We Drop All Matters That Do Not Matter

 

This truth that

appears on a

piece of paper

that we call

a love letter

is haunting

us and our

minds question

how we define

feelings that

are created from

an intimacy that

began from

holding hands

and kissing lips

 

We drop all

matters that

do not matter

and we welcome

our hearts to

both of us

 

 

2012

About chester maynes

poet, and a lover of music and books.
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24 Responses to We Drop All Matters That Do Not Matter

  1. Ian Moone says:

    NIce, good write I can relate

  2. unfetteredbs says:

    very nice…

  3. Hi Chester, I really like this one. Do you enter some of your poems in competitions or do you just write them for yourself and your readers?

    • Hi Rachel. Thanks for liking this one!

      I write poetry passionately and to connect with my readers. The idea of entering a poetry contest is being considered though I had a few entries before but never won. Still, I am happy that my readers appreciate what I write! 🙂

  4. stuff I said says:

    Aw new love…a fire storm of emotions! Well said. 🙂

  5. Clanmother says:

    Hello! I have nominated you for the One Lovely Blog Award. I share your love of poetry and I enjoy visiting your blog read your insightful poetry. I would be honoured if you accept the award.

    http://clanmother.com/2012/07/27/one-lovely-blog-award/

  6. taralah says:

    I loved the part about dropping all matters that do not matter! Let’s meet here, in the heart, in that most intimate space where nothing ever happened. The world will not trouble us here – we will not trouble ourselves, now we can see so clearly at last. This Love never came or left, nor looked away for even one moment, but has been waiting always in the stillness that we are.

  7. Kharma says:

    So….did the “love letter” matter? You left me hangin with this poem.

  8. drsuraiyanasim says:

    This is sweet…

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