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Life and a Love
by Regis Auffray
Saturday, May 23, 2015
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Life and a Love

 
We were children
You made such
A first impression
Your eyes said much
Had such expression
Without a word spoken
I felt such a connection
I would have taken you
As a knight or a prince would do
To some place magical and yet real
It was so compelling in my soul
For you had sown love there
 
Then
It was not for us to be together
Not my choice
But life and parents and decisions
 
It is oddly wonderful after all this time
I remember you as you were
As I know you still are
 
Life and circumstances
They dictate the way things are
But they do not necessarily dictate much else
Certainly not the future
 
I choose to hang on to the hope
That I will get a chance
To be your knight or your prince
Or just plain old me
Which you will find is not plain at all
 
That is my love
That is what I offer you
 
 
 
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Reviewed by Ronald Hull 5/27/2015
I looked at childhood infatuations and just that and left them behind. She must be some one very special for you too long for her even now. And I do hope that she reads your poem and comes to your rescue.

Ron
Reviewed by G. Roscoe 5/27/2015
Regis what a lovely poem, some of us day-dream about the one that got away.
Reviewed by D. Vegas 5/25/2015
Regis, You are such a romantic and I hope you encounter
her and she takes you up on your offer of love.

Always,

Deborah
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 5/25/2015
Regis I hope she will accept your offer and be thankful for such an enduring love. Wonderful poem, heart touching from your soul.
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 5/25/2015
Regis
Your poem flows with adoration and love through your words and emotions
Amazing wonderful energy
Peace and love
Amber
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 5/25/2015
The sacred and the mythic do mingle within the ordinary, yes, this is lovely, and at the end uncovering the core you already are! You are the knight and prince because you love her. That's all anyone can ask for.
Blessings,
Christine
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 5/25/2015
How did I miss this one, oh well I am here now and enjoyed memories of Rene & I when we were both young too...she was certainly weird & I was weirder so we connected...-e-
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 5/25/2015
a lovely, gentle creation Regis.
Reviewed by Connie Faust 5/24/2015
A lovely poem, Regis, but it makes me wonder ~ Are you really pining for a childhood love after all this time? or is this a work of fiction that might someday be written into a story where dreams come true? Perhaps love and satisfaction are waiting somewhere else, and can be found in seeking answers from God?
Sincerely,
Connie
Reviewed by John Domino 5/24/2015
Dear brother Regis. Your poem has such deep meaning but I am very concerned about you. Your poem has prompted me to write a poem dedicated to you. Peace be with you brotherly love and blessing. May a whole new door open up to you this Memorial Day. amen.
Reviewed by Isabella Koldras 5/24/2015
Regis, the words of your poem sound simple but...have notably touched the deeper aspect of human nature...the concept of the self...and the mind...two soul-mates separated by life's circumstance but not by the authentic-pure-lasting and sensitive emotions that this platonic nature of human relationship has to offer...There are some more of self-confessed Platonists contemplating a love as a desire for eternal beauty...a quality that transcends reality...of which the world we experience is only a very small part...Beautifully written.
Reviewed by neerja gandhi 5/23/2015
How nice...love the simplicity in it...and just being you as " you"
!!!
Très bien. ..
neerja :)
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK 5/23/2015
5-23-2015

Hopeless Romantic,i.e Stop Searching
And She(It) Will Find You!

TRASK...
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 5/23/2015
Intriguing!!! I hope you'll find your lost love very soon.

Sandie
Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci 5/23/2015
Sock it to 'em, Regis, my man!

Love ya!

Jane
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 5/23/2015
A sweet tale of young love.
Reviewed by Ann Marquette 5/23/2015
Lovely and sweet Regis.
Reviewed by Herman Yenwo 5/23/2015
Hi Regis,

I really enjoyed reading 'Life and a Love.' I think it is deep, touching rhythmic and as usual, very original.
Reviewed by Jon Willey 5/23/2015
Regis, I know the agony our souls go through and the pain our hearts suffer under these conditions. There is no greater agony to be experienced. I am currently living much of this human tragedy. May love and peace be with you. Jon Michael
Reviewed by Lark Pogue 5/23/2015
This is the kind of love poem that makes all of us girls wish we were that special person. Uniquely, beautifully written.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 5/23/2015
Almost sounds like a world-class opera, the words are so profound. There is such PASSION within the lines of this very well-written poem.
Reviewed by lois christensen 5/23/2015
Such a nice love poem to your love that you are waiting for.



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