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March 11, 2010

I want to apologize if the poem below may be a little confusing. I wrote this for today’s rally, and I hope you still enjoy this. Thank you so much for visiting… :)xoxo

Sometimes I avoid love songs
Because they only speak of beauty
Or the pain that, in their hearts, throbs
But a song that shows reality,
I have yet to find.

I read through the lyrics and I
sometimes do not find what it is I seek
I look for something like yours and mine
I guess writing about us will do the trick,
I have yet to find.

Our love is not the sunshine
That brightens each other’s day
No, we are but the sunset that glows golden
Warm nights that we haven’t spent cuddled close,
I have yet to find.

We do not bring each other springtime
That makes everything bright and beautiful
We are all the four seasons, bright or dark
A season of love and madness such as ours,
I have yet to find.

We are not the something new in life
That we always wanted and dreamed of
We are the familiar face, the familiar touch
We’ve been together even before the forever that
I have yet to find.

We are not one heart and one soul
Nor a pair of wings that fly together
We are two hearts that beat separately
But two hearts that beat with love such as ours,
I have yet to find.

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35 comments

  1. Its pretty good and not to confusing, sorry I had yet to post my poem for the rally when you visited, so please come back and check out the one for the rally 😛 anyway you did well and it wasn’t to confusing.


    • thank you so much… sure, il drop by your blog to read your rally poem… 🙂


  2. Thoughtful words, and the repetition works well.


    • thanks, anthony… i really appreciate the effort you took in leaving a comment. 🙂


  3. actually i like it…the repitition actually makes me think song, and the irony with those first lines…


    • im glad you liked it, brian… 🙂 i was torn between changing the flow of the poem of just publishing it with its raw-ness. 🙂


  4. I love your poem as it is very honest.
    It is not confusing at all
    and I love the last verse.
    Well done, Ishabelle.

    hugs
    shakira


    • im glad you lied the poem, and it did not confuse you, shakira… 🙂


  5. This is written like a song, it’s not confusing at all, I’m so with you on this one 🙂


    • thank you so much, beth… 🙂


  6. good to see your work, thanks


    • thanks too for leaving a comment… 🙂


  7. so beautifully sad…
    //But two hearts that beat with love such as ours,
    I have yet to find.// this touched me… its so brilliantly penned… the deepest desire of any human so well expressed …


    • im glad the last part of the poem touched you… i always want the last part of my poems to make an impact to its readers


  8. Awesome job!
    I have to use my Google email account,
    Jingle wishes you a Happy Thursday!


    • thank you much…. thursday are always so fun… thanks… 🙂


  9. crystal clear , well done.


    • thanks, wordwand… 🙂


  10. Hello Isbelle, nice to meet you and thanks for visiting me.I did not find your poem confusing at all, I loved it, well written 🙂


    • thank you for your kind words, william… 🙂 i am awfully glad you liked it…


  11. I think this verse says it all…

    “We do not bring each other springtime
    That makes everything bright and beautiful
    We are all the four seasons, bright or dark
    A season of love and madness such as ours,
    I have yet to find.”

    Love songs don’t talk about all the seasons and many of us don’t stick with our relationships through all the seasons. Instead, we pick & choose when we want to be in and when we’re out. That is not what love “does”. Love is steadfast, enduring, timeless.

    Love this Ishabelle!

    ~IS


    • thank you so much, IS… 🙂 im really you love the poem… 🙂


  12. We do not bring each other springtime
    That makes everything bright and beautiful
    We are all the four seasons, bright or dark
    A season of love and madness such as ours,
    I have yet to find.”

    Utterly beautiful ishabelle! this one verse alone sums up all of the purity love, in the entire poem. Please see what I have also said in a long comment on your other page about the beauty of your writing and your poetry.

    Salamat, dear ishabelle

    Sige 🙂

    John


    • maraming salamat di sa iyo, John… 🙂 thanks too… 🙂


  13. wow- this is indeed beautiful..


    • thanks, fiveloaf… 🙂


  14. very well said there! I totally agree!! And I didn’t find it confusing whatsoever! 😉 well done girl!!


    • thank you, moondai… i am glad that you agreed with the poem… 🙂


  15. This is true love.


    • thank you, trisha… it’s good to know that you see this poem as true love… *wink*


  16. This is a very nice poem you’ve written. 🙂
    You have a certain way with words that I can’t grasp. I’m not good with keeping things coherent, I guess. ^_^


    • thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment, yuuki… i really appreciate it.. and i am glad you liked the poem… 🙂



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