18 Replies to “Our Pattern”

  1. The beauty of this poem is that it holds one to read as if traveling along with the time, knowing the end of the poem holds only the promise made by it’s own words, we will become broken and separated from the poem at it’s end, as we will with our traveling partners and loves. We knew the end at the beginning yet we still traveled together for that moment. Better to tumble through our hourglasses than to just observe.
    Love the poem.

    1. Thank you, Marylin, for your much appreciated generous comment. I’m happy to hear that you can see the hourglass image πŸ™‚ Thank you! Groetjes, Francina

  2. This is gorgeous Francina! I think someone on fb said it speaks to them on different levels. For me, I see it as a reflection, possibly on the importance in a relationship to keep the essential separateness while at the same time being together, and if that isnt respected and falls apart then we have the broken glass and loose sand.

    Fabulous poem. Cant wait for your next collection πŸ™‚

    Love and hugs

    1. Thank you, dear Christine πŸ™‚ Yes , I just read Joanna’s comment on fb. and I love the way you see this one after reading , it’s a possibility too after I read my poem through your eyes πŸ™‚ Thank you for your as always much appreciated and lovely comment, dear Christine πŸ™‚
      love and hugs from across the creek xxxxx

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