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Thursday, May 13, 2010

vessel

One day i walked

Along the alley of love

and thought

of centuries past

and loves that lost

a glimmer of light

touched me in the nape

caught me in a tune

of sweet embrace

Have i lost thee?

I guess not

for you are here

i have stored thee here

in my vessel of

sweet gone years...




8 comments:

  1. oh Zen, your choice of image is so perfect for your poem, indeed memories of our past are stored in the vessel of our sweet gone years, I too had to take out some of those memories stored in the vessel sometimes to heal me from present cries and woes.

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  2. PS....hahahha, Zen, that was me, Betchai....

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  3. Lovely poem and nice monochrome image.

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  4. one of my fondest wishes is that someday - and hopefully not long from now! - we salitype sisters can sit down together in a beautiful, peaceful place similar to zen's rustic countryside home and share the "contents of our vessels" with each other ... and laugh and cry and feel our spirits draw closer to one another as we recall certain highlights of our yesteryears:) another lovely poem that moved me deeply, power ranger pal!! and the image of that earthen pot fit your words so very well. thank you, zen.

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  5. Zen such a touching poem... a vessel full of the memories in the past, happy or sad it stays in our hearts...

    *kulasa! kala ko may lalabas dyan na "halimaw sa banga"! nyek! hehe ;) love you kulasa!

    *mwahhugpit"!
    kangcarrot :)

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  6. That's a very wonderful poem! Love the ending.

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  7. Wow.. love the photo and the words that go with it. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Zen, very touching poem and I love the image that you used !

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