By Charles Robert Lindholm The pain has ended but the memories remain playing hide and seek Copyright © 2017 Charles Robert Lindholm - All Rights Reserved Come And Rummage Through My Archive Here And On My Blog!
By Charles Robert Lindholm 2-12-2017 at 3:30 p.m. I wish I would stay angry the way they say I should But I've learned that letting go makes me feel so good I've had my share of heartaches I've shed my share of tears but when not caring finally comes the hurting disappears … Continue reading THANK YOU FOR LEAVING ME
By Charles Robert Lindholm Forgiveness has not kept me from remembering I want to forget Copyright © 2017 Charles Robert Lindholm, The Reluctant Poet - All Rights Reserved Please Come And Rummage Through My Archive Here And On My Blog!!
By Charles Robert Lindholm She set off an emotional nuclear explosion when she said, “I want a divorce” I was blinded by a burning truth searing my soul the shock wave of her words wounded my heart the devastation was complete it destroyed our home our family and our dreams of a … Continue reading AN EMOTIONAL NUCLEAR EXPLOSION
By Charles Robert Lindholm Letting Go Was Never Easy For Me I Believe In Happily Ever After And My Heart Hates My Mind Telling It What To Do! Copyright © 2019 Charles Robert Lindholm - All Rights Reserved Inspired From 3 Line Tales - Week 159 On WordPress.Com Please Come And Explore My Archives Here … Continue reading 3 LINE TALES – 159 – LETTING GO WAS NEVER EASY FOR ME
By Charles Robert Lindholm Jagged pieces uneven edges of a broken heart that dared to hope that dared to love a jigsaw puzzle that takes time to piece back together and time to heal Uneven edges of a broken heart can mend trust can grow and love return I'm glad it did for me! Copyright … Continue reading UNEVEN EDGES
By Charles Robert Lindholm In disbelief, He described her exact words to me they were: unambiguous definitive descriptive emotional heated final and specific she said, "I don't love you anymore, I want a divorce". © 2017 Charles Robert Lindholm
By Charles Robert Lindholm Hiding Behind The Number In A Box On The Current Month Of A Calendar Neatly Organized By Years In Your Mind Lurking In The Shadows Of The Past Lie Calendar Memories Good Or Bad Favored Or Not The Very Thought Of The Date Releases Them From The Place Deep In Your … Continue reading CALENDAR MEMORIES
By Charles Robert Lindholm Poetry = Therapy for the soul Copyright © 2017 Charles Robert Lindholm - All Rights Reserved Please come explore my Archives on The Cafe and my blog!!
By Charles Robert Lindholm The pain has ended but the memories remain playing hide and seek Copyright © 2017 Charles Robert Lindholm - All Rights Reserved