Saturday, May 1, 2010

May 01, 2010 - Said In Jest



Said In Jest

Tangled sheets of mystery sweet
Engulf your every move
Yet my contemplation of reality
I cannot remove

To think I know or understand
What's never been defined
While believing in the innocence
When there is none to find

Seen and said while taken back
What does one believe
That which is seen and heard inside
Or that which does relieve

What is meant and what is said
The same you often bring
But does your laughter take it back
Or lessen any of the sting

Copyright *Neva Flores @2010

7 comments:

Newell said...

Nice poem! Only someone with an evolved consciousness could have articulated this thought!

Phill Senters said...

Laughter may lessen the sting, but will mot entirely remove it.

Zuzanna Musial said...

Dear Neva,
Poem that makes you think about life, great words, blessings.

lorilynn53 said...

lovely poem neva. laughter is an overall medicinal property, good for healing and the soul.

phyllis said...

Once it is said-- it cannot be recalled , the sting stays, no matter how much honey is poured on the wound---

Faith Hodge said...

Yours words are so true. I agree with Newell, matter-of-factually. Another beautifully moving poem Neva. I love it.

figgdimension said...

nobody forgets and only the most evolved can forgive