Saturday, June 13, 2015

The Same Sky--By Sandra Stefanowich--Canada

The Same Sky

Caught a glimpse of a lost love up in the sky
sailing away with the parting dreams passing by.

Broken seashells lie listless along the sandy beach
everything in this reality seems to be out of reach.

Some wonder why some souls walk out an open door
and wander not knowing yet what they're searching for.

Left in solitude watching the stars fall upon the shore,
do they wonder if anyone sees the same sky anymore?

The sun sinks slowly and night falls all around me
as a fire dances, releasing ashes to drift out to sea.

I travel back to another time where I like to stay.
Pictures appear to me inside my secret hideaway.

Where buried within the deep, crashing waves
lies the remnants of one's heart; a memory it saves.

Left in solitude watching the stars fall upon the shore
I wonder, does anyone see the same sky anymore?

Born in Toronto, Ontario, Sandra is a self taught writer. She has been writing off and on since an early age. Most of her writing revolves around what she sees in everyday life, nature and her concerns about mankind. She enjoys reading, writing, hiking, animals and photography.

10 comments:

  1. This poem is such a lovely reflective piece. I easily identify with it Sandra. You are a kindred spirit my friend. Blessings, Connie

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  2. Lovely poem Sandra. Your choice of words are so graceful & inspiring. Good wishes...Chris~

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  3. You create wonderful images throughout each line Sandra, thoughts to ponder upon the ever changing journey of life and love. A pleasure to read.... Leokadia

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  4. Sandra,
    Being self-taught must be difficult. I learned at age 7 from a book on how to write poetry, it wasn't like it is today, poetry being taught in the schools. That being said, this is beautiful!
    Your new friend,
    David

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  5. What an enlightening memory. You have described moments in my life where I pondered about the past and reminisced. I loved every word of your piece, great job.

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  6. A lovely listing piece. I'm not sure what it all means, but that doesnt seem to matter! Enjoyed its reflective nature. Ralph.

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  7. Nice work, Sandra. Thank you for sharing. Continued blessings!

    -MJ (www.tgbtgpublictions.com)

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  8. Thank you...

    Connie, Christine, Leokadia, David, Russell, Ralph and Maurice for your kind comments. They are very appreciated and I have left comments on all your poems.

    Love Sandra

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  9. What a beautiful poem, Sandra :)

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  10. Thank you, John Williams, for the following--

    Sandra offers us questions that open the door to all--an absorbing analysis of mankind.

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