Pictures of the Past

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Digging deep inside the heart;
Known never to be apart.
The heart can not conceal;
Having secrets to reveal.

Digging deep into the past;
The heart beating so fast.
For then the spell was cast.
Scattered among the stars;
Pictures of the past.

Fallen to the knees;
Hear the gentle breeze.
The passion and the zeal;
We soon began to feel.
Voicing our consent;
Pictures of the past.

 

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70 Replies to “Pictures of the Past”

    1. Hello Shay,

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  1. Pictures of the past can def ring heavy with memory. We keep a box of pictures that my sons pull out occassionally and ask to hear the stories behind them. Their history. And there are other times, I am glad we never took a picture. Ha.

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  2. Ah, eventually those secrets of the heart find their way to be known…it is probably for the best that they are revealed rather than being hidden away.

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  3. Funny story, my second marriage has lasted 21 years now. When we married my stepdaughters had 12 years of family photos tossed into a large cardboard box. Silly me, I bought a bunch of photo albums & sorted them all out, bit the newer ones, pre-digital, were tossed back in the old box. Over half of the photos I had put in albums were taken out, enjoyed, & tossed back in the cardboard box–so much for my good intentions.

  4. Pictures of the past are treasure for sure. You told it nicely. Sanaa. For sure your words made remember my pictures of my past. I have them in a shoe box.
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  5. I have read this as rather a love story. A lover who cannot voice out nor express the love s/he has for the other. But, love will find a way for sure to reveal itself sooner or later. Thanks for the poem, Sanaa!

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  6. Your line, “scattered among the stars” in relation to pictures of the past reminds me of a quote I find comfort in. It says, “Memories are like stars in the black night of sorrow.”

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  7. Pictures – and memories – I find lilacs, or the scent of hot chocolate among other things conjure up the past too.

    Some treasures reside solely within us.

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