There are always

two sides of a story

When understanding each other’s

Is beyond reach

Then choices aren’t many

We can either be at loggerheads

Or stay on our individual sides firmly

And let each other be

Allowing time to take the lead

Sometimes it’s not about

Who is right who isn’t

It’s about how much time

each of us need to heal

Β© Sakshi Gangwani

Published by Sakshi

Certified Inner Anchoring Coach, Author, Blogger, Past Life Regression Therapist, Reiki practitioner, Entrepreneur ..... .. ..

42 thoughts on “Loggerheads

  1. I love the recognition this poem gives to the fact that judging right and wrong can be overdone! I don’t know why, Sakshi, but I think most of us tend to fall into the rut of judging right or wrong when we get into a dispute with lovers or friends. But as the poem makes clear, that does not lead to healing. Understanding each other is what leads to healing. I really like this poem! It’s so insightful!

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  2. This is so beautiful. I love the call for harmony in this – for healing and sweetness. What is the use of being right and miserable? You are so thoughtful – and heartful in your writing, dear Sakshi. Love it! πŸ’•πŸ‘

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  3. A familiar theme and the time to heal works as long as both give in terms of space. When the healing is underway then I believe it can be important to determine why the division came, as important as what the division is about. We all have buttons that, if pressed, can cause a reaction and maybe sometimes start a rift. RElationships depend on exploring where those boundaries are and not crossing them πŸ™‚

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