ivor or ivor.e hogg

Hope Overcomes Experience.

I understand that love can die.
Without a cause apparently.
There is no point in asking why.
We must accept that agony
replaces erstwhile ecstasy
We used to share so long ago.
So we decide reluctantly
the time has come we must let go.
We can retain fond memories
or do our damndest to forget
though neither can be done with ease.
Because we are not ready yet.
No doubt we’ll fall in love again
undeterred by our past pain.

Thursday,27 May 2010
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  • Helen Vorst (5/28/2010 5:12:00 PM)

    Love this. Indeed, one day you realize that when a bloom fades, some kind of beauty lies in just letting it go.

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