Poetry

Intent

Written by Jacob Ibrag

She reminisced

on how her sister used to

listen with intent, and how she

always reacted to her stories with

compassion. ‘Why couldn’t have

I reciprocated? Why couldn’t I

have listened to her voice

when she needed it?’


Photographer Unknown

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18 comments on “Intent

  1. Wow. That’s awesome
    Nice pic up there

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  2. i love the pic…i don’t have contact with my sister…probably never will

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  3. You achieve a remarkable combination of words and images. Together, they are very powerful, more so than either would be alone. Have you thought about a book?

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  4. Reblogged this on CRAIN'S COMMENTS and commented:
    Images and words are powerful combination. This writer does that well.

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  6. Very captivating and emotional😎🎳💥

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  7. Grandtrines

    Reblogged this on Orthometry.

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  8. Sounds a whole lot like regret…

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  9. Your poetry makes me think of the past. It brings on emotions.

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  10. We don’t always know how exactly to respond, and at what times, to anyone or any situation. This also tallies with the other person’s needs. How do we know that by not responding, the other person gained more. As in life being accepted as well as being rejected both have lessons in their own ways. If you have any regrets I don’t think you need to have them. As you responded, or not is, how you knew best at that time !!!
    Much Love and Light from me 🙂 ❤

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