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Love on the Wind
by Budd Nelson

Thursday, August 09, 2012
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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ocassionaly the timing of life just is not right

I drive these curvy mountain roads
through the mists of my lonliness
guiding the wheels from side to side
watching the phones lite not to shine.

We talked in early morning hours
I dare not be the next to call
and thus invade your private time
so I drive silent hour after hour.

Behind the eyes that watch these roads
I see your bright green eyes that shine
and feel your lips pressed up to mine
tis but a dream I live this day.

Fore the distance be far away
and our time has come but late
so it is in only my dreams
and 'cross the lines that we may be.

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Reviewed by Linda Hill 8/17/2012
Heartfelt poetry, Budd. Magical verses.

Many blessings,
Reviewed by Laura Fall 8/15/2012
A very heartfelt and meaningful poem written so touching Laura
Reviewed by Asa Seeley 8/15/2012
when what was once real becomes a dream...still...better to have loved than... thanks for share...asa
Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader) 8/14/2012
I find so much tenderness in your arrangements, Budd. The writing of such a sensitive soul who thinks: "I dare not be the next to call/and thus invade your private time" -- I bet lots of women would like one of those! Just the right length is this poem, to paint the temperament you create here. ~ ~ Diana
Reviewed by Teresa Walker 8/14/2012
Eyes absolutely tell you what you need to know! Life expierences are so nice, it lets us know we are alive!

You are a wonderful writer Budd!
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 8/10/2012
The wind that carries your love
*Budd* is surely very gentle!

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by JASMIN HORST SEILER 8/10/2012
There is beauty and vision in your poetry Budd
Reviewed by Shirley Houston 8/10/2012
"I dare not be the next to call." I am so there right now; enjoyed this very much Budd!!
Reviewed by Karen Springer 8/10/2012
Love how this theme is expressed, the lonely road is seen visually and physically - great piece.
Reviewed by Odin Roark 8/10/2012
A uniquely visual journey of an often experienced action--the driving of a lonely road. I did, however, find myself struggling with the rhythm of the last stanza whose sentiment felt perfect for the ending.
Reviewed by Lily of Lough Neagh C. Dennis-Woosley 8/10/2012
What a beautiful dream Budd, and
gives you time to reflect and recall.
All the things that you hold dear
and keep close to your heart.

Such a lovely romantic vision.
I can see you behind the wheel of your car
driving and seeing these green eyes looking
back to you... "I see your bright green eyes that shine"

Just a wonderful piece!

Love and Light
Reviewed by Sandy Hoynacki (Reader) 8/10/2012
Deeply interwoven with sadness, longing and what could have been. You write with élan.. Beautifully penned, Budd.

Reviewed by Gert van Weenen (Reader) 8/10/2012
Beautiful Budd, you must be deeply in love.
Sometimes dreams can come true, especially when you both share the same dreams.
A distance can never be to far, and when your time has come it's never to late
Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci 8/9/2012
Keep your eyes on the road on those curvy mountain roads! May your dreams come true!

Love ya!

Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 8/9/2012
"I see your bright green eyes that shine
and feel your lips pressed up to mine
tis but a dream I live this day."

Dreams have a way of touching you and making everything all real, my friend. I so enjoyed this offering.

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