Words Fail: Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow

The pop up calendar reminds me

Going South this week.

A mocking reminder

of what was

Supposed to Be.

Suitcases packed

Mail put on hold

Neighbors alerted to have

a watchful eye.

Friends bid adieu around

a final flavorful meal.

And then

The Words.

Words fail.

Words hurt.

Words remind.

Words start wars.

Words Destroy.

But …..  Libra004

Words give hope.

Words uplift.

Words empower.

Words transform.

And a Single Word

From on High

Can

Move Mountains.

Words fail me

The expression goes.

Speechless. Muted. Silenced.

Nothing left to say.

The curtain closes.

The sun completes its descent.

Words fail.

But

My Heart Smiles.

 

 

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7 thoughts on “Words Fail: Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow”

  1. “The power of words! Then I smiled.” You’re right Lin, sometimes we forget how powerful…they could change the world. You actually inspired me to write something this morning. Maybe could you give me some feedback?

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  2. Those are beautiful words. This piece is truly heartfelt, warm, closing and opening doors at the same time. But, it’s the balance of a libra…

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  3. Yes parting is such sweet sorrow but it reminds us of where we are & where we are going. I enjoy reading your blog it leaves me thinking about my life all the highes & lows. Life is full of possibilities & opportunities.

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