Finding No-Thing

Posted: July 8, 2012 in Musings, Poetry and Quotes, Voiceless

Grandma's BloomNot knowing right from wrong; always searching for some sense–finding no-thing no-sense. Strained with pain–things unsaid; tongue twisted tainted distress. Vast Voiceless void of being–world of words whirling within–seeing. Spewing forth my voice; exalting resounding feeling. ~Voiceless in America

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    • Wow! Thank you so much! I’m blown away. This is the third Versatile Bloggers Award I get a week! I accept. Just give me sometime to get all this together. Thank you for the kind words. It means a lot when someone tells me they actually take the time to notice my blog. πŸ™‚ I’m getting sentimental! Thank you again and will do as soon as possible. Warm wishes, Iliana the White Rabbit.

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  5. charlypriest says:

    What can I say….speechless. Written with passion, the ending was brilliant by the way, and the use of beautiful words. Which I had to reach out for my dictionary for some of them. I like that.

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  6. lorriebowden says:

    One of your responses said you wrote the poem from sheer passionate emotion…I can tell!!! It is magnificent really…I love it. I wonder if it just came out of you or if you had to work it. I’m guessing it just came out of you…that you could hardly keep up writing the words that were coming from your heart. Anyway…I am glad Brenda recommended you…I am happy to explore! Blessitude ~ Lorrie

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  7. Mirror of Health & Fashion says:

    Love it

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  8. Mridubala says:

    Amazing picture and magical words!

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    *Mridubala*

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  11. Gede Prama says:

    Thank you for writing which is quite good and best wishes always, and greetings

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  12. mcsirishart says:

    Hi, hope your keeping well, I said I’d stay in touch and love this post πŸ™‚

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  14. Kenn Shapiro says:

    Wonderful image, beautiful words!

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  15. Wow, amazing photo, and the words are powerful….for a voiceless one πŸ™‚

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    • hakesplace says:

      Thank you. I planted the bloom on the day my grandmother died as a dedication. It’s just outside my office window. Each time it blooms, it’s her smiling, hugging and kissing me–I know…very sentimental I am. πŸ™‚ The words I wrote after she died. Voiceless…there is so much more to be said that is best left unsaid, so yes, voiceless. Thank you so much for the kind words! Visit again. πŸ™‚

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      • I love plants dedicated to people, it’s a very old Celtic tradition. We panted a cherry tree for my Granny when she died, she loved cherry blossom, and every year I sit under it and remember her smiling and laughing….I think you’re not the only sentimental one πŸ™‚

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        • hakesplace says:

          I follow the Celtic tradition…. What a wonderful thing to know others still do the same. In Miami, Florida, it is very rare to find someone who follows the old ways. Most chop trees down and get rid of green vegetation to lay out a slab of concrete. It is refreshing to hear from someone like you. Blessed be our grandma’s! Thank you for responding. Please do visit again. And, hope to read some words also. And, so glad there are still sentimental people out there. πŸ™‚
          Stay in touch!

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