inspiration.

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