Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Cry The Sorrows - Poetry Wednesday

Cry the Sorrows
Cry the Sorrows

Weep for me
Mournful cliffs
Let the wind
Sing of sorrows
And on this day
Filled with loss
Of promise gone.

Cry the sorrows
Of loves and lives lost
An those that have moved on
Beyond the canyon walls
Sing of the memories
Etched in the cliffs
The sorrows of ages past.

Let the cliffs weep
For all they have seen pass
Cry the sorrows
Faces of stone
For all that has been
Cast off
Weep tears for love gone.

J. Binford-Bell October 2010

16 comments:

  1. I'm appreciate your writing skill.Please keep on working hard.^^

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  2. So glad you joined. I did add my name when Willow first started Magpie Tales but this week is actually the first time I participated.

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  3. This has such a lovely Psalm-like quality. Nice.

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  4. a beautiful write...love your blend of art and verse...teh cliffs in the one are phenomenal...great stuff...

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  5. I am amazed by the writing and the art. Beautiful!

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  6. Hello Everyone traa laa laa
    I bought Crying Of The Sorrows
    Aren't I special? teehee
    Saw the frames you've been doing from my RSS feed.
    I'm so excited lol
    Ava

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  7. Yes, Ava, you are special. Will be shipping your painting with frame today

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  8. I was looking at Crying Of The Sorrows again and I know this is going to sound weird but
    I don't see the birds...did you hide them in there?
    I'm going to try to copy your high resolution one from facebook so I can brag on my youtube channel.
    I know you are busy so ...gone to get that pic.
    No hurry. I stacked firewood & bagged weeds from the lawnmower yesterday...I can barely move YIKES
    Jacqui you are just way too cool for words.
    xoxo
    Ava

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  9. Day scenes have birds. And the night scenes have spiraled stars, Ava.

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  10. Love this - and the artwork is superb.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  11. How are you, friend?

    Glad to land on your exciting poetry land here.

    Welcome linking in a poem to our potluck today, Thanks in advance!

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