Who Am I?

 

Overwhelmed by your genius,

Your passions fill my heart

Your words break my silence

I touch your picture when we’re apart

Your rainbow of opinions color my thoughts

Your voice tinkles in my mind

I see you in myself

But alone, who am I?

I mourn for your losses

My leaden tears fall for your pain

I smile at your successes

My song patterns your refrain

My dreams are your desires

Your beliefs, my reasons why

I feel like a part of you

But alone, who am I?  

 
Original poetry, Copyright © 2016 Karen Wright
  
This week for my Fiction spotlight, I am sharing a poem I wrote a long time ago that I’ve never posted anywhere (at least I don’t think so)

Don’t judge me… Or do. In fact, yes, please do. I’d actually like to hear what you think this poem is about 😀

10 Comments Add yours

  1. ooooh …you fancy!!!!

    Cute poem! Sounds like how people feel when they are first falling in love…or even when they have found their soul-mate. It could also be from the perspective of a person who gets too wrapped up in a relationship and looses them self.

    Each reader depending on who they are and there experience could interpret it differently which to me makes good writing!

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    1. Run Wright says:

      Haha. That’s what I’m hoping… To learn more about you by what you think I’m saying. 😜
      Hope you had a great week, miss lady. All the best for the weekend.

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  2. Misbah says:

    Poetry is an outcome of pondering!!! U wrote soo well!!! Sounds like u hv written it for ur best friend or soul mate!!! Wanna read more poems written by u

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  3. Katie says:

    Love this…and think it can be about so many things!! First love or endless love or about the loss of a family member…

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  4. First can I say, hello Miss Talented!
    Beautiful poem! When I first read it I was thinking it must be about a true love, or a love that is true and tested!

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    1. Run Wright says:

      Thanks so much, Kristy – for the compliment and the perspective. Wishing you a great week ahead

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  5. Candy Stilettos says:

    what a beautiful poem.. to me this poem shows such intense love yet the fear of loving someone so much that you don’t want to lose yourself. very beautiful words.
    Jamie
    http://www.jamieeverafter.com

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    1. Run Wright says:

      Thank you Jamie (I say as I blush furiously) I wonder if everyone has that fear – that they’ll lose themselves in love. I do.

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  6. Beautiful…you have an amazing talent! I se it as love but I also see it from the perspective of a mom’s love for her child. I love poetry for that reason…the poet writes the words and we put our own experiences into the interpretation.

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    1. Run Wright says:

      Interesting perspective. I wrote the poem a long time ago so when I was looking back at it, I was thinking of that angle – a parent who has lost herself in her child’s life. I wondered if native else would see that and so far, you’re the only one. Love it!
      Thank you for the comment.

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