The Art Of Letting Go

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May 18, 2011 by Employee of the Fukin Month

Time, is what is needed.

Growth that is unimpeded.

Minutes, hours,  and days that slowly drip away.

Images of moments that will eventually decay.

Leaving me in a place where I will no longer need them in order to continue my day.

The art of letting go,

Is necessary in order to grow.

But just so you know,

It’s nearly an impossible task.

Though I’ll likely hide behind my mask.

I cannot do more than that for now,

Because memories are what allow

My mind to explore the words that I consume and devour.

Each one blooming like an individual wild flower.

The art of letting go,

Is necessary in order to grow.

With all of my might,

I will continue to fight.

Because memories are what allow

My mind to explore the words that I consume and devour.

Each one blooming like an individual wild flower.

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19 thoughts on “The Art Of Letting Go

  1. Reese Smith says:

    i love this!

  2. very rhythmic -very soulful – nice 🙂

  3. I agree whole heartedly. The art of letting go is absolutely essential for growth. Love this!

  4. Judith Evans says:

    Beautiful! I especially like the last three lines….I can relate! Thanks for sharing this lovely poem.

  5. A lot to relate to…and to learn 🙂 ….well written poem, thank you for sharing

  6. I love this. it says so much of how I felt when my fiancée left me and I still couldn’t let go

    • Miki says:

      Writing has a way of allowing your inner thoughts to come forth that which normally don’t get spoken aloud.
      I am glad you find comfort in my poem and allow your inner poet to let loose! Good luck in over coming your loss.
      But you know what they say – where a door closes another shall open!

  7. Beautiful poem! I like the word letting go…

  8. Kay Salady says:

    Words are powerful and memories are the sustenance of our dreams. Words convey our love and our memories enable us to savor its fragrance. -kay salady

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