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Amy Valentina

36 years old from India


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Stuck

2020-11-12
So beautifully written that it gives a kind of sweet pain...yes, we know it hurts, yet we dwell in the shadows of our past.
Thank you for sharing this.


The Flower of beauty

2020-11-09
Simplicity at its best.


a mime that likes dialogue

2020-11-09
There's a certain translucense in your writings that quite enjoyable, relatable and thought provoking.
It's witty and sophisticated at the same time.
Keep writing, I love your work.

Regards,
Amy


The Cremation of Sam McGee

2020-11-08
So deep and introspective.


Constorts

2020-11-03
A clamor given form... I like the rhyme and the wistfulness.
Thank you for sharing.


writing with meraki

2020-11-03
So intense and pensive... thank you


A Modest Wit

2020-11-02
l love poems like these... they are so witty and sharp like a nail in the head.
Selleck Osborn - applaud


Winter woman by Ann Wood

2020-11-02
So beautiful and picturesque.
Love it.


IT'S ALL ABOUT TIMEING OV AGE

2020-11-02
So poignant...
I wonder where I belong.


waiting

2020-10-29
Ya, we are all waiting for everything to be back to normal and multihued again. Expressed so well.


desire

2020-10-29
The flow here is so smooth. I felt like flowing with it. Thanks.


The bare neccesities of life?

2020-10-29
This made me laugh...thank you for the joy


chemistry

2020-10-29
Never is a long time

Wonderfully refreshing.


Snow Falls

2015-03-14
Beautiful !!


SOME TIMES I'M ASKED

2013-08-07
So true.... I will continue living forever in the memories of my dear ones and through the smiles of people who read my work after I m gone....
Lovely Ken!!

LOL,
Amy


Why We Call It Passing Away

2013-08-07
I have always loved reading your work. They are thoughtful with a profoundness that's rare. The most powerful verse in this one for me is "Not by what is gained but by what is lost"... It really makes me wonder why we are so sad most of the times and why can't we be happy for what we have rather than being sad for what we don't have...
Beautiful one...

LOL,
Amy


Found

2012-12-20
Feelings are intense and deep and I love this piece so much... Free spirit, love of the man you love and in the presence of God 's awesomeness are certainly beautiful and intense feelings.
Made me relate so well.

Keep it up!!
LOL,
Amy


"7"autumn haiku

2012-12-20
Lovely...
I like the first and second the most.

LOL,
Amy


Oh didn't the year fly by...

2012-12-11
Every year as the Christmas season draws near, this feeling n realization that the year just flew becomes so overpowering...
Your poem is just so bright and festive....
Good work..

LOL,
Amy


We All Die Unhealed

2012-12-04
Lovely story, dear!!

LOL,
Amy


Lonely December

2012-12-04
I don't know why but the emotions seem so familiar to me.. When we want people around us the most, unfortunately its then that we are so lonely...
Beautifully nostalgic.

LOL,
Amy


Musings on Change

2012-12-01
Indeed pleasant...

I used to wake up in the early morns
With sun's soft kisses and tender warmth
And now the nights have lengthened
And the early morns are wispy, misty lingerings
Of foggy unendings and breaths...

Happy Winters!!!
Amy


Love Late in Life

2012-12-01
Loving someone and being loved by someone always feels great. However, sometimes... most of the times... in (early love) the commitment needed to keep loving someone and sharing lives till the end seems such a difficult thing to do.
Your advice and the poem both are splendidly beautiful.
To love someone knowing all that love entails and keep loving that someone thru'out one's life is something that I would like to do as well.
Very warm and introspective.

LOL,
Amy


Under a Bed of Lies

2012-11-29
Hi,
This piece is just so intense, so beautifully and meaningfully crafted.
And I just wish for you that may you find that hope, trust, love and faith in your heart again.
Maybe somethings are easier said than done.
Maybe the woman who betrayed the young man didn't know what she might lose.
Awaiting a happier sequel...

LOL,
Amy


Miles Apart but Still Near

2012-11-08
Thank you dearest for the wonderful thoughts.

Even if I were a butterfly
I would chase the seagulls and fly to you
I won't mind my tired broken wings
Because I would find rest and peace beside you.

LOL,
Amy


I feel your touch

2012-10-25
Lovely imagery... I esp. like the first stanza and the verse "they roll into the corner of my eyes"
LOL,
Amy


The journey

2012-10-20
It is sad and happy and beautiful and romantic and so much more or all that it could be...
Very lovely write...

LOL,
Amy


First Frost

2012-10-17
Hi,
You reminded me of some of my good old days. So, I have put up something for you and your grandson (The Sea of Dandelions).
And also a reminder that spring comes around every year :)

LOL,
Amy


Anamnesis

2012-10-13
Lovely.
God couldn't be present with us physically so He created mothers.

LOL,
Amy


Up In The Sky

2012-10-12
Lovely poem....
And so true...
Keep it up.

LOL,
Amy


Rockaway

2012-10-12
Summers used to be such pleasant delights some years back... I recalled my summers when I was in school - swimming in the stream, eating mangoes, sleeping in the portico and watching the twinkling stars...
Loved every word of your muse...

LOL,
Amy


You Said.......

2012-10-10
Going through the same ordeal...
But still I hope that someday, i may find someone who can love me just the way i am...
Beautiful emotions....

LOL,
Amy


Life as it comes...

2012-04-04
Lovely poem and so true...

LOL,
Amy


March Night

2012-03-29
The best way I can appreciate 'March Night' is to simply say, your poem took me there and I vividly remember watching the stars, esp. the constellation 'The Big Dipper' popularly known as 'Saptarishi' in India.

LOL,
Amy


The wave on the ocean of love

2012-03-27
We are all but a lost wave
Floating unmindful yet mindful on the ocean of love
Searching endlessly and yet not knowing
We are where we ought to be
O the ocean of love.

Had to be a poetical response.
Truly amazing!!!

LOL,
Amy


Stranger

2012-03-20
A bitter truth of life... yearning to love back though it may hurt... exposed beautifully.
Cheers.

LOL,
Amy


dream house

2012-03-19
Idyllic... I just wish I were born in the 18th century. Thanks for posting this beautiful poem on poetbay.

LOL,
Amy


WOW! You're Growing up

2012-03-16
God bless you and your son :) Have a wonderful day Liz!!
When he grows up and reads this piece, he will realize that this is the best birthday gift he has received today.

LOL,
Amy


Happy-tude

2012-03-16
Interesting and very rhythmic.

LOL,
Amy


Brave Tear Drops...

2012-03-16
Awesome...

LOL,
Amy


Being me

2012-03-15
So Simple and yet so profound...
Enjoyed reading it.

LOL,
Amy


Words

2012-03-14
Words are indeed words...

LOL,
Amy


The humble flower of not-knowing

2012-03-14
Age old wisdom... Now I know how mothers and grandmothers know you are in love even before you do.

LOL,
Amy


Nothing there

2012-03-14
Though it says 'Nothing there' I found an amazing piece of poem.
Simple
Often true
Sad
Beautiful.

LOL,
Amy


On a Line by James Wright

2012-03-07
There is so much in love and your poem put so much more meaning into it. Love it.

LOL,
Amy


Vinnen - The Wind

2012-03-07
Simple and so beautiful... 'So I Fly'

LOL,
Amy


The March Of Time

2012-02-22
Beautiful rhyming scheme...
Wonderful timeless theme...
Stunning writing...

LOL,
Amy


Nature's Grace

2012-02-21
Had a similar feeling while driving on the way to Khardungla Top (Ladakh, India), the highest motorable road in the world. You can see stretches and stretches of desolate beauty and feel you do not belong here and yet somehow you belong by 'Nature's Grace'.
Thanks a lot for sharing.

LOL,
Amy


Just a walk in the park

2012-01-20
Hi Shells,

Life indeed is a walk in the park and to realize it one must take "Just a walk in the park".
Beautiful and truthful!!!

LOL,
Amy


Dark Discovery

2010-12-06
Very nice portrayal, Nick!!!
Loved it...

LOL,
Amy