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I Move on....

It moves as swiftly as love comes and goes
Heartaches and pain seem inevitable in time
Joy rushes by your days swoosh its gone
Children are born then never to be seen again

Pets are hugged then move through the Veil
Your sick then health riseís it happy head
One minute you believe someone then falsity
You teach then watch ignorance in the taught

Cycles of abuse replay in your generations
You canít say enough about being the victim
Then your sons become just that, blinded by love
So sad as everyone must learn on their own

Tears come and go, let them alone itís just


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Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson
A portrait of life as the the tides ebb back and forth through years of time. Well said Theresa!........M
Reviewed by Georg Mateos
Life...friends, love, companionship, tenderness, care, smiles, caresses, poetry, hugs...if only life could contain only them...
A touching poem!


Reviewed by Rose Rideout
Thank you for sharing Theresa, pure life.

Newfie Hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Sherry Layman
Beautifully written my dear friend! The point well taken, at this time for me personally.
Love and hugs; Sherry
Reviewed by Felix Perry
Very strong statement made in this song of life that you have penned. Glad to hear you are feeling better and recuperating.
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
Life it is! all the joy, all the sorrow--life, so well said
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
A meaningful write, Theresa; I appreciate you philosophical perspective. It makes sense to me. Love and blessings to you,

Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper
You've touched the pulse of life with this poem. Sometimes life feels like an obstacle course, but one thing I've learned from my many years of experience is that if we are goal centered and strive to tackle those problems along life's way, then we become stronger by our effort and more able to deal with the next set of problems. However, we can only do it for ourselves and not for others....

Your last line is a wise statement: "So sad as everyone must learn on their own." Children demand independence before they have the knowledge and intellect to handle responsibility. They seem determined to rush out into the world like explorers, then they stumble and fall, and get up and do it again, and we can only pray they learn from their mistakes.

Good write, Theresa.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
Moving write my friend!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Bonnie May
Oh Theresa this is so beautifully heart touching...What a lovely write of understanding and wise on how you live it. Well done sweet friend, well done. Love and hugs, Bonnie
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