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"A Valediction Forbidding Mourning" 1970/1971 Adrienne Rich

“A last attempt: the language is a dialect called metaphor./ These images go unglossed: hair/ glacier/ flashlight.”

“TO do something very common, in my own way.” 6 more words

American

The Tears of Parting

You said goodbye
The final cut
When will I see your face again?
The train awaits
The boat tugs at her moorings
The plane taxies away… 68 more words

Poetry

Separate ways ...

I saw you entangled, trapped;

Searching and waiting for someone to rescue you.

I was lonely, trampled, and lost.

Our eyes met, hearts beating to the same rhythm; 101 more words

Poems

What are we but skew?

There is a green dot beside
your name; I have not forgotten
the years before, when you were
still at the top my chatbox, and… 130 more words

Poetry

Goodbye, For Now

I hate goodbyes.

This will be our “final” goodbye as a courting couple. God willing, we will be married early next year.

Moments before he walked into the departure gate, we held each other and I cried. 72 more words

Thoughts And Feelings

Tonight I Can Write

by Pablo Neruda
Tonight I can write the saddest lines.

Write, for example, ‘The night is starry and the stars are blue and shiver in the distance.’ 299 more words

Poem

Cruelest Reality

If there is one thing in life that I’ll never get used to, it is saying goodbye. I don’t understand, and probably never will, how life makes us meet people, amazing people, only to take them back from you. 234 more words

Personal Life