Friday, March 8, 2013

Home is where the heart(h) is



I have not been posting for the past week - it has been an unusually busy week and somehow have been exhausted as well - but now, my blog muse has taken over my exhaustion :) and here I am again.

Today, for  DVERSE Poets’ Pub whose prompt today is the ‘Place We Live in’. . hopefully just in time before Mr.Linky expires..
Also for Sunday Whirl.(First instant snare ride gasps dust slap blue unbalance deserves wings blessed), and for Sunday Scribblings (moment)

The first instant I landed here
The ride home on empty highways
 unbalanced me, I fear

Endless blue skies overhead,
They looked like the same back home
So this place deserves a chance, I said.

Said hello, the next morning,
To the dust bunnies by the window
flying on invisible wings.
(I heard their silent gasps as they replied)

It loosened - the snare of melancholy    ,
That moment -  like a slap of downer on my joy,
It passed, very soon, blessedly!

Today, over a decade later, I know this to be true
Home is where the heart(h) is..For me (and am sure also for you!)

8 comments:

  1. dunno...i always find it's frightening and holy when coming to a new place...the melancholy... so felt..the having to settle in practically and emotionally.. i like the saying hello to the dust bunnies by the window.. getting acquainted..seeing the good and ugly..coming to a new place always does both to me..it wrecks me and thrills me...smiles

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    1. thank you Claudia for your comments always ..

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  2. ha...the dust bunnies on invisible wings is a cool touch....home is where the heart(h) is...yes...it is where those i love are...so that can be many a place for me...

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    1. thank you Brian.. yes, what you say is true, you just need loved ones around to make any place feel like home

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  3. Nicely said, yes, moving can be intimidating not knowing what things will be like. I too like the dust bunnies on wings. Very visual. Thanks for joining us.

    Pamela

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    1. thank you Pamela.. dust bunnies have always fascinated me for as far back as I can remember...and they seem to find their way into many a poem.:)

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  4. Yes, home is where the heart is! And the tummy guides it back home all the time. I never can forget what I can eat at home, Mom's or the good wife's. Nicely Lady!

    Hank

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    1. Hank, :) your comments always bring a smile on my face.. thank you

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