Our Window Of Yesterdays   17 comments

Photo-Artistry by kenne

Our Window Of Yesterdays

Like Cinderella’s
Glass slipper

Only one pair
Had the right fit.

In life’s early years
I took time
For the right fit —
Trying on
Many different shoes
Before the music
Brought us together.

Slipped into you

Tying you
To my body –

Only you
Could get so close.

Have walked

Many miles
Not always in step
But at the start
Of each day
You were there.

Supported each step
Through the good times
When we danced together
And the bad times
When the music stopped.

Over the years
I knew
Where we were going
You knew
Where we had been
As our
Have now worn thin —
Held together by twin
Only now expressing
The secret face
Of our enter selves.

Having been seduced
By a lover’s
Darkest kiss
No longer laced together —
Merely to be left behind
In the window
Of yesterdays
Kissed only
By tomorrow’s sun.

— kenne

Posted November 15, 2012 by kenneturner in Art, Life, Photography, Poetry

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17 responses to “Our Window Of Yesterdays

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  1. Reblogged this on Inspired Storm Queen.


  2. ArtQuenchGallery.com loves this image!


  3. You found my shoes! I wondered where they’d gone…:) Great image.


  4. What a beautiful extended metaphor! And the picture is the perfect embodiment.


  5. great image fitting the poem!


  6. This was so touching, a beautiful photo and beautiful poem.


  7. Very nice poem, Kenne


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  10. Reblogged this on Becoming is Superior to Being and commented:

    First posted on November 15, 2012, this art and poem has appeared several times on this blog. For me, it hosts many symbols of my life, becoming a metaphor for life. — kenne


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