To lose love, that is the essence of the poem that the poetess Pendomonium wrote. We all experience deep emotions when it comes to love. There is no difference what the object of affection is or was. To lose love is something that can inspire to write poetry. In this case, good poetry. This is the poem Polishing.
There is much to say about how people experience love and how intense those feelings are when the relationship ends. Polishing is that poem: it’s the inspiration you are in need of, those words that are strong enough to describe this feeling. It also tells us, that there are moments you feel insecure about the ideas you had about love.
The poetess told us, about the smoothing of souls:
“We are souls interacting with souls, no matter what form they take. “
This is beautiful, but what happens when it all breaks apart? What is left is the painful process. It also leads to a moment when you realize, you have grown or you want to.
What Pendomonium gives as an advice is that we can be great, no matter how small you are. It is true; the greatest strength comes from within. That is what this poetess wants us to know. A beautifully written poem that shows us there is more to think about.
I don’t know
Which god put us
Together… So much
Short term pain. Me
Teaching you restraint,
You forcing me to see the
Wisdom in standing up to and
Constraining destructive carelessness
On a daily basis.
It’s a very harsh gear set,
Grinding soul against muscle,
Bone caging wild beast.
Perhaps it isn’t the god of
Good versus evil, but
Reward versus work, forbearance
Building tolerance and acceptance.
Maybe I’ve been wrestling with
The wrong theology all along.
So, what is your story? What is there to write about your love? Submit your poems to us, so we can promote your work. Just like we did for this poetess. Your work will not only be shared on this website. We will also promote your work on social media. Facebook, to name just one example.