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Taking a Love
by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper
Saturday, February 25, 2006
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Never thought I'd get married, but now In am. I use to try and say my wife trapped me. In away she did but I was just as guilty. I was married to my wife even before I met her. She was a love vision in my head and in may heart. In my poem I tried to face up to this.

Taking a love,
or maybe a love took you.
Love in the head is a vision,
an inner heart and soul admission.
Until it shows up in the flesh,
either entices or makes a mess.

When love is none,
most search until they find one.
In comes Mr or Mrs right,
fulfilling the vision in sight.
One hello,
we may turn to jello.

Most try too say,
a love came their way.
Like they were innocent of all,
when the love came to call.
The other person made the approach,
forgetting their silent coach.

Woman dressed to trap,
wakes man from nap.
Man fits love vision nice,
unthaws frozen ice.
Friendship blooms,
romance zooms.

Man goes on the prowl,
woman hears his howl.
Mans first admission,
woman fits his love vision.
Woman falls for his rap,
man closes trap.

Love is a two way street,
not a oneway meet.
No ones guilty completely,
or all innocent discreetly.
Most admit their heart,
others try to deny their part.


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Reviewed by Regina Pounds 2/26/2006
This is an astute observation delivered so deftly it makes me smile...right you are Mr. G.

Reviewed by jude forese 2/26/2006
a bright perspective of love & marriage ...
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 2/26/2006
Og Grady the romantic...thanks for sharing this insightful read!!

Ronnyyyyyyyyyy shame on you...geeeeeeeee...and here I thought....Oh nevermind!!

Love Tinky
Reviewed by Birgit and Roger Pratcher 2/25/2006
This is a cute one! Just don't forget that love can be a sweet flower, blooming on and on into a wonderful garden. :-)
Birgit and Roger
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 2/25/2006
I wish I would've never got married...
It cost too much....
Thanks for sharing ~G~
Reviewed by Bobbi Duffy 2/25/2006
You nailed this one, Grady. It takes most people who get divorced a long time to admit that they had any part in the failure of the marriage. I know this from experience, and am now ashamed of it.

Reviewed by E T Waldron 2/25/2006
Amen! It is a two way street but far too many make it one way and that's where the stubborn pride enters in to ruin things.
Excellence Grady!

Reviewed by Mr. Ed 2/25/2006
I was married to my wife even before I met her. She was a love vision in my head and in my heart.

Amazing how that works sometimes, Grady.

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