About

This writing was originally on another site. It was locked for a time, as it is so personal that I didn’t know if I wanted anyone to see it. It is difficult for me to let people see this part of me. All of this is written for someone who holds my heart in his hand, and always will, though he may not know it. These are just thoughts from my heart that tumble out from time to time.  My header is the painting Flaming June by Frederick Lord Leighton.  The first time I saw it, I fell in love with it and, in fact, have my own framed copy.   The following is from The Bridges of Madison County.  Someone sent it to me as it reminded her of my site.  It spoke to my heart so truly that I had to post it here. 

“I have been falling from the rim of  a great, high place, somewhere back in time, for many more years than I have lived in this life.  And through all of those years, I have been falling toward you.”

30 thoughts on “About

  1. I’m curious about your writings. I believe that they are yours, yet I am finding that a blogger on Myspace has been using your writing and claiming it as their own. I have been a lil suspecting of this for the past few weeks. Each time a blog is posted on their site, I would copy a sentence and do a search in Google. Your blog would always show up in the search results.

    If you would like to know which blog this is, let me know.

  2. Thank you for this information. I do have copyrights on my work as a couple of poems have been published.

  3. Peace Goldenferi,

    I’ve just stumbled across your blog. May the Beloved enfold you in wings of Love evermore. More please

    I’d like to link to this blog, with your permission of course. 🙂

    Peace

    Abdur Rahman

  4. Beautiful, just beautiful. I know these feelings. For me they are indescribable joys! Tears come but no words.

    Thankyou,

  5. Goldenferi, these are very beautiful love letters and truly writtn from the heart. Thanks for sharing these soul filled letters and poems; they remind me of cool summer nights with the ceiling fan and windows open, with curtains billowing from a gentle breeze and a gentle rain. They remind me of my youth. Thanks so much for the beautiful memories of days gone by. . .

    Thought I’d share a little of Aretha Franklin’s song, share your love, I think you’d like it.

    It’s an evil wind
    That blows no good
    It’s a sad heart
    That won’t love like I know it should
    And Oh how lonesome
    You must be
    And It’s a shame
    If You don’t share your love with me

    Here’s the video link . . . enjoy

    Peace, Light and Love
    CordieB

  6. Hi,
    I found this blog as I was looking to see if anyone out there had managed to put in words these feelings.. You have captured them just right.
    I, too, love someone very special and people maybe think I am insane for saying I would wait for this man who lives far far away for as long as I have to since no one else compares to what he is and what he creates in me.

    Thank you for sharing your thougts!

  7. I think your writing captures the essence of love and yearning as much as anything written before. Whoever it is that has your “heart in his hand,” is a blind mooncalf for not gorging on it.

  8. So, do you suggest this man is figurative, and that he has your heart but has not met you yet? If not, why would you not tell him or share this side of you with him? Time here is short to sit in longing….

    • He is very real and I have a connection to him that is something I can`t describe. You are right, Time is short and I need to write that letter.

  9. Letters are sweet and lasting, but action is bliss…One of my favorite sayings, and a mistake I made for many years is, “The world can only be grasped by action, not contemplation.” Take a lesson from Adam, reach out and touch…..

  10. Hmmm….well oceans were meant to be crossed, or else they wouldn’t have currents! Love is meant to be expressed or it wouldn’t drive us to make web pages devoted to it…lol… I am starting to wonder why some one would have no idea that you gave your heart to them!?!?

  11. thank you for helping me believe in love again, when my feelings are racing through my mind i come to here and its a place where i can read your words and reflect on my life, and almost indulge, as i have no time in my life for sifting through the love letters in my mind, so i share yours, i am waiting for my mirror image of my feelings as i know it can be real.
    thank you so much for sharing your feelings with others, and good luck reaching the other side of the ocean, you can do it!

    • Thank you for your kind comment. It is only because this person I write of, made me believe in love again that this blog exists. I found him in February of 2006 and my life has never been the same. I’m glad you like the blog.

  12. thank you for helping me believe in love again, when my feelings are racing through my mind i come to here and its a place where i can read your words and reflect on my life, and almost indulge, as i have no time in my life for sifting through the love letters in my mind, so i share yours, i am waiting for my mirror image of my feelings as i know it can be real.thank you so much for sharing your feelings with others, and good luck reaching the other side of the ocean, you can do it!
    +1

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  14. I encourage all of you to find, appreciate, and remember the love of your life. Now into my eighties, and having lost the love of my life to Alzheimer’s after 58 years of marriage, all I can do is reflect upon how truly lucky I am to have known such an undying, unwavering connection.

    I recently published a memoir, “My Life With Rita, The Love of My Life” that chronicles our story. It’s a tribute to the woman who will always have my heart, my precious Rita.

    Continue documenting your thoughts, feelings and emotions. There will surely be days you’ll seek refuge in the comfort of your own words. And above all else, love with all your heart; it’s the greatest gift we all are awarded and have the ability to return.

    Best,
    Jim Booksh
    “My Life With Rita, The Love of My Life”
    http://mylifewithritatheloveofmylife.tumblr.com/

  15. I know this well. I’ve known my soul twin since the age of 12. In my case, we are meant for others in this life, but I’ve traveled to all corners of the earth and he has always been with me, and he always will be. I love your words.

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