Heartache Beats In Rhythm Of Blue

Heartache Beats In Rhythm Of Blue

A Poem by imagination101
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A lady mourns her husbands death.

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Whimsical dreams of him mesmerize her sleep
A love that glows in the shades of passion
Contentment plays upon her spine
Words never said entangle with the midnight breeze
Rain showers down and nourish the pain
Heartache beats in rhythm of blue

Finger tips touch the depth of grief bestowed upon her heart
Visions of him dance in hour glass of memories
Wedding bells and vows whisper goodbye,while the ring on her finger echos forever
Heartache beats in rhythm of blue
Lingering fragments of him kiss her succulent lips good morning
Anger encircles her day as he fades away
Body language signs loneliness
Each breath she takes freezes a moment in time
Heartache beats in rhythm of blue

Days are miles of darkness, not to dream of him
A broken heart, cupid can no longer mend
Hugs and kisses, hang bloody on the end of his arrow
Her soul mate is now a heartache that beats rhythms of blue

© 2014 imagination101


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I could really picture the details of this poem with ease. I could feel the warmth of the bodies and also the coldness of being alone. The emotions you inspire leave the reader feeling like they have stepped into another world.

Posted 6 Years Ago


imagination101

6 Years Ago

Thank you for the wonderful review!
Very emotional, full of heartache and pain.
You did a wonderful job on catching how sad and broken hearted she is.

Posted 6 Years Ago


imagination101

6 Years Ago

Thank you!
Tina Kline

6 Years Ago

You're welcome.
such a sadness in this piece..your last line says it all! beautiful written..

Posted 6 Years Ago


imagination101

6 Years Ago

Thank you very much for the review!
I think that either you have experianced great emotional loss and suffred through it alone, or you have helped another through same said loss. Either way their abides in this piece a darkness that only a few share. It takes one to know one and I know I feel it here. even if the piece as a whole isn't written that dark, it is there. Very well done.

Posted 6 Years Ago


imagination101

6 Years Ago

Thanks for the review!!
realmwriter

6 Years Ago

You're most welcome.
I think this is an amazing poem filled with soft and gentle words! The presentation is solid and the imagery is very well received by the reader! I'm glad I stopped by to read!

Posted 6 Years Ago


imagination101

6 Years Ago

Thank you so much!
A well written poem with a sad story. Loss of a love's one leave empty places we can't fill.
"Her soul mate is now a heartache that beats rhythms of blue"
The above line describe the feel of a heartache. No weakness in the amazing poetry.
Coyote



Posted 6 Years Ago


imagination101

6 Years Ago

Thanks Coyote, for your kind review!
Love your style of writing brilliant and elegant. Thanks for sharing

Posted 6 Years Ago


imagination101

6 Years Ago

Thanks for reviewing!
A. Amos

6 Years Ago

You're most welcome
What a beautiful ache... Such an overwhelming sadness here.. like the sun fading into black... or yes.. the color of a blue world... all that was drifting away.. powerful and profound..

Posted 6 Years Ago


imagination101

6 Years Ago

Thank you Craig, for the review!
Awesome write! I enjoyed it, and really hope others will read! Bravo!
100/100

Posted 6 Years Ago



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Added on February 18, 2014
Last Updated on February 28, 2014
Tags: Heartache, Blue, Death, Grief

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