I have been writing a lot of poetry this week. First time. As a good writer would, I have also been spending a lot of time reading and re/reading Pablo Neruda's 20 Love Poems. I may share some of his writing in the future but for now, here's my attempt at writing a love poem.
Also, I have decided that Friday is DI=VA Romance Day. If you are connected to me on Facebook you probably already know that my buddy Hans and I are working on a workshop about finding and keeping love. The reason for our exploration in this realm is that through work with clients we noticed that lack of romantic love is a major source of pain and dissatisfaction in the lives of beautiful, successful, and fierce people. Conversely, those individuals who are in love, are more optimistic, daring, compassionate and serene. Obviously, there's room to investigate and grow here. As always, I/we aim to contribute and teach others how to find eternal and internal happiness within, with company and when she is alone. We believe romantic love is a major part of the happiness equation and deserves to get some serious attention from us. So stay tuned! For now, may you have a romantic weekend for one, 2, 3, 4...
Beautiful and solitary
like a flood
in my heart.
When I see you
my eyes shine
over you my love
an eclipse of
sunshine your love
burns through the coldness
of my flesh.
there's depth in ravenous passion,
fire meets fire
love meets love,
Share your romance words with me in the comments section. *wink*
p.s. There's a whole lot more on romance in my ebook, The Holy Grail of Life Coaching. Please don't tell me you haven't read it...It's only $4.99 on Smashwords.com!!
Yaromil Fong-Olivares is a life coach and personal power blogger residing in New York City. Contact her for coaching, training, writing, and speaking gigs at email@example.com. To purchase my ebook THE HOLY GRAIL OF LIFE COACHING, click here.