Letting Go – Take 2

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And here comes a new one poem for participating at Neha’s Calling all Creative Minds/Poets/Artists to a Poetic Collaboration – “Letting Go”

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Letting Go

 

What happened once is long ago

Regrets and guilt won’t change it though

 

And all the wounds, well, quite a lot

From all the bullets others shot

 

I think it’s time to let them heal

And stop to make it a big deal

 

Too long I kept the past alive

And cut myself with its sharp knife

 

Too long I carried it along

And kept myself from moving on

 

I look above and see the sky

Was it ever so blue and high?

 

There’s so much room to just be me

I’m letting go and flying free

 

Photo Credits: anetteinselberg.com

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Letting Go – My Take

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Yesterday I shared Neha’s new collaboration invitation:
Calling all Creative Minds/Poets/Artists to a Poetic Collaboration – “Letting Go”

When I saw the topic I thought immediately of an older post in which I shared a poem about Letting Go. Letting Go is not only releasing something that weighed heavily and kept you from living. The process itself is a progress in your own development and growth. It means you have already grown bigger than the suffocating cocoon. That’s why you are ready to break its shell. Letting Go is a process of becoming!  Read more ›

Calling all Creative Minds/Poets/Artists to a Poetic Collaboration – “Letting Go”

Neha is coming up with a new poetry collaboration! You can add your takes until September 30th. Check out her post for more information!

Source: Calling all Creative Minds/Poets/Artists to a Poetic Collaboration – “Letting Go”

 

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