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Long Gone Love
by Jerry W Andrews

Wednesday, November 27, 2002
Rated "G" by the Author.
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A love I had once long ago,
Haunts me still, it seems,
For when I fall asleep at night
She comes to me in dreams.

I know I can't possess her,
I know I never will,
But I can hold her in my heart
And ease my pain at will.

She was wounded when I found her,
Gave her love and made her whole,
Then her old love came and claimed
Her and she left and took my soul.

In my dreams at night I hold her,
In my dreams she loves me still-
Yet I know I can't possess her
And I know I never will..


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Reviewed by Theresa Hughes (Reader) 5/4/2009
This is the poem you told me today. Awesome to know someone can put life into words. You made my day. I sooo dread the time at the hospital. Thanks for being in the seat next to me in the waiting room.
Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa 7/11/2005
absolutely fantastic..this is so real-life..alas..

Reviewed by Regis Auffray 7/8/2005
So true, Jerry. Well told! Thank you for sharing this offering. Love and peace to you. Regis
Reviewed by Kathleen Herrick 7/5/2005
Nice, it happens way too often, doesn't it? Yesss...
Reviewed by autumn blair-strange 7/22/2004
this really has a rhythm that would sound good set to music..i so enjoy your touching insights,and i'll keep on reading...tons-o-hugs,Autumn
Reviewed by A PAX 4/30/2004
This could be set to music.......its universal.....unfortunately so many people could relate to this......(sadly)
well write very well.......i will be back.........pax A
Reviewed by Tami Ryan 3/30/2004
This flows so well, Jerry. Thank you.
Reviewed by Digital Fairy 2/26/2004
Jerry, thanks for reviewing my "Better days" poem. This is a great write, I can definitely relate... the irony of love...

Reviewed by Jaclynn Huntington 8/24/2003
Such beauty and sadness in a connection of wisdom. Love may be lost but they can not take the memories from us that we wish to cling to. Wonderfully written!

Reviewed by Debra Cizerle 8/4/2003
Jerry, truly from the heart! Nice to meet you! Debby
Reviewed by Daniel 7/12/2003
Hi Jerry,
Thought I'd make contact. I love the sentiment of holding that love in your heart. Who hasn't dreamt of a love past with such longing while realising the impossibility of the wish? My ideas of love aren't orthodox but I still appreciate the beauty of this poem. I hope to hear from you.
Reviewed by Carolyn Red Bear (The Bear Paw) 7/1/2003
Jerry, "She was wounded when I found her,
Gave her love and made her whole,
Then her old love came and claimed her
And she left and took my soul.

In my dreams at night I hold her,
In my dreams she loves me still-
Yet I know I can't possess her
And I know I never will."
this is so moving and heartbreaking. speaking as one from experience... thank you for sharing, and so glad to meet you...
In Spirit,
Reviewed by Susannah Carlson 6/20/2003
Jerry, this is poinant and lovely. I generally don't go for rhyming poetry, but you pull this one off so smoothly. It communicates it's melancholy very truly. Nice nice work.
Reviewed by Dove (Reader) 5/20/2003
Beautiful saddness here, Jerry..You write passionately..Thanks for the kind review on my poem "In Blades Of Grass"..

Peace and harmony, Dove
Reviewed by T. Emilie Dybevik (Reader) 4/14/2003
I know this as well. I could feel the knife twisting when already in. This is .... oh! I wanted to cry for you. Fantastic bleeding of emotions!

Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 3/15/2003
Oh my..Thank you for telling me about this one, I do love it, dearly, oh just touches my heart so deeply,


Reviewed by Christy French 3/10/2003
Oh, wow. What a beautiful poem about lost love. This really touches the heart. Beautifully written, Jerry. Thanks for sharing it.
Reviewed by Button Mitchell (Reader) 3/8/2003
I think i no how you feel.
Reviewed by Helga Ross 3/5/2003
You're right, Jerry! Thanks for recommending it. I enjoy and relate to this poem.
Reviewed by Malachy MacFarlane (Reader) 2/10/2003
Wow! I have lived this! A great write Jerry! Mal.
Reviewed by *********** ********** (Reader) 1/15/2003
Very beautiful Jerry, bittersweet yet wrought with such a lovely touch. Sometimes the love we hold in our hearts is the safest kind to have. I love your work and shall be reading more..Ty, Dani
Reviewed by Oisín Breen 1/11/2003
very well written indeed. I would like to see you attempt freeverse spontaneous sketching sometimes rhyme seems faecetious yet very very good don't get me wrong.
Reviewed by James David Compton (Reader) 12/13/2002
Jerry, this really hit home with me.
Great pace here, nothing forced.
Good luck, from a brother whose been there...
Reviewed by Katy Walsvik 12/3/2002
Welcome to the den, Jerry. What a treat to read well-metered rhyme.. but my heart read it too and you speak of a longing and sadness that has gripped most. You say it well.. I do hope you overcome and go on. Its so tempting to stay with these feelings as poets.. but joy provides us with a muse as well.. Take care. katy.
Reviewed by Glenna Cancilla (Reader) 12/2/2002
We all have one that never leaves or thoughts hearts or dreams. The is a very very BEAUTIFUL Poem.
Reviewed by C. Gourlay (Reader) 11/29/2002
Longing deftly captured, hope bolted to the page. How sad, Jerry. Perhaps we cannot choose who we love-- perhaps it is love who chooses us. I summon a quote from Chekhov's About Love: '...and with a burning pain in my heart I realised how unnecessary, how petty, and how deceptive all that had hindered us from loving was.'
Reviewed by Patricia Boudreau (Reader) 11/28/2002
Ah...welcome Jerry... and one of my favorites of yours, such a beautiful piece, one that I never tire of reading...
Reviewed by Linda Hill 11/27/2002
OUTSTANDING, Jerry. A big welcome
to the den, and I will look forward
to more poems from you. You have an
excellent insight ... I could feel
your pain in your words.

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