Sometimes Silver Linings are Blue

Sorry Not Sorry

The Wreckage

Missing those beautiful baby blues
My tears use them as a creative muse
Quickly breaking the speed of sound
No more thumping can be found

flatline

Scouring the wreckage of my heart
Searching for a beat to slowly start
Finding a broken vessel in need of a crew
Navigating waters of the deep sea blue

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Carisa Adrienne

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93 thoughts on “The Wreckage

  1. Ádhamh on said:

    Simply beautiful, Carisa.

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  2. tarnishedsoul on said:

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  3. Holy. That was amazing. You’re amazing.

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  4. lovely poem ….with beautiful symbolism

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  5. Always beautiful Carisa, why not forget the crew and steer?

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  6. Carisa, beautiful and heartbreaking. We do hold on to the wreckage/memories, I’m not sure why that is, maybe just in order to feel something. Always wonderful writing. Please enjoy your day. Much love, Mia ❤

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    • Mia!!! How I love your presence!!! Always makes me smile 😃 I don’t know why we hold onto memories that hurt us so much. I don’t want to think about the bad times because I’m focusing on the good times. However, those memories that make me blue seem to follow me. I just can’t swim fast enough to shake them. Maybe I need swim lessons. Lol 🙂 or life lessons. ❤️ Oh Mia, you’ve got me rambling. ❤️ Thank you for always supporting me and leaving the best comments!! Have a great day too!!! ❤️

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      • You’re welcome Carisa, my pleasure. Thank you for a wonderful reply. Swimming lessons, yay! I don’t believe you’re alone, these memories do have a way of floating to the surface, no matter how much we suppress them. I like to think it’s part of keeping the memories alive, both the good times and the bad. You know the yin and yang thing. But I’m a sentimentalist, at least that’s what I tell myself, ha-ha. 😉 ❤

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  7. I do know so well the deep blue sea being a nemesis and having the silky hand of friendship which can turn the other way in a blink of an eye. I always enjoy your rhyming poetry and I particularly love this video. Be well my friend

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  8. beautiful –

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  9. The wreck of the heart in the water…. amazing gif to your words, Carisa! All very touching. The song just followed me today… interesting that you posted it here too.

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  10. So much beauty comes out of that wreckage.

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  11. Pimpf on said:

    very beautiful, deep and sad and the same time , thanks again

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  12. Wowsy! A poem as stunning as its author. There’s just something about the color blue that haunts me, too. Absolutely beautiful, Carisa. ❤

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  14. wwwpalfitness on said:

    I’m glad you’re back around:)

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  15. Hello Carisa. I’m so glad I’ve found your blog, you write beautifully. What a wonderful blog you have here. Lovely. I do hope you’ll read mine too sometime. It was a pleasure to read yours. ❤

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  16. So beautiful!

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  17. I always love what you put on here and I love you my sweet friend! I’m finding myself adrift on the big blue sea as well. And the sea is so wide and my boat is so small.

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  18. Sounds blue 😃

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  19. Beautiful words, Carisa. I love the way you mix the photos with your gripping emotion. I didn’t know you wrote so well! I’ll have to check out more of your poetry!

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    • Awe, Dave, you’re making me smile! Thank you! I’ve always been big on presentation. Maybe I go overboard a little. I like to think of my poems as screenplays and I’m the producer of them. Lol. If that makes sense. I was at your blog again today reading old posts of yours. I tried to like and comment on a few but it wouldn’t let me. It’s happened to me several times. I think it might be my phone rather than WP. I’ve got a cracked screen. But I’ll try again when I get over there again. You’re the amazing writer. Truly you are! ❤️😉

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      • Carisa, are you trying to melt my heart again? ❤️ I do hope you are able to comment on the posts you want when it’s working again. I can’t tell you how much I enjoy reading your uplifting comments. You’re the best! 🙂 And so creative! I love that you see your poems as screenplays and you’re their producer. It makes perfect sense. I’ll go back and read more of your older work. Have a beautiful day where you are. x

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  20. So very beautiful and moving…

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  21. Grandtrines on said:

    Reblogged this on Still Another Writer's Blog.

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  22. Very beautifully penned !

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  23. Here you are “breaking the speed of sound” yourself. Is it the” tears,” or is it the “creative muse” that breaks the speed of sound? No need to answer – the poem stands on its own to create curiosity in your reader. Well done.

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    • Awe, Rusty! I never this comment! I never see when someone responds to my comments either! I apologize! I always love your comments. I admire you so much! Thank you for the kind words!!! ❤️😉

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  24. Wow! Gorgeous lines, Carisa 🙂
    You’re so profound. Hugs and kisses ❤

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  25. i m a wreck
    i do not neck
    my speck
    is in my eye
    i cannot breath
    gasping
    for love
    it is for
    me in reality
    on my bed
    in my
    head
    kinked
    even
    at the ejaculation!

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  26. love what you did here, and that song gets to all parts of me

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  27. Oh, Carisa :’)
    Your pen says it all.

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