A mixture of art in all its forms and random grabs from life and whatever else bubbles up….


“My Love”

By Bobby Allen

” I’d like to speak just how I feel.
I’d say it in front of you…
but my words just ran away
If you could understand
how much I care, I think I’d be ok

I haven’t felt quite like this,
this feeling for so long.
How in my life, I must have missed,
what feels right, not even closed to being wrong

If you understand what you bring
in me, so much I feel alive.
All doubt diminishes from my face,
your love, I need in my place.

I’m not trying to flatter you,
as some may think.
I have no cause to play any kind of game.
My feelings are true and from the heart,
if we don’t ever make it, I hold myself to blame….

For my mind and heart is open to you,
Diane my darling, my dear,
I love you very much….
I’ll always want you near.”


11 responses

  1. I wish I could put words on my feelings right now, but words don’t seem to do me any justice. As of lately, words just do not seem to suffice. Usually, if I write or talk long enough I can usually makes some sense out of whatever situation I’m in. But lately, words only take me in circles. This is forcing me to understand the timeless cliché “actions speak louder than words” on a whole nutha (yes, nutha) level.
    As humans, we are naturally control freaks. We want to be in command over whatever or whoever comes, leaves, or stays in our lives. We want to be able to make sense out of everything, even when it doesn’t make sense. We want to control the pace of our life. Undoubtedly, we do hold a lot of power over how our lives are played out and we must recognize our power and know that our life is our responsibility. But, it is more important to know and connect with a higher power, who ultimately has the final say-so.
    It’s not always necessary to talk your way out of problems. It’s okay to say, “I don’t know.” You can be the smartest person in the world, and still not know everything. It’s easier to quit trying to makes sense out of everything all the time, and take action by simply leaning onto God’s understanding.
    Words are beautiful. Words can heal, teach, express love and share stories. But, words don’t know it all.

    July 18, 2011 at 15:28

    • Emily Dickinson

      A Man may make a Remark –
      In itself – a quiet thing
      That may furnish the Fuse unto a Spark
      In dormant nature – lain –

      Let us deport – with skill –
      Let us discourse – with care –
      Powder exists in Charcoal –
      Before it exists in Fire.

      July 18, 2011 at 16:58

    • cee cee

      i love your site, I love your writing. Very eloquant yet very much of what I feel too. i am learning too that words are powerful. The bible says there is life and death in the tongue. I am learning to not give heed to my fears by speaking my problems and fears and complaints and what I “see” on the surface in the natural realm. In fact, today I am turning my attitude around by speaking what the bible says…it says, I am MORE than a conqueror, I can do all things through Christ, and I am here to have life in its abundant and fullest capacity.

      Just thought I’d share. Thanks.

      November 30, 2011 at 00:25

  2. Octavian Paler – Moartea Cuvintelor
    Un chip de nisip
    si mîini de nisipi
    si limba în gura mi-e tot de nisip
    nu mai pot sa spun nimic în apararea mea
    în acest tribunal de nisip
    cu lumini de nisip
    grefieri de nisip
    si cineva care întoarce clepsidra.
    To ce-am iubit s-a transformat în nisip
    tot ce-am gresit s-a transformat în nisip
    si judecatori de nisip
    ma judeca
    si ma condamna la moarte
    pe un esafod de nisip.

    July 18, 2011 at 16:09

  3. love is more than words

    July 18, 2011 at 16:44

    • yes ..words can be just a collection of letters..and empty…

      July 18, 2011 at 16:46

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