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Sonnett: An Ode to Self-realization

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Tequilia_Sunrise
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Once I lost myself in someone I knew
I gave him a love with such fortitude
And now all my rose petals lay bestrew
So I lied and I cried in solitude
Missing so deeply my past paramour
I sat in a vast, lonley depression
I thought of him oftem missing him more
Keeping a secret my one confession
Finally I realized when days grew long
When my cheeks were wet from the tears that I shed
That I will survive and life will go on
My life is a book with much left unread
I gather my rose petals once besrown
And take to my heart how much I have grown



Tequilia

[This message has been edited by Tequilia_Sunrise (08-13-2003 09:29 AM).]

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1 posted 08-13-2003 12:03 PM       View Profile for BluesSerenade   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for BluesSerenade

And so it goes, sounds like you're in a better place.


Nicely done, and welcome to passions~
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Yes, and why do we desire to be with someone that doesn't share our desires...James
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You're good at just about everything, TS! Don't get too good at that "lying and crying in solitude" business though -- it'll haunt ya....do I ever know it!

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I tale of unrequitted love. A sense of emptiness oozes in the atmosphere. Then after reflecting ,your life has become resurrected. A great piece.

Tequilia_Sunrise
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thankx everyone for your lovely comments
 
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