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... yes, it takes many times angles to bare life and its content. great writing. please have a good new week.daily athens
Beautiful words...I had a similar thought process with my submission this week.
Those angels sure can capture the pain.
Hello, this poem is filledwith tears...oh but lovely tears.
Melanie, I really like this one - it speaks to the past, present and future with such wonder.
This is lovely. The tears are lovely in their sorrow,
Talk of angels and I find it all so beautiful..doesn't matter if it comes out of sorrow sometimes.. that too is beautiful..loved your take on the prompt.. Well haven't seen you visiting my page for quite some time.. what do you say...
Thanks so much "daily athens" for reading my work. Angels are very special to me. I am glad you liked it.Melanie
Sweetest in the Gale. Thank you for stopping by and I loved your poem. It was beautiful.Melanie
Yes Sandy, they can. I have a love of graveyard stone angles. Thanks for reading my work.Melanie
Cynthia, so glad you liked my poem and thanks for your kind comment.Melanie
Thanks Sue, your words mean a great deal to me. Glad you liked it.Melanie
Ramesh, so sorry I haven't been to your site. First it was the very hot summer that keep me off line as we do not have central air. Then I spent a week in hospital. I will be stopping by today. So happy that you liked my work.Melanie
Sarah, Much thanks for stopping by and I am glad you liked my poem.Melanie
"built from sorrow's tears"...wow, great line. Sad and haunting "where once love did bide..."
Much thanks SBS. I am glad you liked my poem. I somehow always think of graveyards angels when I think of monuments.Melanie
I love stone angels, there's a mystique about them that I cannot explain. Yet you have captured the essence so well in your Haiku.
CE, thanks again for your kind comment. Glad you liked it.Melanie
Hi Melanie, this quite poignant, about love... :)you did truly express one aspect of love... :)
beuautiful poem. i LOVE stone angels and are fascinated by them. perfect interpretation for the prompt.
this is sad. each angle can be interpreted differently :-)
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Edna St. Vincent Millay
My candle burns at both ends;
It will not last the night;
But ah, my foes, and oh, my friends-
It gives a lovely light!