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At This Moment
by Karen J. Cino

Thursday, December 15, 2005
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Painting is courtesy of Ginger Marshall.

At this moment,
I would slowly walk over to you.
Reach out with both hands,
softly running my fingersalong your face.
Leaning my body toward you,
stopping when our bodies touch.
Staring into your eyes
softly brushing my lips against yours
and falling into your arms.
Tears streaming from my eyes,
my body trambling from your touch.
Wanting to express my true feelings,
but the words never flow.My mind screams,
I love him,more than life itself.
I adore him.

I worship him.
I'd give him the world if I could.
I want to tell him that when I close my eyes
It's him that I see and want to love.
No matter where you are,
I'm always with you.   

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Reviewed by Anna Marie Fritz (Reader) 7/19/2006
A fine poem, full of images, and the painting is also
very, very nice!
Reviewed by Arthur Tugman 6/24/2006
Karen, It is a delight to read and give you a review. I am enjoying my second day in this Author's Den. I hope you visit me.
Reviewed by Gloria Buono Daly 5/30/2006
This is so inspiring. Your words paint endless love. Thanks for sharing your special gift. My best, Gloria
Reviewed by Amy Avatar 4/19/2006
So sensual and pure...and a tad of sadness
making me realise that I know this "if only
you were here" feeling...
Your poetry say it so accurately.
Amy Ramdass
Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green 3/11/2006
Wonderfully passionate and. . .terribly sad, except that it really is true that it is better to have lost and loved than never to have
loved. . .right? Assuming this is autobiographical, you may not feel that way now, but I am betting you will. Live. . .meaning Love. . .ON!! 'Pea' <3 ~~~ Painting's great!!
Reviewed by Damaa -- 2/28/2006
I know that feeling :-)
Reviewed by J M 2/22/2006
So longing and beautiful this one is very passionate...
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 1/19/2006
Beautiful write!
Reviewed by Candy T (Reader) 1/14/2006
very touching and sadly something i can relate to - i always struggle to overcome my own pride. happily i'm getting better at it as the years pass. thanks for sharing this piece... it moved me.
Reviewed by Regina Pounds 1/6/2006
such a tender and passionate from afar leaves much to be desired...does it fulfill a need?

your poem expresses a deep commitment and yearning...much tenderness here
Reviewed by jude forese 1/4/2006
a lovely passionate love poem ... captures the mood nicely ...

Reviewed by Iva Lawson 12/31/2005
Where, oh where, have all the emotionally accessible men gone? Beautifully written verse about loving a man who's not all there.
Reviewed by Nordette Adams 12/18/2005
Don't you just wish sometimes you could mindmeld and get the message through to these fellas? :-) This poem is so honest. Strikingly universal. ~~Nordette
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 12/17/2005
My mind screams,
"I love him,
more than life itself.
I adore him.
I worship him.
I'd give him the world if I could."

Change the "him" to "her" and it all fits, Karen.
A most compelling love offering. Thank you for sharing it.

Love and peace to you.

Reviewed by William Haynes 12/16/2005
You write a great love poem and the painting capped it off so nicely.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 12/15/2005
Sweet thoughts of love and longing mixed with a promise of hope for better days. Well done.

Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 12/15/2005
Awww you gotta believe in god given love.. The greatest gift for the few mortals who find true soul love....
Reviewed by Bennett 12/15/2005
I found out to not put my trust and all my love in man but God. He loves us all so much and only i we ask him to send us the love of everlasting and a love with no pain then we will be happy. I have learned my friend to ask for no more pain but a peace of mind. Excellent expression of the love you felt.

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