Far..far away?

Far..far away?

A Poem by H.E.

Can you imagine
my taste..my smell?
just by standing there?

Watching me..
can you see through me?
can you read me?
can you also feel my fears,
my love, and my passion?

So can you imagine the real me?
Can you even imagine me..my taste and smell?

© 2013 H.E.


Author's Note

H.E.
One of my very first poems and no one ever saw what I write. Will appreciate a lot the reviews and advices.

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This reminded me of when I was living alone and I became depressed. All I wanted was for someone to know me better, but I created the distance that prevented that from happening. Now I have someone in my life that can answer yes to all those questions. Of course, someone could interpret this the opposite way, I suppose.

Since you provoked an immediate response in me, I have to say this is a good poem. I like the repetition of the last question with the added emphasis. To me it makes it seem like you are pleading for someone to say yes, they know the real you, or at least want to know the real you.

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

H.E.

10 Years Ago

You are the first one who ever commented on anything that I wrote and u have no idea how grateful I .. read more
Bradley

10 Years Ago

You're welcome! I remember the first time someone reviewed one of my poems. It really does mean a lo.. read more



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Very nice...a simple thought expressed well.

Scott

Posted 10 Years Ago


H.E.

10 Years Ago

Thank you!
This is great, its so real. no one can ever imagine or really know you more than yourself.

Posted 10 Years Ago


H.E.

10 Years Ago

Thank you so much for commenting :)
This reminded me of when I was living alone and I became depressed. All I wanted was for someone to know me better, but I created the distance that prevented that from happening. Now I have someone in my life that can answer yes to all those questions. Of course, someone could interpret this the opposite way, I suppose.

Since you provoked an immediate response in me, I have to say this is a good poem. I like the repetition of the last question with the added emphasis. To me it makes it seem like you are pleading for someone to say yes, they know the real you, or at least want to know the real you.

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

H.E.

10 Years Ago

You are the first one who ever commented on anything that I wrote and u have no idea how grateful I .. read more
Bradley

10 Years Ago

You're welcome! I remember the first time someone reviewed one of my poems. It really does mean a lo.. read more

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H.E.
H.E.

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