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Silent Whispers
by Taylor Ryan

Friday, July 14, 2006
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"desire mounting
the day comes
bearing gifts of love..."
Kate Chandler

Art: Looking for Prince Charming
Allan Murray

~Silent Whispers~



Soft whispers from your lips, 

 “I love you, I love you so”…


Echo in the breeze before parting

Destinations yet unknown

In search of self through solace

Hope and Peace.


Driven by the past,

A litany of lessons learned…

Uncertainty, not without question

Of tomorrow looms,

Tensed by need of explanation and the unexpected,

Bearing ardent conviction

Unfeigned curiosity and wistful reverie.


“I love you, I love you so"...

Hold on to these words and believe.


Beams of light spray across God's ceiling ,

Flickering through supple boughs viewed alone,

As though emanating from heaven's doors  … 

Hope of windows to be opened, 

secure and shuttered now

In time unlocked to love's imminence

Until then a glimmer,



Like a child struggling to learn new meanings

Of trust…eager that the acceptance of absence

Will insure the  fruit of resolution and  return…

Embracing and believing that this loving bond

Will securely survive the necessary search of soul,

Time…and space.


The reminiscently treasured,

“I love you, I love you so”... 


Nurtures these days of separatenesss,

Yet not without  intricacy  entwined...

Empathy, joy, seduction, and strength.

While the one who loves completely,

And without requisite…

Waits patiently for

Your return.


“I love you, I love you so…

Feel my strength…I love you so."



Taylor Ryan


© 2006 Taylor Ryan (All rights reserved)


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Reviewed by Phillip William Allen 7/19/2006
A heartfelt gem of a pen well thought and composed
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 7/18/2006
Right on the button and, having just returned from Spain, reminds me so much of a "reverie" I wrote there last year and reworked a little this time... I may repost it later. You have so captured that incessant "tugging" like a mooring rope to the soul that moves with the ebb and flow of the mood and experience of material life. This is so lyrical and sweetly haunting. You have captured all qualities of tone and nouance brilliantly here and worked them into natural light shading. You are fantastic at working in such a sublime understated fashion and saying so much by leaving so much unsaid - the qualities of a true poet. Your work exudes with poetic confidence and powers of persuasion - you will go far. You're a natural! :)) LOL Kate xx
Reviewed by Miss Pandora 7/15/2006
Taylor, you know that I relate to this - such romance in a truly wonderful, powerful and moving poem. Love Panda:)
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson 7/15/2006
A truly wonderfully written piece that pulls gentle on the heart. I enjoyed the softness herein.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 7/14/2006
A glorious poem Taylor, rich in eloquence and heartfelt longing for the return of your love!You are a true romantic poet, your words so naturally imparted,are a joy to read!

Reviewed by A PAX 7/14/2006
Very beautiful
pax A
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 7/14/2006
Love is the fruit of living and the joy of wakening and the beauty of seeing through amor endowed eyes. It looks at the world and sees the colors and remembers, like an elephant, all the nuances that committed the heart. You will never forget pure and genuine love and as your words pointed out..."Feel my strength , I love you so."
Beautifully written from a pen whi truly knows love.
Reviewed by Peter Paton 7/14/2006

When you have a love as expansive and majestic as aptly described in your strikingly beautiful poem, then you have heaven in your hand..

Nothing can come between or seperate love from its source...

And that source has unimaginable powers to bring about completion of the circle, and harmonisation of all the unifying threads and strands of the grand tapestry of this divine union...


Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 7/14/2006
Ding dong, you're bang on. This is exactly what it is like...
Once that soul mate has been united in the heavens, it overcomes all..
Even that void feeling that creeps up...
Reviewed by Elaine Carey 7/14/2006
Beautiful imagery here!
Reviewed by Susan Sonnen 7/14/2006
this is so very special....great work!

Reviewed by Regis Auffray 7/14/2006
Thank you for sharing this wonderful ode to love, Taylor. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 7/14/2006
Richard, it seems, has found the kertnal of this poem and said so in his exciting way as he always does. Now, all I am left with is, see Richard's comments. Love. That entity which can't be seen (except within the heart) is the most powerful thing in the world, even filthy lucre. Beautiful poem.
Reviewed by richard cederberg 7/14/2006
It is always good when that connection is made.

So much is transferred back and forth through that invisible cord, so much that edifys, and nourishes, and reachs out when one is stumbling.

Love is the only "force" on earth that cannot be argued against, there is no defense against it. The Bible says that God is Love! It is a perfect thing that defies all that is pitted against it.

Beautiful dear friend!

Reviewed by Kate Clifford 7/14/2006
Wonderful write!
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