Can poetry transcend time and distance in our minds, through quantum mechanics of thoughts and feelings?
Going back over pages and pages of verse,
Having left behind shackles for better or worse,
Holding my own, with some measure of success,
There is something missing from life I confess:
That which was once the only tendril of hope
That I sheltered in daily so that I could cope.
Here in this electronic network of friends
At Yahoo Answers.
Our connection transcends
What words can convey. The best would be love.
It cradles beneath and soothes from above.
I found this extraordinary group a decade ago,
And I miss each and every one of you so;
Alas, my time is taken by work and the cost
To my spirit is great- a capitol loss.
Right now I could be out taking care of the mundane,
Suppressing the nostalgia, swallowing the pain-
Instead I reach out with a "Remember when"
If you know me leave a line or two to tell me how you've Ben;
And if we are strangers, tell me something about you!
Because people are priceless gifts. I send my love to all of you!
*feels some sort of something*
MISS YOU GUYS!
- red2queenLv 55 months ago
Scattered deep amongst strangers
In this forum of
quandaries and prose
We see and feel you too I suppose
Though we've not met
we're all here in kind
To snuff out the mundane
and stretch our minds
In realities and fantasies
to complex to define
- 5 months ago
Call me crazy... I'm sure some do, but I'm putting my answer out there as a yes, whether the question is phrased perfectly or not. So much of what you have said was my experience as well, even though I became skeptical, even afraid, after a while. Close connections outside of this physical realm can leave one feeling vulnerable, to say the least. Thing is, it's hard to walk away, whether you've the feeling of being shackled or not, and the only way you can really know this, in my opinion, is if you have been there. And that feeling of there being a piece missing, whatever the size? At least for me, it was real. And heartbreaking. But life must go on, right? It is, unfortunately, just how the cookie crumbles.
For better or worse, I found you...
for better or worse, you helped me through
for better or worse, words were the way
for better or worse, I threw them away
I am glad you are well, Lovechild. Yes, I remember you, and, as always, wish you the best ♥ (giveitmybest)
- Les Than SpamLv 55 months ago
or something like that
- 5 months ago
how can their be a answer to this when all minds and emotions are separate and non exchangeable. no TWO people and emotions and thinking can be the same . that in poetry and life
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- NancyLv 65 months ago
Yes, but not through "quantum mechanics of thoughts and feelings."