Sunday, 28 April 2013

Beads of Tears


Beads of tears
Escaped her eyes
Pain was in her heart
She didn’t know how to restart
She stared at the velvety sky above
An unknown fear started to grow
A soothing touch is all she wanted
But from whom; she felt abandoned
That was when heavens tore
And cried along to console
As the chill liquid touched
She smiled as if tickled
The liquid then kissed her
Embraced her
And drenched her
Beads of tears
Escaped her eyes
Happiness filled in her heart

As a part of One single Impression




18 comments:

  1. This is Superb. Nature can heal with all its heart if we take the cue.
    I loved this poem of yours.

    I have nominated you for liebster blog award. Please see my blog, thanx :)

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  2. This is beautiful I find nature very therapeutic and sometimes honestly I just need a good cry

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  3. Very calming. That is how prayers work!

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  4. Just beautiful.

    Welcome to Poetry Pantry.

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  5. So lovely! Tears can be so healing as can nature.

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  6. I enjoyed your well organized poem and how you captured so much than tears!

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  7. A poem about tears shaped like a teardrop just as it's starting to land. I like how it calls up the raindrops as teardrops of empathy poured out from the heavens to heal you. This is a great poem that will resonate with many people.

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  8. I loved this, really beautifully written and something romantically magical within it. It is just wonderful

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  9. I just love the imagery here, the surrender to nature and heaven, and finally breaking through her sadness. Beautifully written.

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  10. Lovely - mankind has the potential to harm - nature the potential to heal.

    Anna :o]

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  11. Beautiful - Blessings and comfort from above. I loved that.
    Dropping by from the Poetry Pantry

    Suzy at http://ilasoulpoems.blogspot.co.nz/

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  12. so much empathy from nature; the persona surrenders and almost melts in with the rain


    much love...

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  13. Thank you all for your comments... :)

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