Why Promise…

 

It seems so easy a promise to make

Yet keeping a word is always at stake

Words are found when needed to say

Yet not around come the due day

Forever and always and ever as well

Simple to use and easy to tell

Tomorrow and after and further ahead

May never come for the things you said 

Words are wasted when you don’t intend

A promise means nothing comes the end

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About Sam

Cerca Trova is the Latin for ” Seek and you Shall Find “…. I’ve been in constant search for meaningful answers to many issues in my life..i have found some and many are still missing… I found answers in music, in poetry,in other’s words,and my personal experience… Yet I’m still seeking answers for so much more… I would love to share with you what I’ve found so far,and take you along on my journey in seeking the rest…
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26 Responses to Why Promise…

  1. Jingle says:

    It seems so easy a promise to make

    Yet keeping a word is always at stake..

    lovely rhymes, I choose this piece as your entry, hope that you enjoy the fun visiting others…

    Happy Monday.
    Glad to have you today.
    🙂

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  3. magher1 says:

    Love your rhymes! 🙂 We sometimes don’t realize how much our words can mean to somebody.They can give hope, encourage, but also hurt and disappoint if we don’t keep our word in this case…

  4. They say promises are made to be broken, but I don’t agree. That shouldn’t be the case.

    I like the rhyming and the flow! Happy New Year! 🙂

    • Sam says:

      Thanks for your comment and Happy New Year to you too. Unfortunately promise most of the times end up to be broken…May be it is human nature…I guess it goes back to Adam and Eve…:-)

  5. Lu Ann says:

    Auch! They say that promises are better when they´re left unspoken… I wonder if out there someone can truly stick to their promises, besides God of course.

  6. jonklassay says:

    I think what you wrote is beautiful, and I feel a personal connection to it… I’m curious who broke what promise.

    • Sam says:

      Thank you Jon,
      It is somehow related to many aspects in life,work,friendship,relationships,etc…lately it was a work related issue. Too bad promises are always broken.

  7. Promises sincerely meant sometimes and still easily broken.

    Fine work here. Enjoyed the poem a lot.

    Hope you are enjoy Rally and visits and visitors. Happy 2011.

  8. Rashmi says:

    Beautiful poem with nice rhymes.The anger is really felt.

  9. kyoichi says:

    i tend to let go of empty but safe phrases like “maybe” and “later”

    in truth, it’s when i say those words that i feel the most apathy towards a given situation.

    glad i came up with that after reading this.

    -kyogakura

  10. fiveloaf says:

    lovely.. keeping promises is what trust are made of.. mines here-http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2010/02/14/hunger/

  11. ladynimue says:

    So simple and so true .. I wish people gave more value to their words 🙂

  12. gracefulglider says:

    ‘Words are found when needed to say/
    Yet not around come the due day’

    Well scripted poem. really liked it.

    Let’s stay connected, literary 🙂

  13. Easy flow and rhyming to this poem that deals with an important issue.

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