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16 May 2012

MOONLIGHT ZEPHYR


Sad tears have replaced the dreams of a woman that used to fill my heart with joy and happiness under a moonlight zephyr.

Once lifted up into the fineries of freedom, my spirit remains caged within the sorrows of a broken man lost in the memory of her kisses.

How can the echo of my cries be heard when time and distance have separated us through bitter anguish and torrents of loneliness?

Fallen flowers floating upon the waters of a dying river remind me of my own tears and the fate life has bestowed upon me in exchange for sweet love.

Without her, despair has become greater than my sadness, for what I feel in this very hour is a dagger piercing my heart beneath this moonlight zephyr.

My longing for her is so intense that I can actually visualize the translucent veil hiding her own sadness as she calls out to me in the ebony darkness of the night.

So profound is the love we share that even when separated, our tears create an unbreakable union between two lovers reminiscing of sweet kisses under a moonlight zephyr.

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69 comments:

  1. What a sweet sad poem! Lovely write for the letter z.

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    1. Dear Razzamadazzle,
      Many thanks for the visit and comment. The greatness of love can be expressed in so many different ways. Thank you again.

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  2. Wow! Can feel the longing here...Andy.

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    1. My beautiful Janaki,
      I am always grateful to see the reflection of your smile glowing upon my humble work. Thank you for always being so sweet and kind to me.

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    2. You deserve it Andy...you write wonderfully.

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    3. My precious Janaki,
      You know my secret...the golden voice of the Great Mukesh and my simple pen. Together they create humble magic. I am also inspired by your lovely smile...

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  3. Love is fleeting and not kind in your poem. So sad. xo Jenny

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    1. Dear Jenny,
      Many thanks you for the visit and feedback. I am happy you took the time to read my humble work. Look forward to seeing you again.

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  4. thanks for visiting my blog :) your foto is fantastic! remind me again for your blog hop if it´s actuell :)

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    1. Dear Tina,
      Thank you for the visit and kind words. The image is one I snagged from Google with some manipulation by my Assistant (smile). Yes...I will remind you about the next Blog Hop Saturday!.

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  5. Beautifully sad and deeply heartfelt. Great Z poem & post for today's lesson in the Alphabe-Thursday classroom!

    Just realized, I hadn't done what I should have. Now, your newest follower,Cathy

    Ziggy

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    1. Dear Cathy,
      You are most kind and I am most grateful. Thank you for stopping by my dear.

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  6. The emotion really comes through here-- this is lovely.

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    1. Dear Shauna,
      I am grateful for the warm sentiments. Please know they were humbly appreciated. Thank you so much.

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  7. You are a poet through and through !

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    1. Dear Gattina,
      How kind you are to my humble heart. Thank you for stopping by my dear.

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  8. The tears, the sorrow, the pain-all worth the love so deep as this.... A new admirer.

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    1. Dear Liz,
      Welcome to my humble writings. I hoped you enjoyed your stay and will return again with the same smile. Thank you very much.

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  9. Sad love affair here. You capture the yearning of separated lovers with poetic tenderness. Very nice Andy.

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    1. My sweet Myrna,
      Many thanks again and again for the kind affection towards my humble work. Your friendship means very much to me.

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  10. If only my mother were still alive so I could share your lovely and deeply inspiring words to her! This photo of the moon is heavenly!

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    1. Dear Karen,
      Love never dies. Your beautiful mother will always live in your loving heart (smile). Thank you for stopping by my friend.

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  11. Where has she gone? I am wanting them to find each other again...

    =)

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    1. Dear Sue,
      I am smiling...I can always make her appear again and again (smile). Thank you so much for your sweetness.

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  12. sigh....

    so romantic and haunting...

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    1. Dear Rocky Mountain woman,
      A big thank you to you for being so kind to my humble work. I am grateful for the sweet words.

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  13. Hey Andy, always so romantic. I like it when you're inside love better than feeling like an outcast, though. I guess I just like it when you're so full of the joy of love like lungs full of fresh oxygen, rather than gasping for air as it is sucked out of the room with love departed. Filled-with-love seems to suit you!! Even still, the writing is beautiful. Be happy. Have a great week.

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    1. My dearest Anita,
      Love is never love unless it is tested by pain and sorrow. Thank you saying such sweet things to my humble heart. I hope when you return...I will have all the love waiting for you (smile).

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  14. Great Z post. The Zephyr, a light wind, is exactly the right word to capture the moon's impact on loss.

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    1. Dear Lmkazmierczak,
      Thank you for those encouraging words. I hope you will return again my friend.

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  15. Andy! I can't believe this! No woan in her right mind could possibly refuse your wonderful way with words! I'm here for you, Andy, and I'm overwhelmed with your poetics!!!

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    1. My dearest Judie,
      You have me smiling with your kindness and affection. The man that will walk away from you have not been born yet either (smile). Thank you for your heartfelt sweetness.

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  16. Wistful and sad. I like it. You have chosen a wonderful image to go with it. I especially liked this image:

    Fallen flowers floating upon the waters of a dying river remind me of my own tears

    I very much like it. Glad to have met you!
    Red.

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    1. Dear Red,
      Welcome and thank you for those lovely words. I am humbled by them. Its nice to meet you also.

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  17. Always so lovely to visit you Andy! This is the 2nd zephyr post I have seen today. They both made me think of the Denver Zephyr which was a passenger train when I was a kid! I loved traveling on the train and have many fond memories of my folks during those days. They are both gone so it makes my memories bittersweet.
    Your writing is so creative and filled with love for your special lady. I am always happy to stop by. You words really bring everything to light. Thanks for the share and come visit soon. Have a great weekend!

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    1. Daer Annesphamily,
      Your folks will always be alive in your heart because LOVE never dies. Thank you so much for your heartfelt sentiments. You always put a smile on my face. In fact, I will visit you soon wearing the same smile...

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  18. Hi Andy Dear,
    Hope you are doing great!

    A beautiful write up :)

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    1. My dear Simran,
      Thank you for the visit. Its been a long time since I've heard from you. Hope all is well with you also. Thanks again for the kind words my friend.

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  19. LOVELY AS ALWAYS !
    You are gifted Andy ...

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    1. Dear Shobha,
      Thank you so much for the compliment. Love is all I have to share with the world. Thank you so much for your sincere kindness.

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  20. Put these people back together NOW!
    Their pain is crushing me!

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    1. Dear Margaret,
      Thank you for your kind comment. I had to smile with your sweet words. Many thanks again my friend.

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  21. Such imagery, tenderness and longing..you are truly gifted as Shobha said, Andy.

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    1. Dear Corinne,
      Its good to see you again. Thank you for the warm sentiments and encouragement. I am humbled by them.

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  22. Beautiful!! I always feeel I am repeating myself, but every poem of yours brings out the same feelings within the heart - of awe and deeep love..
    And it's always multiplied.
    You write so beautifully.
    Have you authored any books?

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    1. My friend Punamjr,
      Your words are deep, sweet and beautiful. No, I have not authored any books. At least not yet (smile). Thank you very much for your lovely and heartfelt thoughts. I am touched and moved by them.

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    2. Thanks also for following me in Linky. If you look closely at yours, you 'll see me smiling back at you. Take care & see you soon!

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  23. Just call her for heaven's sake!

    Hehe. I couldn't resist! Sad poem.

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    1. Dear Cheryl,
      Thank you for the visit and sense of humor. When I call her, I hope you will answer the phone (LOL). Thank you again my dear friend.

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  24. So sweet yet so sad. I hope you aren't apart often! :)

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    1. My dear Rachel,
      Always a pleasure to hear from you my friend. Thanking you for the warm sentiments.

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  25. free flowing expression of love, beautifully expressed by pain and joy at the same time. Wonderful piece of writing Andy !

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    1. Dear Nitin,
      Many thanks for your kindness sir. I am humbled by your words of honesty. Thank you again.

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  26. Andy, such a beautiful poem....depicting the sadness and longing of the heart...trapped in it's memories of a great love lost...longing to recapture those feelings of Love before the heart was emptied of her Love...lovely filled with heartfelt emotion....Always...

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    1. Dear Ravenmyth,
      Thank you for stopping by with such kind words. I am most grateful for the compliment.

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  27. "How can the echo of my cries"?

    Oh Andy.

    This one made me cry.

    Your emotion just hits me in the heart...

    One word at a time...

    And then I am still...reflecting on what you have to share.

    I have so enjoyed this journey through the Alphabet with you.

    Your tender heart has touched so many.

    Thank you.

    A+

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    1. My beautiful Jenny,
      You are so sweet and kind to me. Yes, very emotional as I am also. Thank you so much for allowing me to be part of Alphabe-Thursday. You are a great woman and friend. I wish I could have dried your tears with the flower in my heart (smile). Many thanks again.

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  28. "sniff", oh you make me cry, such sweet sad words you have written. I miss reading your posts....<3<3<3

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    1. My dear Jan,
      You are so kind and sweet to my humble heart. As always, thank you so much for the encouragement and affection.

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  29. Very nice words and delicious feelings.

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    1. Dear Leovi,
      Thank you for the visit and kind words. They were greatly appreciated.

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  30. Beautiful and sad poem! Full of emotion and images in my head..Thanks for visiting!

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    1. Dear Mumsy,
      In return, thank you also for visiting and for the kind words. My heart is most grateful.

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  31. This one has left me a little sad Andy. But no matter what you write, I always enjoy your sensual and romantic style.

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    1. Dearest Mary,
      Love will always be tested by sorrow. I never want you to be sad after reading what fell from my heart. I want you to smile from deep within and to return with the same smile. Thank you so much for all of your kindness,

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  32. Oh, I can feel the love, the emotion, the longing...you are a great poet! Keep it up Andy!

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    1. Dear Ric,
      Very nice thoughts from you. Thank you very much for your kindness.

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  33. Andy , my distant friend.Your words are in the best place, space and feelings where they have to stay. Wonderful poetry. Kiss. Elen lackner

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    1. My dear Elen,
      How kind you are to my humble work. In return, I enjoy reading what comes from your tender heart (smile). Thank you again.

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