Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Mag 152 — two

It is simple,
really. Who
they were then
they will ever be:
two grasping
friendship's
gifts;
two giving
without
expectations;
two living
connected
together
and apart;
two loving
in love
with grasping
and giving
and living
and loving.



Written for The Mag: Mag 152 that inspired with the above photo prompt (image: stock photo).

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20 comments:

Berowne said...

Beautiful - a closeness that stays true thru the years.

jane.healy said...

Should have been the Valentine photo really don't you think?

Lovely words.

Fireblossom said...

I would comment, but I'm too shy.

How are the new kitties?

Kelvin S.M. said...

...like a prayer...that needs to be chanted with sincerety... beautiful...smiles...

izzy said...

And flexing! :) thanks-

Helen said...

Lovely poetry from lovely Lydia ...

rosaria williams said...

And yes, the innocence of no expectations!

Rob-bear said...

Yes!

Kathe W. said...

no conditions no expectations= two fully loving each other
Lydia this is so lovely.

Karen S. said...

I'm trusting they will forever remember this day!

Wander said...

Good!

Lydia said...

Berowne~ Thank you so much.

jane~ You're right, it would have made a beautiful Valentine mag. Bet Tess will work to top this image!

Fireblossom~ Um. One is named Shylo because he is so shy! (No kidding!) He and his brother, Bear (who is totally bonded to my husband and that is why we are keeping them) are an adorable pair.

Kelvin~ What a lovely comment; thank you.

izzy~ I am flexing my imagination to wonder what you had in mind. :)

Helen~ You are so sweet; thanks.

rosaria~ Living that way is like a Zen practice in adulthood, most definitely.

Rob-bear~ Indeed!

Kathe~ I just love that you felt this. Much appreciated.

Karen~ We can probably count on it. :)

Wander~ Thanks!

Kutamun said...

I really enjoyed this dance of the eternal opposites , thanks Lydia

Lydia said...

Kutamun~ Thanks so much, K!

Tess Kincaid said...

Grasping giving living loving...yes yes yes and yes...

Sienna said...

I love the immediacy and intimacy of your poem.

susan said...

Very nicely spoken.

Lydia said...

Tess~ Thanks X 4!

Sienna~ Such a kind comment; thank you.

susan~ Thank you.

Carrie Burtt said...

You have this one nailed Lydia!! "two living connected together and apart"....beautiful and true! :-)

Lydia said...

Carrie~ Many thanks! I so appreciated your comment.

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