the head, the heart


the head


one’s unfiltered thoughts

cold and distant word exchange

head speaking it’s mind



far and away



the heart


storm brewing within

strong emotions good and bad

a heart speaks feelings


a lily

the beauty of feelings

About words4jp

The bare bones bottom line of who I am is this: I am 50 years old, a mom who has two sons - one 17, the other almost 20 - divorced. Who am I really? Take the core of the first sentence and add someone who is trying to figure out her path in a life that is so full of so much 'stuff'. That would be me.

19 comments on “the head, the heart

  1. Reblogged this on Words4jp's Blog and commented:

    the constant struggle between the head and the heart…..

  2. Lovely contrast Kimberly! 🙂 You need one for stomach, that is the controlling force in my life 😉

  3. Amazing. Those two organs rarely get along too.

  4. Hard to get them both in the same place most times. good job!

  5. Perfectly captured, K! Great job.

  6. Very nice Kim! My mind and heart argue a lot as well, but I do have the habit to listen to my heart the most. It seems to be a lot more right then my mind…
    Lots of love to you!

  7. I like how you presented the head vs the heart.

  8. […] This is in response to haiku written by words4jp about the head and the heart on a site called The Community Storyboard followed by a comment by Green […]

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