Sunday, March 14, 2010

A Week of the Irish

Small Breaths

by Eileen Carney Hulme


No matter that my heart sinks,
sighs, with the weight of skeletons-

paths I forgot to follow
have slowly sealed

rooms go unrecognised
for fear of change

and I cry at the uncertainty of rainbows.

All the daydreams I stole,
refusing to give them back

are stored as silver dust
and each day is a small breath.

5 comments:

  1. These words have touched my heart.

    They sing my mood today, Thank you.

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  2. Ah the melancholy of the Irish. 'Tis our curse and our blessing.

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  3. Silver dust indeed...

    May one ask where the photo is from ? It is truly lovely...

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  4. We are so distracted with life and so much in a hurry that we let it all get away from us before we come to the end and finally notice.

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Hey, thanks for your thoughts and your time:>)