Aching giggle

For Quadrille#27 on "giggle"
This one depicts a raw emotion of laughing at one's own past and accepting it as inanity out of innocence


Wind hums music; calm and low,
muffled within is vortex of emotions-
 with ages receded red rose charm -
Once where rested my innocence,
cradles lullaby today to your na├»ve –
Separated from me; you stand with another and one,
Past, is now, only giggles.



Comments

  1. I sure do love the idea of the past only being able to giggle - in all its imperfections, all its regrets reduced to one sound that might somehow, now, bring us joy.

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  2. I think that even so the giggle might be a relieaf

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  3. Maturity giggles at past innocence; Nice!!!

    much love..

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  4. I understand this. I can now giggle at past innocence - though always didn't giggle then...
    Kind regards
    Anna :o]

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  5. I like the idea of the past being giggles.

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  6. Happy that we can all in some way relate to the poem. Thank you all my friends :)

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  7. Love your perspective ... 'Past, is now, only giggles' ... sigh

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  8. One just laughs it off when reminiscing on the past. That's normally the case!

    Hank

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  9. The ending line brings relief with the past gone ~

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  10. Thanks for the comments and appreciation, Sanaa, Hank and Grace :)

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