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  Memoirs of a Victorian Parting
by andrea coltman
Wednesday, February 04, 2004
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Memoirs of a Victorian Parting

 

She looked so beautiful that day

As I took her to the station

She held her small valise and parasol

I checked her reservation

In magnificence, the engine shone as

I walked her down the platform

I tried very hard to hide my

Feelings of grief that were borne

 

I helped her aboard the train

And escorted her to her cabin

My passion for her flowed

As I kissed her lips so red and thin

My arms surrounded her petite physique

As I whispered sweet nothings

She smiled a smile so warm

That it melted my heart

Arousing newborn feelings

 

The guard blew his whistle as

I reluctantly left my sweetheart alone inside

The engine worked furiously

The train moved slowly. I saw her face

I rushed to the window blew a passionate kiss

Mouthed, “I love you,” quickened my pace

A single tear rolled down her

Pale face as I ran to keep up with the train

The steam blocked my view and

My love rolled out of sight, my face was wet, it was rain

 

© Andrea Coltman

 




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Reviewed by Mark Mahoney
A very captivating write this, sends out amazing visions and thats what a good read should do, this does that and more...take care...Mark
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
You capture well the "essence" of those times in this piece, Andrea. Love and peace to you. Regis
Reviewed by Handsum Hart
Wow this is excellent, I salute you.
Thanks for sharing this delightful piece

Peace and sunshine
Reviewed by Dale Clark
Very beautiful!
Reviewed by Eddie Thompson
You've so captured that picture in your words. This poet didn't need a thousand words to launch the sentiment in this pic. Thank you.
Reviewed by Paul Berube
Andrea, this is a classic beginning / ending to a beautiful story. Very well written.
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader)
Beautiful poetry!!!
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Very lovely expression , beautiful poem, also love the art!...
Reviewed by Melissa Rives
Beautifully expressed!!
Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa
..this is just so tenderly soft and beautiful..love it..ty Andrea!

vesna *smile*
Reviewed by Anna Marie Fritz (Reader)
Exceptionally well written verse, Andrea!
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
"Memoirs of a Victorian Parting" is a beautiful composition with a nostalgic historical background.

It made me fly on the wings of my memories. (I had many farewell and arrivals at Victoria Station, London, UK.)

I did enjoy this "Memoirs of a Victorian Parting".

Never rest Your pen; don't let Your quills dry.


Healthy Long Productive Life, Poet!


Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
Extremely captivating write, Andrea. Wonderful artwork, too.
Reviewed by Kate Clifford
Fantastic capture of the departure of a loved one!
Reviewed by A PAX
Sounds like the beginning of a novel!!! Is it???? Beautiful art as well! loved it!
A
Reviewed by Jim Dunlap
Certainly a passionate bit of prosetry. Interesting photo.
Reviewed by Andrea Da Costa (Reader)
Lovely, poignant poem and I love the Victorian pic you've used with it!
Andrea
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