because I and you
melt & diffuse
into an us
of limitless joy;
your you & my I
all other possible we(s).
very nice susan…you are a natural ‘melder’! it’s quite sweet…:)
thanks! I think they do go well together–going to let it sit there for a while, and see if I still feel that way in a week or so 🙂
Lets hope you do. It’s quite lovely.
awww, shucks, thanks 🙂 (note: the poet is awkward with praise…)
It’s almost like I got the first fragment last week, and the rest of it today….
Love the flow of it all, and it slows me down to catch all the nuance. Along with it, you’ve put the Beatles I Me My in my head as I close in on bedtime. 😉
Tthat’s a great song to fall asleep to! Glad you liked it.
had to post a link to that song on my Facebook page–I have not heard that in FOREVER.
It works. Not a bad project to consider either. Do something this week that you add to next week…either to continue the theme or by adding something…completely change the tone. Could be fun and keep you moving ever forward.
As to the praise comment…you know, that’s not unusual for ‘artists’. You are your own worst critics, never think you are as good as you are, and tend not to believe the good others say.
B E L I E V E I T! !
Thank you Rhonda–you are so kind, as always….
Nice! last line still has me thinking and scratching “me” head! – all other possible Wes! Diverse possibilities for multiple expressions of We and for “we-ing”? Chemistry meets physics!
yes–a bit difficult to play with we/us for some reason–already bending & bouncing the English a bit. Good early morning to you!
I think it works quite well
Thanks, Ian 🙂
Your writing is great! I wish I had more time to look at more of it right now – oh well, I can always look later. I like its concise sliciness if that makes sense!
thanks so much…
This is a psalm and a song~ absolutely beautiful Susan. THANK you ~Deborah
Thank you Deb–glad you liked it!
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