32 comments on “The Years, My Friend

    • Thank you, Wendy! Indeed, springtime is a promise, that comes with fulfillment, that in spite of the inevitable winters and storms in life, there always awaits for us, the increasingly green and warm, and surely promised Spring! Thank you for your lovely comment, Wendy, and blessings to you, too, my dear friend! Dee

  1. Oh Dee, it’s a song. It is a wave, a gentle lap of emotion with the undercurrent of pull toward a vastness of emotion – the joy that can only be understood due to sorrow. Very well done, very well done.

    • Such beautiful words about the river song — I love “the gentle lap of emotion with the undercurrent of pull toward a vastness of emotion”. Thank you for sharing these lovely and deep thoughts, Sandra!

  2. i love the music in your words, so beautiful. i like to wait until my mind is clear and ready for one of your poems. so lovely, thank you. and i must say, i like the line with the robin so very much…

    • It makes me so happy to know you can hear the music in my words, for I work on the sounds and the flow of the poem. Makes me smile when you say you like the line with the robin a lot. Thank you so much, Lorna. Love, Dee

  3. In the moments where forever weaves our tears into a dream, lovers rest – forgotten for their loss. I love this, Dee. The sweet beautiful reminder of spring, which shall bring the dead to life again. Love you, Bobbie

    • The eternal constancy of the turn of the seasons renews our inward hearts day by day. How beautifully you put into words, that “forever weaves our tears into a dream, and lovers rest”. Thank you, Bobbie, for sharing your light and beauty. Love, Dee

  4. One of your best so far, Dang. It brings to mind the Camus quote that my old prof, Doc Casambre, had in his office at the UP Faculty Center – “In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.” Even more beautiful, knowing by faith the force that drives the seasons!

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