Teela Hart

Surviving Domestic Violence

Twilight 

19 Comments


Elusive is twilight

Hangs on the brink

Gives us a show

Natures ink

Split the sky

Day and night

Dark and light

In one embrace

No loneliness here

Tears stream down my face

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Author: Teela Hart

I am a mother, daughter, sister and domestic violence survivor.

19 thoughts on “Twilight 

  1. Just wondering where you’ve been….

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  2. Powerful stuff! I’ve missed you and your blog.

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  3. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    OOOOOOOOOOOO—SO BEAUTIFUL!!!!!

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  4. I like the photos Teela! 🙂

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  5. Elusive is Freedom,
    its metallic ring,
    in another’s ear,
    not here,
    not mine,

    A distant sky,
    ever cradling,
    stars and sunlight,
    together twinkling,
    a true fire-fight,
    before the day’s final light.

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  6. Beautiful, Teela. So wonderful to read your words again. ❤

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  7. My beautiful friend! I have missed you, your post & have thought of you often. I did not want to text as I was not sure of your safety. Your photos are stunning! And the poem with them, simple, yet so powerful. No more tears my beautiful Teela~ ❤

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    • It’s so good to hear from you Tela. I missed the hell outta you too. The scenery and sheer beauty of the mountain regions have a healing power. Thank you for stoppin by.
      Big hugs and lots a love.
      💜💜

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  8. Beautiful, Teela. We don’t need any other words. 🙂

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  9. your images has deep meaning and I can’t find the words!

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