Sunday, May 28, 2006


Morning shadows
replaced by a shadow on my

Silent heart.
Silent Mind.

Hands touching.
Eyes avoiding.

Tears have no place
in this search for solutions,
for answers.

Late evening shadows
replace the shadow on my


paris parfait said...

Annie, what a beautiful and touching poem. I can see it's written from the heart, a heart that's filled with pain. Thinking of you and wishing you peace and perspective during this challenging period.

Left-handed Trees... said... so few words, you have painted a thousand pictures.

Left-handed Trees... said... so few words, you have painted a thousand pictures.

Kim G. said...

I'll be praying that your shaddows are replaced by the one true Light of God's perfect and healing love.

Bless you!

Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

may the light filter in and ease your darkness.

Colorsonmymind said...

I am sorry your heart is so full of pain-
I am grateful you are turning to God for his love and support.

Hope everything is ok.

the Caitlinator said...

That photo is perfect for this poem. Beautiful. Sad. Lonely. Quiet. Thoughtful.

Jennifer said...

I don't know what's going on for you right now but know that I'm thinking of you...

Your poetry is so real and so wonderful - sad and full of longing.

Cate said...

Your shadows seems heavy to me. Please take care of yourself. xo

Beth said...

Hi Annie,

Love your poem. I am trying to figure out how to do my blog. I can't figure out how you link to the places you like to visit. The rest I am doing ok on. I will keep playing with it.
Your bird card was cool too. To kill a mockingbird is one of my favorite books and movie. Guess cause I grew up in the south and could relate to it.
Well let me know what you think about my blog,,