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Is it You? Speak to Me.

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Sunshine
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0 posted 08-14-99 08:10 AM       View Profile for Sunshine   Email Sunshine   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions   Click to visit Sunshine's Home Page   View IP for Sunshine

Reposted on Advice of Poet deVine

Oh my poetic visionary and lover most extraordinaire
could I be your loved one, would I even compare
to those you’ve loved and lusted in your life’s long-ago
or would you rather me not even begin to know?

Tho I cannot give you my all and everything,
just my entire being for all of its earthly worth,
for when I read your words of giving and love
I feel as if I’ve been newly and lustily birthed.

You open all my senses, I feel as if you’re the sun
by entering my private areas, those I’ve kept for The One.
Is it you? Are my dreams encompassed in your speech
of poetry and prose and rhymes that for me beseech?

Not looking for this feeling, your words have left me reeling,
I hesitate to speak for my knees they have gone weak.
Is it you? Are you the one tho not sought have brought
to me your earthly love that I did not seek?

Or are you just a dream that I’ve webbed so fine
and your words are spirits whispering through the pines
as I lay here ‘neath nature’s window, alone but not despaired
for at least your words have whispered that which I would share.

13 August, 1999
©KRJ


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Sunshine
Words will always express our feelings true. ~~~ KRJ
Look, then, into thine heart, and write ~~~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow


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1 posted 09-05-2000 08:15 PM       View Profile for Sven   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Sven

Even way back when my friend??

Just lovely. . . absolutely beautiful. . .

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That which gives light must endure burning
--Victor Frankl

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2 posted 06-20-2001 10:16 PM       View Profile for Marsha   Email Marsha   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Marsha's Home Page   View IP for Marsha

Kari dearest sister of my soul, this is excellent, always you produced beauty even at the beginning. Wonderful, truly wonderful,
I love it as I knew I would.

It's something of a novelty to me to spend time out away from the frenzy of the current forum.

This still deserves to have utterly millions of replies but I'm seeing that it the early days there weren't so many poets and the pages moved slower.

This is fabulous writing though love
Take care
love as always
Puck
    

Take back the hope you gave,- I claim
Only a memory of the same
Robert Browning


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