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  An Ultimate Expression of Love
by Sara Coslett
Sunday, October 12, 2003

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Lately I have been reliving your desire
To not just light my fire
But to mix our essence
To combine with me
And make a baby
A million different strategies
Were discussed and contemplated
And when they took out my baby factory
The dream did not end
We still tried to find a way
A Clonaid way
It wasn’t that you wanted me as your wife
I always knew that could never be
It was a wish to unite in that ultimate expression of love
You knew there was no greater compliment you could offer me
Than wanting a part of you
And a part of me
To live on eternally
In a union more special
Than mere words
A true declaration of love
Now your love for me is dead
Thanks to confusion and doubt
Always interfering in our romance
But I will always know where your heart was
And it is your heart that I miss most.
When I remember the goodness of our love.

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Reviewed by serenety L
I am sure you have still got his heart.
Sad and touching !
But, to be honest, your sad poems are absolutely excellent. Love this one.
Reviewed by Sharron Tyrrell
sad .. great poem

Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader)
A beautiful bittersweet poem.
Reviewed by Janet Caldwell
It is the heart of a person (when it is good) that is missed so very much. This is an intimate poem and brave of you to share.

JC xoxoxoxo
Reviewed by jude forese
well written, honest motif...
Reviewed by Jaclynn Huntington
(((Sara))) To open up such wounds takes courage. This is a most touching write.

Reviewed by Handsum Hart
This is deeply deep Sara, pulls at the heartstrings. Best wishes
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader)
This is powerful Sara.
Reviewed by Julie Donner Andersen
Heart-grabbing emotion...Sad, yet hopeful. Great work, Sara!

Julie :)
Reviewed by Transcendental Poet (Reader)
Well written sentiments
Reviewed by William Bonilla
A beautifully written heartfelt poem
excellent write

Reviewed by E T Waldron
It takes much courage to write like this, I applaud you! Heartwrenching poem!
Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader)
Now see you knew all along that you could write this way.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
This is ripping my heart out Sara!!
I wish to God I could help you here!!
I am so sorry for your loss in life!!
Love Tinka
Reviewed by Taylor Trenton (Reader)
So sad this poem is.
Reviewed by Ian Thorpe
A very moving poem Sara, and obviously expressing extremely private sentiments that wioll be shared by many.
Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers
This was heartbreakingly sad, with an almost peaceful resolution at the end. Well written. Lisa
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