Archive Sunday – The Way it Was

So young and naive

 in love, we believed

met at the altar

never to falter

said I do, I do, I love you

 Too soon it faded

our ties vacated

ah, so sad, too bad

  it’s time to close the door

 open windows give more

Life’s too short to wait

 I’m not one to hate

don’t like feeling so blue

I bid adieu, said toodle-oo

time to start life anew

So shoo to the blues

it’s my turn to choose

as I embark on each day

 I pave my own way

 I’m doing it my way

my aim’s a future so bright

wishing for peace and light

amid the bright and sunny

amongst the witty and funny

ah, the color of golden honey

-Eugi

original post – April 13, 2018

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Categories: Poetry, Yesteryears Ink

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36 replies

  1. I am amazed how we choose our mates (“in love”) at an age when we know little of ourselves, and expect it to last forever.

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  2. Wow, I love and identify with the sentiments shared. Beautiful poem.❤😉

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  3. There is something to be said for not rushing where fools will tread.
    I almost made and ‘I do’ error… glad I called it quits before tying that knot!
    Happy now with what I’ve got! On the forever road 😀

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  4. This is beautiful! It speaks of reflection, choice, taking action to change! Speaks of great wisdom! 🙂 ❤

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  5. Fantastic poem Eugenia. Why stay sad and blue when life has so much to offer.

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  6. Eugenia, a relatable poem, beautifully expressed. ❤ Been there. Life is too short to spend it making each other unhappy! 🙂

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  7. Beautifully put, and so positive! Good for you, turn a new corner with exuberance.

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  8. Love the rhythm and the flow of this piece, Eugenia!

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  9. Sounds like you have done very well for yourself among the witty and funny! Sweet words are nourishing to the soul!

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  10. What a lovely mix of sadness and humour and optimism, so poignant. ❤

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  11. Well done.

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  12. Eugenia… Despite the sadness of parting… Your poem held promise with your humorous lines .. Thank you for resharing again my friend..
    Love and Hugs your way ❤

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