Love and Forgiveness Posted on June 20, 2013 by Jamie Dedes

hai shi shan meng

i can see it in mind’s eye . . .
the phone hanging on the wall between
your bedroom and the living room, next to
the closet door, across from the bathroom

for endless years it hung there, dripping
its tears, it rang, crying for your answer,
but you turned a deaf ear, until the end

when you needed love and forgiveness,
they were yours, always, the telephone bears
witness and, after all, there is nothing,
nothing to forgive . . .

Delta-Airlinesbeautiful girls from peking university

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9 Responses to Love and Forgiveness Posted on June 20, 2013 by Jamie Dedes

  1. Jamie Dedes says:

    Well I am far from West Virginia – LOL! – but thank you for the sweet complement and implied support here. Lots of color and interesting photographs. Warmest regards for all your online efforts …
    Jamie –
    © 2013, poem, Jamie Dedes, All rights reserved,Licensing for online publications is nonnegotiable and requires permission, attribution, link to my site, my copyright, no modification, noncommercial only. Licensing for online publication does not imply agreement for further use in the site’s printed anthologies or collections.

  2. powerful imagery.

    🙂

  3. elegant images and talent of poem.

  4. good information shared.

  5. hope that you enjoy a good time.
    thanks to Jamie Dedes for her deep poetic talents.

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