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18 January 2012

INTO NOTHINGNESS...


The ocean mist has tenderly kissed me with its beauty as I stare at freedom and loneliness upon its silent greatness flowing with precision.

How I wish for the immortality of a beautiful woman to embrace me with her warmth and to observe the flaming passion glowing like fire in my eyes for only her.

The sufferings of my heart for love and romance have been from long ago.

Yet with much understanding, I now realize that sacrifices are sometimes necessary for the enjoyment of passionate and romantic happiness.

Sad to say, into nothingness is where my hope lies as I feel the non-existence of a maiden's kiss upon my lonesome and tasteless lips.

Yes, I shall lay my dreams into nothingness, for there is where I will continue to welcome the ocean's mist as the only kiss my heart will ever know.

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    1. Dear Rocky Mountain Woman,
      Your visits are always sweet and kind. Thank you.

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  2. Oh wow... Ummm.. fantastic feeling.. I love it! :) Thanks for sharing and making mg day great! :) Smile..:)

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    1. Dear Sagittarian
      I am happy that I was able to make your day. My poems comes from my heart. Thank you for your visit.

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  3. A lonely theme of love penned with such beauty! The image transports us to that place of nothingness ...

    Wonderful writing as always, Andy! *smiles*

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    1. My dear Princesa Fiona,
      I work hard to find an image to relate to my work. Thank you for your kind words and encouragement. It means very much coming from a talented person like yourself.

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    1. Dear Sea Green Natural,
      Your visit and comment is very much appreciated. Thank you.

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  5. Andy! Into nothingness? You? Never!!

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    1. Dear Judie,
      You are soooooooo right!!! I could never have nothingness with friends like you (smile). Thank you very much

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  6. As always you write like a dream! It is good to stop by and smile. Your wife is sure a lucky person! You always post a great Alphabe Thursday Andy! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Dear Annesphamily,
      I am touched by your words. To write like a dream is a very nice compliment. You are most kind. Thank you.

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  7. Yes you are right Andy,sacrifices are important to feel to enjoy romantic happiness,I am doing it,and I know what it feels like.
    "I wish I could see through your eyes so I would know what you like to see. I wish I knew your wishes, so I could give you everything you want. I wish I dreamed the same dreams you do, and together we could make them come true. I wish I knew what makes you happy, so I could make you the happiest person in the whole world."

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    1. My dear Alpana,
      Every word that falls from your fingertips also comes from your heart. Your words are always breathless and touching. I love reading the thoughts of a Lady Flower like you (smile).

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  8. Andy, I'm with Judie on this one... nothing you do is into nothingness! Beautiful..and sad.

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    1. Thank you Anita.
      Your kind words mean a lot to me.
      Thanks for stopping by.

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    1. Hello ♫♪♥PhilO♥♪♫
      I've just been over to yours. Fascinating read!
      Thanks for visiting. Always nice to see you.

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  10. Aah love has those highs lows and every moment is a different discovery...

    I loved d imagery.
    Love
    Mani

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    1. Hello Mani.
      How right you are! Every experience, every journey in the name of love is a different discovery. The journey might not always be a pleasant one, but you can't deny the magnetism of love (smile).
      Thank you for stopping by.

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  11. Help, hope you are not misunderstanding me, and it's not my intention to offend you, but... I am happily married, but the romance you talk about is for me on a pedestal that is too high for me to reach.

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    1. Hello Emille.
      Welcome to my blog.
      I think you might have confused this post with another of mine perhaps?
      Anyway, thanks for taking the time to visit. Comments are always welcomed & valued.
      Hope you will stop by again soon!

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  12. Hi Andy

    so poignant, so beautiful, and oh so romantic..

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    1. Thanks Angie.
      Always nice to see you.

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  13. Beautiful, and romantic poem but sad.

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    1. My dear Sulekha.
      Most of the time, my poems are about happiness in love, but there are times when the music of Mukesh just takes me to a different level of moroseness & sadness. it is then that melancholy flows through my pen. I believe I write my best poems listening to his voice.
      Do not worry though, this is not how I feel today...it's just poetic expression (smile).

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  14. Ooo...you have found your way into a woman's heart ~ you're exploring every side of it. And today it led you to nothingness. It could be such a crazy feeling...but I know everything will work out to the one who loves and hopes for the best ;)

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    1. My dear Melissa,
      As you know, love is always my guide, my life-force. I live for love..it's what I know, what I write about & who I am. Sometimes though, when I'm listening to the melancholic music of Mukesh, his voice can send me to the depths of sadness & it is then that I produce the kind of poetry that can bring you to tears. It's not because I am sad, far from it. It's just poetic license & my creativity playing together (smile) Love always overcomes any tribulation in this life.
      Thanks for visiting.

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    1. Thanks Betty.
      I appreciate you stopping by.

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  16. Romance oozing out of every word & sentence! Incredibly beautiful.

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    1. Thank you Ram.
      Always nice to see a familiar face.

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  17. In the ocean's misty kiss is eternity...:)

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    1. Thanks Jessica.
      Nice of you to stop by.

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  18. Oh, so touching . . . the sorrow of unrequited love . . .
    So glad you DO have the love of your life in your life, or this poem would be unbearably sad.
    Blessings!

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    1. My dear Martha,
      You are so right. I am very fortunate to have the love of my life right beside me. Without her or her love, life simply would not be worth living.
      Sometimes, it only takes listening to the voice of my favorite singer, Mukesh, to bring out a touch of melancholy in my poetry, but this is just poetic license (smile). I am blissfully happy.
      Thank you for taking the time to stop by. Always nice to see you.

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  19. Always amazed at how prolific you are; it seems to flow from you!

    =)

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    1. Hello Sue.
      I love to write on romance and love. If I don't write everyday, it's like I have forgotten something. Writing is a part of my daily routine...it's inherent in me.

      My poetry & expressions from the heart are my gifts to you. Your gift to me are your visits & comments. That way we both share in the joy (smile).
      Thanks for stopping by. I'll be on my way to yours soon!

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  20. Nothing like a trip to the beach at night to help you reflect upon loss or lack of love. I believe the ocean's waves hear us and carry our wants out to sea. We are always heard. Beautiful Andy.

    Lyric Fire: Pinpointing The Pain - (This Is Not A Poem) http://bit.ly/z37Q9t

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    1. My dear Tameka,
      For some, this is the best place to reflect on life & love. For others, the ocean waves & it's mist are the only company & embrace they know.
      Thanks for visiting & for the link. I will definitely be over to read it.

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  21. I'm bathed in the ocean's mist. . .

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    1. Hello Pam.
      There are times when that mist is the only embrace some souls know.
      Thanks for stopping by.

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    1. Thanks Jan.
      Appreciate the visit.

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  23. I agree with so many, Your words of love can never be nothing! They are so full of emotion that touched us deep within

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    1. My dear Rimly,
      It's so nice to hear you say that.
      The greatest gift the reader can give to a poet is to have his/her words evoke emotions in the heart.
      Thank you for the kind words.
      I'll be stopping by soon to read the story behind "Soul Sisters" (smile).

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  24. Superb and Fantastic my friend! You deserve such loud applause Andy! I love and enjoy reading your poetic words as always, you know life is hectic here but I am not too far away my friend!

    P.S. I even wrote an off-topics today, but it's part of us who have nice blogs like this. See you Andy :)

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    1. Hello Prime.
      This has been a very hectic week for me too & I haven't visited as many people as I would like.
      I know you too have had your own set of troubles, but at least you were able to set things right for the most part.

      Thank you for your kind words & for your continued loyalty. It's always nice to see a familiar face return time & time again.

      I think I have already caught up with your posts this week, but if I missed any, just let me know.
      For now, enjoy the rest of the weekend.
      Thanks again Prime. See you soon!

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  25. Andy, whenever I read your words an image comes into my mind. It's always the same one and I would say it has a lot to do of your unique, romantic writing style. I envision an evening meal set upon a silk table cloth on a small table for two. You have poured 1/2 glass wine for both of you and sprinkled rose petals over her chair and on the floor surrounding her seat. The candles are lit, and you have a soothing insense burning from afar. The fire is crackling romantic music to her ears.
    Okay, enough of that...this is the image that your words always put in my mind. Just thought you might want to know that lol

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    1. My dear Mary,
      What a romantic you are!! I am touched by your great imagination and sweet words. I envision the woman in you walking among sleeping flowers knowing they are dreaming of only you (smile). You are the Poetess with fire in your smile and timeless love in your heart. Now tell me which man wouldn't want that in his woman?

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    1. Thanks Ashok.
      Appreciate you stopping by.

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  27. I'll have to share with my husband and see if he agrees with your assessment LOL. But, I do have to admit, I am a simple romantic.
    [It looks like I will be signed in under Crusaders, which is another blog that I am working on :P]

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    1. Mary, there's nothing wrong with being romantic. We see things differently to others and find beauty where others might find none. (smile)
      I'm SURE your husband would agree with me if he knows what's good for him! LOL

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  28. Nothingness...what a powerful word and of course your poem paints such strong images too!

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    1. My dear Corinne,
      Nothingness is definitely not a nice place to be. Thankfully, I'm fortunate that nothingness is not my lot in life.
      I appreciate your visit.

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  29. Oh my gosh, Andy. I can't believe you immensely perfect this illustration is for your lovely words.

    I found this incredibly charming.

    Thanks for sharing it.

    A+

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    1. My dear Jenny,
      You always know how to charm my heart (smile).
      Thank you for the kind words & for stopping by. I know how busy you are with the packing & everything else you host on your blog.
      I'm already working on something special for "J".
      Thanks for taking the time to stop by. See you soon!

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