Letting Go Shall Be A Relief To Liberate Yourself!

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When it is time

To let go

Of the feelings you stored in your soul,

And the things you believe it is true,

You have to loose your grasps

And allow the Divine

To make the decision for you.

There maybe facts and factors

Keeping your hope alive,

There maybe dreams and instincts

Redirecting your perceptions in life,

But, letting go shall be a relief

To liberate yourself,

And help you get over every single grief.

Let go

If you have to,

Because Not every dream can come true.

Redo your thinking,

Rerun the programing.

When you eventually make it through,

You transform and upgrade

With all the prices previously paid,

A more promising life awaits for you.

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Hi, how is everything?

Today’s question:

Pick among fruits such as Grapes, Prunes, Plums, and Peaches, make a 3 line poem or Haiku:

Jingle’s Entry:

Grapesย  are fun,

Plums are funnier,

Prunes are the funniest!

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Your Entry:

______ are fun,

______are funnier,

______are the funniest.

Wishingย  YOU A FUN Day!

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38 thoughts on “Letting Go Shall Be A Relief To Liberate Yourself!

  1. wow u are keeping busy today lol, everytime I see my blog roll u have another post, well done u, ok this is my entry…

    Pommegranites are fun
    peaches are funnier
    goosberrys are the funniest…:)

    thanks friend..:)

  2. The poem rings so true to me, Jingle! Let things go, and you’ll be happier all around. Let the bad energy go to fill up with good, and give the good away in kind. What a wonderful(er) world it will be when that is our collective consciousness.

    A grape in a cape
    Watched prunes beneath the moon
    Dancing with peaches on beaches.

    1. wow, Jannie:

      You have HIDDEN GIFTS in WORDS too,
      see, you poem is filled with humor, imagination, and joy.
      Every single line shows wisdom and bliss… ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

      May I say I feel “nonplussed”?

      You go, friend, thank you for sharing your STAR STYLE to the audience.
      You very cool friend, I cherish your timeless art here.

      so long.

  3. Are you feeling the blues,Jingle? lol
    A real nice poem, simple yet so deep.

    here goes nothing…

    Limes are fun,
    Lemons are funnier,
    Lemongrasses are the funniest.

    I am really not good at this…

    1. Hello, Shakira:

      No, I am feeling pink all over.

      A poem is an emotion, if there is no issue, no drama, right?
      Thank you for the compliment, and your entry is PERFECT! ๐Ÿ™‚

      Be confident, I only started writing Haiku in recent 5 weeks, everyone can do it if you spend time, think about it, and try!
      As you see, you did amazing job. ๐Ÿ™‚ :).

  4. First the Haiku

    Kiwi is fun
    Starfruit is funnier
    Coconut is funniest

    Your poem about letting go is good advice for those who grip too tightly to past pain. Grudge holding is a waste of time that only hurt the holder. I’ve had to let go of a lot of persecution and also unfulfilled dreams, but in the end, we all die and it is how well you loved that really matters. Thank you for writing this Jingle, it is well done. hugs

    1. Hello, Val:

      It is sooooooooo exciting to see you slide in gracefully without any noise. ๐Ÿ™‚

      First, I love your Haiku, to my surprise, I like all the fruits in your poem, now you remind me that they are FUN, their become invaluable to me.

      As I always know, you have very unique and convincing way using WORDS. I can predict that, YOU GO MAINSTREAM SOON IN BLOGGING!

      Thank you for the enthusiasm and smiles you bring to me.

      Fly safely, Go home Proudly, Val. “HUGS” BACK, my friend.

    1. Dear Keli:

      How pleasant to see you in. I am grateful for your encouragement.

      I love your Haiku, mango smells soooooooooo fresh and cool, and pineapples are cute and yes, they are the funniest…:) ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

      Very Impressive entry, Keli,
      Keep writing Haiku on your own, you have the nature for it. :).

    1. Hi, Pat

      You finally made it, Brave, Witty, and Persistent Woman!
      It brings smiles to my face to see you unlock the door and make it through.
      In this particular case, I am very happy that you DID NOT LET GO. No barrier between us, Jesus loves you and you pass his test, he let you in.

      Sweet Dreams.
      Jingle :). ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. I loved Letting Go! It is such a great poem especially for a new year and a new start. It is nice to wipe the slate clean and start anew. Its hard to come to the realization that some things just aren’t meant to be or possible for now. Or that somethings will always be and you can’t change them if you try. Beautiful and heartfelt – I love it!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog today ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Dear Kim Berly:

      How wonderful to have you here and have a look.
      Your interpretations are rather sense-making, and your WORDS are as beautiful as the rising sun in the morning, full of wisdom, energy, and light.

      glad to meet and communicate, welcome back again.

      I love your blog too, full of wonders and insights ๐Ÿ™‚ :).

    1. Hello, Bananaz:

      Thank you for the kind remarks.

      Creative Haiku you got there, I believe it is very cool, ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚
      You have keen sense and vivid imagination.

  6. I’ll never believe all my dreams aren’t possible, no matter what anyone says!

    Right are fun,
    Left are funnier,
    Up are the funniest.

    Why should choices be limited
    to food?

    thanks for your visit to ESR

    1. Dear SnaggleTooth:

      You are absolutely right, imagination is everything, I did not say give up and stop dreaming, my poem refers to those who have failed to have part of their dreams coming true…

      for example, you want to publish a poem, you got rejected several times, in this case, you keep dreaming and keep working on it, but LETTING GO OF THOSE FEW PUBLISHERS AND HOPE FOR SUCCESS FROM DIFFERENT PUBLISHER, …

      I love your Haiku, ๐Ÿ™‚ :).

      I give a food example so that some of the readers can have some ideas how to start, of course, not limited to food..

      I enjoyed your comment. wishing you an awesome day ahead.

  7. Very nice jingle!
    Although, I think all dream CAN come true! In some form, in some way.
    Beautiful entry for today!

    My kids are fun,
    My husband is funnier,
    I AM the funniest.

    lol!

  8. Nice thoughts and ideas ๐Ÿ™‚
    But i do think that any dream is possible – you don’t have to let go at all ๐Ÿ™‚
    But I like your perspective!
    Have a lovely, thought inspiring day,
    KJ

    1. Hello, KJ:

      Thank you for the honest thoughts, when it comes to youth, we encourage them to dream BIG, achieve BIG, I am 41 years old, thus from my own experiences, not all my dreams have come true…

      subjective barriers, words of discouragement, and stereotypes..name a few, these have made my life less smooth…

      you are promising in everything, I wish you a better life!
      Cheers! ๐Ÿ™‚

      1. Jingle:

        Why listen to the discouragement or stereotypes? Break free and live life!
        41 is hardly old, I know someone who’s 50, training for an iron man triathlon, even though in school he was told he had to focus on only one part of the sport…or how about people like Jane Austen who succeed in their dreams after they die? Soul, spirit, love and words live on forever!
        You can do whatever you want, no matter what age or anything else! I know you’re probably thinking I’m being young and naive, but consider some of the biggest current achievers (Obama – he ain’t young, but he sure has reached the top).
        And an unsmooth life isn’t a problem; it’s useful – it gives experiences and thoughts – it allows you to excel further!

        But then again, I am a big believer in following the heart and deciding destiny, something I know very few others to actually do (rather than simply thinking it)…so maybe I am just being a bit unusual ๐Ÿ˜›

        Anyway, enough on that, keep writing, and you will achieve any dream you dare consider…and I stand by that!
        KJ

        1. KJ:

          I appreciate your positive thoughts and insightful reflections. Yes, I agree with you with many things.

          Age is not my obstacles, I mentioned age to show you that my marriage experiences, my raising kids experiences, my own career ambition experiences…all these have huge impact on my perspective.

          You have advantages I may never have, I wish you well, KJ. life is hard at times, you will understand my perspective very well 20 years later.

  9. I know you said fruits … but I’m stepping out of the box ..

    Baking is fun,
    Blogging is funner (!!)
    Reading Jingle is funnest (!!!!)

    Good reminder in your poem … just let go and let God.

    Happy day to you!

    1. Good morning, CottageGirl:

      What a sweet treat to see you in. :).

      You, I, and many other fellow blogger agree on that, sometimes we must let go!
      Reading Jingle is the funniest to you, how kind of you to think that way?

      I enjoy your company very much, hope to see you often.
      Please feel free to stop in and have a say. ๐Ÿ™‚ :).

      jingle

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