Digital Art, Emotions, Events, Poems, Poetry

My Poem on Ink and Quill…

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Jennifer Calvert
 is the wonderful writer behind Ink and Quill  she had a lovely and thoughtful idea, wanted to support the work of her fellow blogger with great appreciation sharing Poetry.  Few days ago she posted Share a Poem on Ink and Quill  having an enormous response.

The post was an invitation from Jennifer saying to “share a link here of your favourite poem/s, which you have written or a poem written by a fellow poet. Or both!

I did participate and left the link of one of my Poems. Today she reblogged  my Poem “Emotions”  with precious and beautiful words she honoured me and many others.

Carolina from Yesterday After, words flow and warm my soul, ‘floating like cluster clouds in a sky of darkness and light.’ ❤️

stormy_sky Emotions


Emotions

emotions chained
to words untold
floating like cluster clouds
in a sky of darkness and light

the storm was approaching
lighting were striking the heart
like stones breaking glasses

like in a lost dance over fire
following the song of my thoughts
holding a flower to protect

a desperate search for
a peaceful and silent shelter to rest

pieces of me were left there
in the dark with a white flower to hold
looking for a raising sun…

-CR

Poems and Digital Art
©Copyright Carolina Russo

Thank you Jennifer for your kindness and for this wonderful opportunity to be on your Blog with a Poem next your beautiful writings!

Please give Jennifer a visit on INK AND QUILL  and enjoy reading!
She was also one of my 2015  Featured Blogger of the week (the Featured event will come back soon) 😉

You can read more of my Poems on my Poems I write Page ❤

-CR

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23 thoughts on “My Poem on Ink and Quill…”

  1. Carolina, I understand fully why Jennifer loved your poem. It is amazing how clear you are conveying feelings which are basically beyond words. It touched me deeply. Perhaps because I feel exact what you are talking about!

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