Boundaries

BOUNDARIES
 
Cliffs arch their sides,
Grow to the summit of forgotten fears,
When, like and admonition of torrential power,
they allow their sweep and breath
to encompass all,
breathe out, and
spread their flung grandeur down
To a lost dream.
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22 Responses to Boundaries

  1. Linda says:

    Oh, that is not why im writing at all!!Im writing because i always have been writing, since i was 4-5 years old, and i have some great stories to tell.Right now i am actually getting paid for writing, which is pretty fantastic, for a chans to finish my project of writing about the time while i lived in Tokyo.Do you write yourself?

  2. lima says:

    Hello, from Portugalthank you for your wourds in my spaceYou are alwais welcome there.You have great fotos and blog tooNice weekend.All the best for you , Luis Lima

  3. Marie says:

    I read your comment when Jamie tagged you for the "Principals of 7" tag game. It\’s good to know I am not the only one who dislike chain letters and chain games.Hugs, Marie

  4. Deirdre says:

    Beautiful imagery in this poem, Jorge. Nicely done. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Lakota Clay says:

    Rich imagery and many meanings. I only question your vision of lost dreams. Dreams are never lost, but only transformed and recreated. The one is many, and the many are one. L.

  6. Niki says:

    I just wanted to let you know that I have moved my space to http://spaces.msn.com/members/nightfire3/ due to personnal reasons. Thanks for visiting my space.

  7. Unknown says:

    Thank you for stopping by at my space. I await to hear a good blog.

  8. Deirdre says:

    You know what? I\’m going to find a way to make that dream somewhat of a reality one day. The seeds were planted over the summer, and there has already been quite a bit of brainstorming done about it. At least I hope it will happen, anyway.

  9. Patricia says:

    Can it be an unfulfilled dream, Jorge?…just waiting to happen…thanks for your nice visit…the flower garden is dying out…have to find other things to photograph…having fun experimenting…Pat

  10. CM says:

    just stopping in to say hello..hello

  11. the1stephzen says:

    Jorge,I like it! Thanks for dropping by my space as often as you do.Steph

  12. Jaime Campbell says:

    I really like that, Jorge. It\’s very visual and yet carries tender emotions. Really nice. Jaime.

  13. A Utah Woman Am I says:

    Wow J!Did you write that yourself? If so, it is simply beautiful!I like the line of \’forgotten fears\’. Because that is what we must do when life gets crazy…forget our fears and go for the gold. Kind of a tangent, but that is what I thought of when I first read the poem.I guess my brain likes to go off on wild tangents. But ah, I suppose that is life.Hope you had a great weekend and that Monday will be good for you as well.Be happy!-K

  14. Unknown says:

    Thank you for stopping by . . I\’ll be in the process of adding you in just a few seconds.

  15. SANDRA says:

    Dearest Jorge..Boundaries..you captured it with beautiful wording..your voice ringing true …and it takes my breath away. I love to come visit you. I leave always with introspective thought gained from your posts. Thank you my dear friend for always visiting me and with the wisdom of an old soul you speak to me and calm me…Eternally….your friend..Sanddee

  16. Unknown says:

    I just wanted to let you know that I have moved again tohttp://spaces.msn.com/members/silvermoon1982/Sorry.

  17. Deirdre says:

    Just passing the word around–having trouble with my space…looks like it got deleted or the permissions were changed…I didn\’t do it!

  18. A Utah Woman Am I says:

    Hey J!I was actually really happy to hear that you wrote this poem. Boundaries–you really did that word well with your poem. When I was little I used to write poems, but now, tend not to as much. I find it easier to express myself in a, well I guess you would say, an essay form. My mother did always tell me that I could be a great lawyer if I wanted to be.I hope that your mid week is going okay for you. That just means that the weekend is drawing nearer and as is the chance with sleep. :)Take Care of yourself!-Kelsey

  19. Jerry says:

    Mornin\’, JorgeI was just out wandering the neighborhood this morning while my coffee cools and thought I\’d drop in and wish you a wonderful first day of Autumn…… may all your colors be vibrant!!

  20. Jerry says:

    …. just checkin\’ in to see how all my friends are doing! Great little poem….. you have a nice touch with words. Hope all is well…..

  21. Deirdre says:

    Good Morning Jorge. We haven\’t heard from you in awhile. Hope you are well.Deirdre

  22. Stephen Craig says:

    Jorge, Nice piece. Very nice. Be well. Stephen Craig Rowe

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