This post is written for Day 4 of The Write Tribe Festival of Words June 2018.
That quiet moment
when you smiled.
Your firm hands,
when you held mine.
when two broken hearts
became whole again.
Our only witness—
the sea and
the silence of Love.
©Esha Mookerjee Dutta. June 2018
Linking this post with The Write Tribe Festival of Words June 2018. Today’s prompt was an image.
My other posts from the #FOW may be read here:
Day 1: The Past Can Hurt, But—
Day 2: Somethings Gotta Give
Day 3: Farewell
Day 4: The Silence of Love
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Aww! So beautiful and so romantic too. Loved it, Esha!
Thanks dear Shilpa. 🙂
Truly a moving poem when grieving hearts heal and become wholesome once again .
Aww! So beautifully written, Esha! Sweet and short. ❤️
Thanks a ton, dear Vinitha. So glad you liked it. 💕
I love rorantic poems and this one was most beautiful of all
Oh, Thanks Vidhi. So glad you thought so.
THe sea and the silence of love! Beautiful, Esha 🙂
Thanks a lot, Rashmi. 🙂
” when two broken hearts became whole again”
Thanks, Bhavna. Relationships are meant to complement each other right? That’s what I wanted to bring into my poem.
wowoooo.. i am in love with short sweet poem.. beautifully written
Hey! Thanks a lot for stopping by and sharing your thoughts here. 🙂
This was truly heartwarming and sweet, Esha. You know I have the ability to go on and on in the comment box but I have no more words to say today because of the silence of love. Let me be silent. 🙂
Thanks a lot, Anamika. So happy you thought so. Some moments in life do not need the support of words because it feels they are extraneous. I appreciate your silence. 🙂
Sweet, eloquent and befits the prompt
Thank you, Bhagyashree.
What a heart warming one Esha❤️
Thank you so very much, Natasha. So glad you thought so! ❤️
Sweet take on the prompt. Loved reading it.
Thanks a lot for stopping by and sharing your thoughts.
Very sweet. Poem and picture go well together.
Thank you very much, Suzy. Glad you thought so.
Beautiful words and thoughts, Esha. A fitting response to the photo prompt.
Thank you so much, Mayuri. Will hop over to read all the pending posts today. 🙂