Heaven Knows

She feels joy, but won't admit it.
She feels pain, and won't forget it.
But, it's alright, she has a place inside.
A special home where she can hide.
Her name is written in the stars above.
And on earth she shares her love.
She looks to heaven for hours.
For the colors in rainbows and the color of flowers.
She will go where the wind blows...
This is something no one knows.
Except for her which she hides...
In her home deep inside.
Where the wind blows is where she goes...
It's just something she undergoes...
-Ann Clemmons


Sandee said...

Poetry is not my strong point. I'm guessing you're talking bout yourself?

Have a fabulous day Annie. Big hug to you and tons of scritches to Simon. ♥♥♥

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Hey, I woke up thinking of my mother at about five this morning and wrote this down. As you can see, poetry is not my strong point either...laughing...but I liked the flower....

Anyway, no, it's about my mother. Everything I write about myself turns out humorous...My mother and I are alike in many ways, but she is incredibly shy, and well, you know I'm not. -Smile-

You have a fabulous day too!

And close guess- :)

"Big hug" back to you and I will send Simon his scritches.

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Sandee, I wanted to tell you that Paul left a comment on Tuesday's Question below asking how to do Tuesday's Question. I hope he comes back and reads my answer. If not, I will go to Cruisin Paul. But, isn't that great?

I know he is a friend of yours.

Hugs again,

Cruisin Paul said...

I loved your poem Ann. I love poetry and I like to at times make up my own poems. It relaxes me.

Have a great Saturday my new friend. See ya.

Cruisin Paul

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Thank you, Paul.

I love to write poetry too, but most of the time I'm afraid to post it, -Even though I write Children's books.- so I really appreciate your comment.

I was afraid it was awful, so it means a lot. I would love to read some of your poems.

I'm sorry for my belated reply. I hope you had a nice Saturday and week-end.

Now, have a great Monday! By the way, I am pre-posting Tuesday's Question right now, and I will be by Cruisin Paul tomorrow afternoon to answer it.

Cheers and thanks again!

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