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Communication
by Janet Brice Parker

Tuesday, February 08, 2005
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(One definition of intercourse:
communication between two individuals.)


Our association embodies a united,
familial union that binds us.

Remoteness in space and time
does not diminish our perpetual
intercourse which transports us
into a domain of connubial paradise.

Our senses are heightened in such a way
that we feel touch when we are not touching.

We dissolve into each otherís
energy and conform like pieces of a puzzle.

We communicate throughout the days
and without this intercourse,
there can be no quality of the other definition.

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Reviewed by jane morris (Reader) 1/16/2007
Love this one!
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 2/9/2005
The Net brings it to a new level, doesn't it?

Ron
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 2/9/2005
Such emotional intelligence that is a superb definition of conjugal bliss, Janet. Truly, it is the union of the entire person which makes for satisfactory intercourse of whatever nature. We enjoy many such relationships, perhaps, on one or other level of the meaning, but to enjoy the entirety is special indeed. Wonderfully articulated and sketched for us here... this makes us all breathe deep sighs of satisfaction and contentment, I am sure!! LOL Kate xx
Reviewed by Kenny Baez 2/9/2005
partners can track each other from a thousand miles away. Good observation into togetherness. k
Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen 2/8/2005
much beauty and wisdom here, Janet.
Reviewed by Phillip William Allen 2/8/2005
You describe two as one excellantly
Reviewed by jude forese 2/8/2005
such a union is lile a puzzle that no longer is made of pieces and is enjoyed by all its parts ...

wonderful & wise poem ...

Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader) 2/8/2005
I think that Eileen once again pretty much summed this one up.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 2/8/2005
Superb analogy, beautifully portrayed! Janet, you are
hitting a lot of home runs lately;-) love, eileen
Reviewed by Lori Moore 2/8/2005
Wonderful depth. Love it!
Reviewed by Felix Perry 2/8/2005
This poem gives a true meaning to the value of love. It shows that the physical aspect of making love is only a small fraction of what love is. You did a great job with this one Janet including the intro.

Felix
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 2/8/2005
A little "chunky" in places but I loved the gist of this. Very much so.
Reviewed by Pamela Kimmell 2/8/2005
Well said! A description of what many people would say is the key to a happy and fulfilling relationship. I know you have that now - and I'm so glad that you do!
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