Monday, November 19, 2007

Winter Heart

Sensation in heart
So desirous, pain squeezes
A moment, freezing time.

Choking sensation
Releases emotional
Reply to spirit.

In the quiet of
A frozen moment, answers
Salute saying "act".

14 comments:

Lea said...

beautiful... this beat of the Winter heart...

Bimbimbie said...

Salute dear Annie .....remember the lines from the Annie song Smiles*!*

Gillian @ Indigo Blue said...

Happy Birthday for yesterday Annie!
Sorry I am late...just got to the Croning blog today.
Is this your main blog? Which one should I visit?
xo
Gillian

Carmen said...

Birthday???
I have to find out..
Now back to this poem, it is my poem right at this minute.
Love it!!!

hazzbuzz said...

Happy Birthday from me too,
Great poem, love the dynamic ending, takes time to sink in like all good poems.

I really enjoyed the "how slowly would I like to live my life" one too, I'm right with you there.

Kathryn Knoll said...

Thank you for you lovely comments at the Hearthtalks blog. Bet you won't even have to wait until you are in Oregon to find heartshaped rocks. They are every where...you just have to be looking for them and in no time they will appear. I promise. Believe!

Thinking aloud said...

looks like i missed a b'day..still never too late to send heartfelt wishes to you...:)

lovely poetry...how i do wish i had this ability to weave magic thru my words, poetically ..:)

Naturegirl said...

((((HAPPY BIRTHDAY))))) sweet friend!! hugs and lost of good wishes
aNNa xo

Stephanie said...

Lovely poem.....have a Happy Thanksgiving Annie!

Rositta said...

Thanks for visiting me, Happy Birthday and Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family...ciao

judie said...

The poem is wonderful. I especially like the one a couple of posts back about the slow-moving train. Did you write that also? Happy belated birthday!!

Julie Marie said...

Hello, my dear friend,

I would like to wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving. I am so happy and thankful to have you as a new friend in my life.

Julie

Mary Timme said...

I'm reading this on Thanksgiving Day, as one of the things I'm thankful for is being able to read your poetry. Blessings, Annieelf, herself!

Madeleine said...

I enjoyed all three of your haiku. Thanks!
Mad Kane