Letters of Love




Letters of Love

letter by letter
word by word
I reach out

from fingertips flow feelings

memories alive
spirit full

my heart pours forth

I share
honest emotion

barriers down

longing for connection

rob kistner © 11/9/01




~ by Image&VerseToo on November 23, 2007.

45 Responses to “Letters of Love”

  1. Why is it so much easier to write than to speak?

  2. beautiful rob… letters shaped by your craft, your language of the heart…

  3. You just put down so many thoughts in such a small space, so beautifully. Loved this!!

  4. With words like these you don’t need to worry about making that connection. Nice job. Keep up the good work.

  5. a letter from Rob (sigh) so much nicer than a hallmark card. : }

  6. Beautiful. If only I could write like that . . .

  7. So much yet so little. A lovely piece

  8. great poem and gorgeous photo!

  9. Ah, how lovely!

  10. Yes, lovely this.

  11. quite lovely!

  12. This is such a great and sweet piece. I love the ending longing for connection. To me that is a powerful statement.

  13. …feelings are easier to handle when writing it down…
    ***longing for connection** the power of words!!!

  14. beautiful and touching 🙂

  15. Really beautiful.Loved the picture too.Well expressed.

  16. Writing comes. Speaking ties our tongue!

  17. *writing comes easy

  18. I keep coming back to the master of words

  19. Oh yeah, letter by letter, word by word, you sure captured the essence of letter writing. No better way to share thoughts, is there?

  20. I think we all do that, long for connection.
    Very nicely done..

  21. So beautiful – a true love letter.

  22. im leaning on lucy’s thoughts…sigh..

  23. Brian –

    Why indeed… 😉

  24. Lea –

    You’re kind… thank you! 😉

  25. Prats –

    Thank you! 😉

  26. Michelle –

    You are gracious… 😉

  27. Lucy –

    Oh my… I blush! 😉

  28. Jenn –

    Thank you… and you can write like that — you just need the right inspiration! ;0

  29. Keith –

    Thank you!

  30. Greggo –

    Thank you on both counts! 😉

    The photo was borrowed from a friend’s portfolio.

  31. Tunblewords –

    Thank you! 😉

  32. Jo –

    You’re kind! 😉

  33. Lissa –

    You’re quite gracious! 😉

  34. Jadey –

    Thank you!

    Longing for connection describes completely our human condition… from cradle to grave.

  35. Thinking Aloud –

    Writing allows us to focus on clarity of vision, without distraction… thus, we get closer to our heart in the matter.

  36. Sunshine –

    Thank you! 😉

  37. PS –

    Thank you, you are kind… 😉

  38. Gautami –

    For the reasons I shared with Thinking Aloud.

  39. Marja –

    You are much too gracious… 😉

  40. UL –

    The art and craft of letter writing is, I fear, slipping form the human grasp — regrettably, thanks to e-mail… 😦

  41. Rambler –

    Longing for connection is our human essence.

    Thank you! 😉

  42. Tara –

    Always nice to read a comment from you… 🙂

  43. LittleWing –

    And sigh back atcha… 😉

  44. Nice … in so many ways, Thanks Rob!

  45. Redness –

    You are welcome, in as many ways… 😉

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