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by David P Mohd
Wednesday, September 24, 2003
Rated "G" by the Author.
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(see my other works one by one 'Is it god's fault?'and 'I will love you till the end of time'.

"There was a girl.
An amiable and beautiful girl.
Her smile was like scattering pearls.
She was so innocent like a butterfly."

"There was a man.
A kind and humble man.
One day he saw her.
At that moment he fell in love with her."

I stopped for a moment.
"Then?" she hurried.
"Then nothing" I said.
"What a story is this?"

I looked at her.
"You have to complete this story."
“You told the story, and how can I complete it?"
"Because you are the girl"

She paused for a while.
Then she asked very slowly.
"Who is the man?"
I answered her.

"Sorry" she replied.
And was gone.
Without saying another word...
********* ********** ***********

I squeezed its neck.
It screamed and fluttered.
It was a lovable bird.
But I had to kill it.


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Reviewed by Joni Stewart-Hague 9/25/2003
This poem has great depth and much sadness.I'm not sure that I can 'enjoy' such a piece, but I can certainly respect and applaude it. well done !
Reviewed by Nancy D. 9/25/2003
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 9/24/2003
Oh David, What a sad and moving poem you have written, this was so outstanding, so very touching, I am moved to deep emotion by your excellent poetry and story here,

I pray you find peace,


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