Saturday, March 27, 2004

Quiet Place - A Poem

I am in my quiet place.
My soul can finally rest.
Undescribable tranquility.
Thoughts escape me. 
Yet touch me like a dream.
Remain listless.
Languish in my inertia. 
A sedation no drug can bring.
Guilt lies deep within. 
There is much to be done. 
I'll lie here a moment longer.
For tomorrow will surely come


freeepeace said...

Beautiful image. Beautiful words. I've read it half a dozen times. I get something new each time. Again, beautiful. xo

babyshark28 said...

ahhh, so lovely. I really do love poetry.
"Languish in my inertia" beautiful...very touching...
great image...just, really, superb. :)

deabvt said...

Geez, robbie...A perfect Post!!
Vince [thks]

queenz43 said...

Outstanding Robbie!

barebytes said...

Deep but nice. Enjoy it. Big hugs Lanny

bridgetteleigh75 said...

Both the poem and the graphic are unusually beautiful. Very nice, Robbie.

XO ~ Bridgett

p.s. Hope your car is behaving itself! Have you gotten it back yet?

slowmotionlife said...

Wow.. I don't know what I can say to add to these other comments. Beautiful, inspiring, touching... very REAL. I also feel guilty when there's much to be done. ::sigh:: Great poem, great image... good stuff. Thanks so much for sharing it. [Not a writer, huh?? ::smirk:: lol]

quroboros said...

Thought provoking, beautiful prose. This graphic is quite unusual. It looks like a drawing in sand with computer imaging overlay. Very nice. ¤Holly

karensull12 said...

This is beautiful!!! And the picture is stunning. It feels so peaceful...

txsguinan said...

This poem is lovely and the image is just...amazing! Nicely done... :)

jjfgiuffre said...

Sorry I haven't been able to visit your Journal but I have been pretty busy and as you know time goes by fast. You're been writting some nice and interesting items and Im glad Im able to come visit again. All is well with me and my son and and I'll be updating my Journal soon. I hope to return more often then I have.
Take care,
John G.

musenla said...

This is a short poem but I can feel your restlessness and the sense of guilt for taking the time to rest. But you're right tomorrow will come soon enough, let it take care of itself. Just wallow in the here and the now. =P

miarenee24 said...

Wow, Robbie...The image, the poem..leaves me speechless. Very calm, and intense at the same time. Beautiful.

krobbie67 said...

MIA: Thanks! Intense? Wow! Very interesting that it would evoke that emotion.

MUSE: Wallowing I was. Sometimes, ya just have to but there’s this deep sense of guilt that I should be doing all the other things I know need to be done. But for once, the sense of peace was so much stronger than the guilt.

TXSGUINAN: From some with your talents, that is quite the compliment. Thank you!

KAREN: When I read this, I was stunned. I felt like you really got what I was trying to express. I was feeling so very peaceful.

HOLLY: Without giving away my secrets, it’s definitely computer enhanced. ;-) I’ve had some fun lately messing around with pics on the computer and creating different things.

SLO: Thanks! Definitely not a writer in the professional sense. All for fun here. :-)

BRIDGETT: Car is doing well so far. :::knocking on wood::::

LANNY: Thanks! Hugs are always welcome around here. :-)

RC: You write so eloquently! So, coming from you that’s a great complement!

VINCE: Perfect??? ::::blushing::: :::kicking the ground::: Gee thanks man!
BABY: Thank you! Coming from you it’s a great compliment.

FREE: Thanks! I was in a creative mood. It doesn’t happen often. I just felt the need to express myself in a way that I couldn’t express normally.