Fay Slimm.

Winged Hearts.



Winged Hearts.


Allowing insides to open

Hearts become winged,

Word-wise, guilt free,

Fearless yet hopeful

While efficiently





  • orchidee

    Good write Fay. Let's fly, unassailably!

    • Fay Slimm.

      Yes lets my friend.

    • Saxon Crow

      Lovely poem Fay Powerful and strong, yet gentle as a feather

      • Fay Slimm.

        Thank you sincerely - so pleased you enjoyed the read.

      • Neville

        How good is this ….
        Very and it V Da too innit…..

        Hope you got loads my friend...

        • Fay Slimm.

          Glad you got the meaning of my few lines Nev -- winged hearts fly high on this special day when some think tis a good thing to celebrate Love.

        • MendedFences27

          If only an open heart were "unassailable" never to be broken. Somehow I assume that a "winged heart" can fly and bond with another. Sounds like a perfect description of Love. - Phil A.

          • Fay Slimm.

            So glad you think so after reading Winged Hearts Phil - - loads of warm thanks for dropping by and for your lovely comment.

          • Goldfinch60

            My heart has already flown with my lover.

            Good words Fay.


            • Fay Slimm.

              Lovely reply to the read dear Andy - thank you indeed.

            • Joe Dawson

              What the heart desires and what the voice will tell are two entirely different things. Not all appetites for love are the same, but underneath love is love, and soon there is no humiliation in a heart knowing, nor a heart reaching out to fulfil a lovers fondest wish - preferably on wings. Lovely write. Joe

              • Fay Slimm.

                I wholeheartedly agree Joe that not all appetites for love are the same - but then love has so many faces................ your comments are always so deeply perceiving - - am so pleased too that you enjoyed the read..

              • Alan .S. Jeeves

                A nice offering today, Fay.
                A Byron quotation finds itself with me as I read you.

                'Friendship is love without his wings'
                ~ G.G. Byron

                Catherine Cookson was inspired by this in writing her novel 'The Wingless Bird'.

                Ex animo, Alan

                • Fay Slimm.

                  Thank you Alan for the interesting comment and yes Catherine Cookson did a good job with that novel as I remember - a quote from Byron shows that all we poets read must lodge in our core and emerge at times in lines or ideas............. so pleased you enjoyed the read of Winged Hearts.

                • Maxine Smith

                  So dreamy

                  So beautiful

                  So hopeful

                  A stunning write Fay, left me wanting to fly away into the dreams of hearts.

                  • Fay Slimm.

                    Ah thank you sweet Maxine both for your visit and read of Winged Hearts and for your added my verse to your list of faves.............. so pleased you found something of value in the short lines.

                    • Maxine Smith

                      Absolutely loved every word Fay.

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