They call me Alaurilee
- Serving Hugs on a Platter and Tears in a Teacup
- I've been writing poetry from the age of 12. It has, and always will be my outlet, my voice. Join me on my journey . . . I can write about almost anything. :) ~ Life doesn't come with a shiny new book; no users manual of answers to find with one look. Life comes with doors that open and shut; and paths laid before us to be followed or passed up. There's things we can learn and things we may teach; hearts that may find us and souls we may reach. Guaranteed on this journey are teacups of tears; and pains that might hurt us may age us by years. But the beauty of life, love, laughter and giving; come from serving hugs on a platter each and every day we're living. ~
Saturday, November 19, 2011
A promise is a tricky thing.
You can make it and you can keep it,
but you can’t change it without breaking it.
It’s perception really.
How it’s viewed by all.
Each view carries a life of its own
and each view has its own truth,
even when there are opposing other truths.
Many conflicting truths may exist.
This does not make them less true…
…or more so either.
In many cases, a promise is made
with the grandest intentions.
Rarely with the thought of ever breaking it
because if that were the case, why make it at all?
Then again, there are emotions.
They have their role in it all,
a rather major role really.
They make us who we are.
They lead us down roads.
And then we find things change.
We change—we evolve—we devolve.
Then what happens to these promises?
To these broken promises?
They change—they evolve—they devolve.
Then we find we truly don’t know what else to do.
So we pause to pat ourselves on the back,
for no reason other than—because!
Then we do what only we can do,
we keep the biggest promise of all.
We go on—we don’t give up—we start again.
No broken promises—not this one.
Be true to me—that is what we do.
11/19/2010 Posted at d'Verse Poets Pub - http://dversepoets.com/2011/11/19/poetics-changes/