Friday, May 31, 2013

IGWRT's "Extraordinary"

The video is a real place, called the "Tunnel of Love" and is located in Kleven, Ukraine!


It's an ordinary wish
to be loved

as if tomorrow wouldn't exist
without a touch, a smile,
a glance,

for his world
to arch over my days
protecting, cherishing, sharing

as our limbs, laughter,
thoughts entwine
like two old oaks

whose once sapling branches
have interlaced, become
dependent upon the other

for life itself.
It's extraordinary
my wish came true.

by Margaret Bednar, May 31, 2013

This is linked with Imaginary Garden with Real Toad's "Transforming Friday's with Hannah - Magical Natural Locations - Hungry Eyes,  haunted hearts"  Wow - that is quite a title, but Hannah promises us 21 more incredible places over the next few months and I can't wait!  


Janet Martin said...

This poem stole my breath. Stunning,esp. the last two stanzas, as is the video!

Susan said...

MMMM. Each of your images is restrained to a richness that makes that ordinary wish an extraordinary find.

kaykuala said...

whose once sapling branches
have interlaced, become
dependent upon the other

But the young hearts remain forever young despite the interlacing branches. Nicely Marge!


Susie Clevenger said...

So beautiful Margaret. Such a profound gift to find lasting love.

Brian Miller said...

glad you got your are right we all want to be loved...and sometimes, we find that...beautiful piece margaret...

Lolamouse said...

Love the image of the oaks entwined! It's wonderful when we get our wishes!

Mama Zen said...

Really lovely, Margaret. That first stanza is absolutely perfect.

gabrielle said...

It is an ordinary wish to be loved intensely, so very human. And exquisite when we find it reflected in our beloved. I am so happy that you found a love that is enduring, sheltering, perfect.

Kay L. Davies said...

How wonderful it must be when two young hearts entwine unto eternity.
A beautiful write, Margaret. I enjoyed it very much.

Kerry O'Connor said...

How clever to see the tunnel itself as the protective arms of the lover. A life-long relationship of love is something to treasure.

Hannah said...

I'd just love to see the world through your eyes, Margaret!!

What a truly extraordinary vision you've given this tunnel of

I love the entwining of the sapling limbs the dependency that grows as they passionately beautiful.

Thank you so much for writing!

Helen said...

.. a love poem! I'm hoping you have a chance to read this aloud to your other half ........

Sherry Blue Sky said...

I especially love "for his world to arch over my days, protecting, cherishing, sharing" - that is real love, beautifully expressed.

Fireblossom said...

This simply delights me.

Emma Major said...

Beautiful and full of love