Gabriela Marie Milton #1 Amazon Best-Selling Author, 2019 Author of the Year at Spillwords Press NYC; internationally published poet; poetry collections Woman: Splendor and Sorrow (Vita Brevis Pres, July 27, 2021); Passions: Love Poems and Other Writings (Vita Brevis Press, April, 2020)
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56 thoughts on “Pain #short prose #flash fiction”
Happy Sunday morning G,
It appears as if pain is blooming in the dark. A sad commentary when one feels their pain has no limit and is endless. Powerfully said. Amazing how so few words can say so much. But if anyone could pull off this magic, of course it would be you.
Ayy.. Good morning, Drew.
I hope it’s a beautiful one filled with whispers of palm trees.
Magic is my name 🙂 Thank you for your beautiful words. They mean a lot to me.
Have a fabulous swim today 🙂 Don’t forget the umbrella 🙂
Unlike the pain which has no center, magic has a big G in its nucleus.
Umbrella??? No rain in the forecast, but may need an umbrella anyway to protect me from thbe sun. Today is expected to be the cool day this week – 90 degreees.
May the day rain inspiring poetry over your heart and soul.
“magic has a big G in its nucleus” aw.. this morning we have a charmer among us 🙂
Protect yourself from the sun. You are not living in NYC anymore 🙂
I am totally uninspired today, and there is no rain in sight. So, there..
Looking forward to your next post!
Enjoy your Sunday!
You too Enchantress of Poetry.
lol. are you “hitting” back?
But the stem remains aglow and will continue to feed the bloom… <3
Thank you so much for your beautiful comment, Laura!
such eloquence my dear, beautiful truth
Thank you so much, Gina. I am thrilled you enjoyed it. It means a lot to me.
Did you get my comment on your post?
with those few words you say so much, i really appreciated it. yes my dear i got your comment, am now just trying to catch up with reading posts! thank you so much for stopping by and your wonderful support, always!
Thank you too, my dear. It looks like you had a great time 🙂
we did, happy to spend time with my kids
Too beautifully true. . .
Thank you, Joey. I am glad you think so.
Short but very meaningful, dear G! I feel this. I hope everything’s okay with you. Hugs and love, dear G! ❤️
Thank you so much, Winnie. I am fine, my dear. Lots of love to you!
You’re welcome, dear G! I’m happy to hear that. When you read this, I hope you woke up relaxed and have a great day.
Thank you so much, dear. Your words mean a lot to me. 🌺🌸🤗
Lovely pain like inspiration as your image -the rose between thorns.🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹 most inspiring,dear G!!
Such a sweet comment, my dearest Aruna. Thank you!
You are most welcome,my dear!!🌹🌹🌺🌺🌻🌻🌷🌷
one phrase with volumes of depth ❤️
Thank you kindly to one of my dearest friends 💕
My absolute pleasure 💕
Pain that has the enormity and infinity of a celestial blanket… Such few words, such immense implications …
My Dear R,
How well you read me. You are right. I was thinking at the fact that the universe has no center and no limits. As far as I can tell …
Thank you for reading and for this great comment.
Lots of love to you.
My lovely G, the words in both your poem and your comment have touched me deeply today, which is full of Monday, and general life, blues…
Much love to you too my friend.
Thank you so much my dearest R. I wish I could take those blues away from you and replace them with joy. Take good care of you. I mean it.
Honestly, your poetry and friendship does just that. Thank you….!
I feel the same 🙂
So eloquently said
Thank you kindly!
This hit me like a missed knife! Dear, God! Brilliant.
Aw.. thank you so much, dear!
There is no pain so great as the memory of joy in present grief. ~ Aeschylus
Charlie, thank you so much for your beautiful comment. It touches my heart. Aschylus’ words! Wow. How well they describe what I feel. May you be forever blessed. Thank you once again.
You welcome. 🙂
I knew you’d like that quote. I fits and perfectly with the topic of pain.
Bless you a million times my friend. 🙂
Thank you, Charlie. I need plenty of blessings right now.
🙂 Blessings give hope and faith…the heart feels better. 🙂
It does indeed, Charlie 🙂
It is amazing how so few words can have such a powerful impact. A great line with lovely imagery to match. I can relate deeply to your words.
Thank you so much, dear. Your words mean a lot to me.