Sunday, January 15, 2012

Silent language of grief....Magpie tales # 100


Weighed down
held under
I gasp
but there isn't any air
only bubbles rising
pretending
 life
ah, we begin in salt...
and now I taste it again
 tears
that drown me

http://magpietales.blogspot.com/

"Tears are the silent language of grief." Voltaire

Celebrating 100 Magpie Tales
thanks  Tess Kincaid
for your efforts

23 comments:

  1. mmm...sad...tears do accumulate and i have seen a few drown in them as well....

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  2. Drowning in salty tears... such a strong image you leave me with. Thanks.

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  3. Your heart-felt sadness pulls me in---shoulder here for shedding your tears on, arms to wrap around you and share your pain, and an apron to dry some of your tears with. Tightest of hugs, bushels of love, and Blessed Be

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  4. A sad and beautifully written piece.

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  5. Oh!
    That line will stay in me for a long time.

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  6. Hauntingly beautiful writing.
    From salt to salt...

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  7. truly, near drowning in grief, salt water from ones dismantled heart~~~
    you're an artist of words
    BlessYourHeart

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  8. oh wow....hard to read
    or look at,
    I so feel the power
    and sadness
    of your words.
    -Jennifer

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  9. Sad- spent most of yesterday sad for no reason I know of!

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  10. Yes, we are salty...beautiful write Suz...

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  11. drowning in tears-wonderful poem

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  12. Suz, beautifully written! Love how everyone has a different perspective on the photo! :)

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  13. Poignant and moving piece.

    =)

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  14. This is a beautiful capture of grief Sue...amazing writing!!

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  15. Tears of the heart
    Thank you for sharing.

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  16. Deep breaths and some quality time smelling the roses is my suggestion -- beautiful and heartfelt.

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  17. Suz,
    I see the sadness in the pic and feel it in your words.
    That's how it's suppose to work, right? ;)
    rel

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  18. BEautiful take on this Magpie. Love it!

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  19. Always just below the surface... no breath left... not being able to reach the air.
    I have dreamed this. Scary...

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  20. Hi Suz, only those who know true grief will understand your words. Bravo to you for not being afraid to reveal truth.

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  21. Hi Suz, only those who know true grief will understand your words. Bravo to you for not being afraid to reveal truth.

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