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jwesley
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Four Corners Square

Three words.
Three lines,
- Love -
centered
in an empty room
four-corners square,
four bare walls,
an empty room
where love lived
and died.

Three words.
One line, centered,
- Love Died Here -

Can't fix, that kind of broken.





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No, you can't "fix that kind of broken". But you can still feel it. That's love too.
Awesome power in a few short strokes j.

One ladle serves the soup that feeds the mouths of the many.

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Jimmy, you continue to remain high on my list of favorite poets anywhere. I really like your style.

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I'm with the rest of the gang here-you're my favorite blah blah, say so much with so little yatta yatta...Now my own 2 cents...
There's never a dud in the bunch my friend, you always find an emotional button to push and I'm always glad to read you. ~L
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Hi J Like the way you executed the emotion throughout ~ Definitely in most cases you can't fix a love that is dead ~ Sometimes even part of you dies with it ~ Another great read ~ Alana
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A few words but enough to stir the reader into empathy. No, we can't fix it but we can know that love never dies but lives in the heart and mind forever.  Sometimes it may seem like small compensation but perhaps we'll eventually come to know it as a blessing.  

Be well.
Helen
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so beautiful, can't fix that too
yann
 
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