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Teardrops in the Sea
by Jack R Roberts

Saturday, January 11, 2003

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As she walks barefoot in the sand,
Her mindís on him, so far at sea.
Thinking of their times together.
With him she longs to be.

Of their happy times together,
These lonely waters do remind.
Then he was called to do his duty,
And had to leave her there behind.

Each night she takes this lonely walk,
There in the lonesome tide.
Her teardrops fall into the sea,
Her feelings she canít hide.

A ship out on the ocean,
A lonely sailor at the rail.
Thinking of the girl he left behind,
The day his ship set sail.

He longs to hold her tightly,
It is with her he wants to be.
His teardrops fall into the ocean,
Now lost forever in the sea.

One day again theyíll be together,
And then together always be.
But for now the tie that binds them,
Lonely teardrops in the sea.

Jack Roberts Ė January 12, 2003

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Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 1/15/2003
did you know why sea water is salty....its because I have been crying there once to often...I love your write
Love
Tinka
Reviewed by Marilyn Seray 1/12/2003
Oh this was so romantic and sad. Reminds me of Moonlight Sonata
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 1/12/2003
Great poem and so sad.
Reviewed by Victor Jensen 1/12/2003
Nothing in life is harder to face than being seperated from someone you truly love. This is a good poem!
Reviewed by E T Waldron 1/12/2003
Jack...so very expressive and beautifully crafted, love the title and last line too;-)
Reviewed by Connie Hinnen Cook 1/12/2003
Wonderful, Jack!
Reviewed by *********** ********** (Reader) 1/12/2003
Ahhhhh Jack....this has a touch of the old Masters...fantastic...ty my partner in rhyme....Dani ;)
Reviewed by Jenni Kalicharan 1/12/2003
Gee Jack... This is so romantic!!! Such a beautiful write.. well written I love it!!!
Jenni
Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers 1/12/2003
Jack, such a beautiful write,,so many hearts lonely and can only be loved by that special one,,Lisa
Reviewed by Linda Hill 1/12/2003
Wow...AWESOME!!!
No other words to describe
this.
< tears >
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 1/12/2003
Jack,
lonely and beautiful write.
with excellent imagery
Loved the last line.
Peggy
Reviewed by Thelma Shutters (Reader) 1/12/2003
There really must be thousands of young men and women today feeling like this. This was beautiful.Thelma
Reviewed by Erin Kelly-Moen 1/12/2003
Wow! ....touching and simplistically beautiful, Jack!
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 1/12/2003
This is sad and so true . Throughout history we all have heard or read the sadness of lovers who lost someone in this respect. you captured the yearning and heartache. great poem.
--Susan
Reviewed by Katy Walsvik 1/12/2003
What a lovely, aching story, Jack. You do have the heart of a poet! The last 2 lines were especially sweet, bringing the story together. katy.
Reviewed by William Bonilla 1/12/2003
lovely, romantic and sad,
excellent write

William
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