When Heart Fails to Find Its Way Home

Like a Kite.4

Home says:

It’s okay.
You don’t have to explain
why you’re away,
where are you at,
who you’re with,
why you’re there
(and not here).

It’s not because,
I am not
to hear your story;
I am not concerned
at all;
Or I am not taking
your word for it.

It’s just that,
to know you’re well
and safe,
and happy–
and HAPPY–
I am but relieved.

For more than
this silly wish
to be with you–
I always pray–
always, always pray–
for your happiness–
even if it means,
us, being always apart;
or being away from each other for so long;
or you, being forever far away
from me.

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When Heart Finds Its Way Home


16 thoughts on “When Heart Fails to Find Its Way Home

    • I am, Francis. Thank you! I am actually worried of you. Coz I keep checking for a new post . . . But it’s okay. For as long as you’re fine and healthy. Thanks again. = )

      • Thanks Aina, my health has been an issue of late, but not bad enough to worry me. I will be visiting hospital next week, so a little prayer would be very helpful. The main block to posting is the age of my computer, which is so agonisingly slow at writing every single letter. In a few weeks I hope be able to buy a new mac, and then I can return to posting fairly frequently. Thank you again, Aina, for your concern, and, good luck to you, from this Irish man, in all that you do.

  1. Happiness is where the heart is, and the heart (even when far away) is always connected to a place called home…even if it is never to return. Beautiful words, of remembering and yet also letting go.

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