Sunday, 9 November 2014

She Searched

Where did his memories go?
Those memories that gave her tears
Those which hurt her
May be her heart was too hurt to think about him more
May be the time to move on had come
That little voice that gave hope remained silent
Astonishingly, that silence didn’t scare her
Instead it amazed her
And she felt happy!
She felt free…
Free from the shackles of past!

34 comments:

  1. Free at last. Free at last. Free at last. Don't worry xx xxxx.

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  2. They say the head should rule the heart.

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    1. And, is it so easy as said, I wonder...
      If that happens, everything would look so robotic!

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  3. to come out of toxic memories is the key! nice poem :)

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  4. Let the past be bygone and its good that she is moving on.

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  5. Yes.. that day will finally come.. those shackles of past should be unforged.

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  6. Past indeed is a cruel master... but at the end of the struggle to escape its clutches, we encounter freedom and joy such as we've never known. A lovely and hopeful poem.

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  7. Sometimes it is good to free oneself from those bad memories. If you look at my poem today, you will see that I had a similar theme.

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    1. Ah! Thats nice to know..
      Cheers then :)

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  8. Once one turns away from the past, she can start looking forward - where wonderful things are waiting for her.

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  9. there is indeed magic in 'let go' sometimes & healing...nice thoughts Satya...

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  10. Sounds like the perfect path into tomorrow :-)
    ZQ

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  11. It's important to recognize the time to move, to let go the past....

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  12. Moving on is freedom, though it can take a while in some cases.

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  13. i find it uplifting how she is able to finally free herself. great writing!

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  14. oh i'm glad she found the strength to move on... how freeing indeed after a long time of sorrow

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  15. I like that freedom in the end ~ Good for her to move on ~

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  16. Very well-done! The feelings of relief and freedom are really palpable in your poem.

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