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by Robert Amoroso

Wednesday, May 02, 2007
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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This poem is dedicated to all who’ve ever loved and lost, to those who’ve ever dreamed of what might have been, to those unafraid to speak from the heart, for the dreamers among us, and for those who’ve lived life to its fullest…with no regrets.


By Robert Amoroso

emories come but rally last
in fractured dreams and

of moments past.

Images flash within my brain,

images that I cannot tame,

and even though they fade a bit

there still are moments I must admit,

as clear to me as they were back when…

when we were lovers and best of friends.

In twilight slumber I can recall
the glow of candles upon the wall,
two bodies molded into one,

as night gave way to the morning sun

We shared a few moments I do recall,
a few incredible moments and that was all.

Life goes on or so they say,

and memories filter throughout the day,
and visuals flash within my mind,

snapshots of another time.

A subtle word or a friendly smile

unlocks emotions deep inside,

and though we’ve gone our separate way,
memories shared, will forever stay.

Copyright 2007 Robert Amoroso

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Reviewed by Joyce White 6/13/2009
I'm finding your work really creative. A great pen. I liked the
poetry the best. I hear a song in the above poem trying to break
free. Come visit me, we've both growed up in the 50's, a clickish
time where the classes were well distinguished. Joyce
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 5/8/2009
There's most likely not a person alive who hasn't felt the emotions you cleverly penned in this piece. Very nicely done!
Reviewed by Lois Christensen 6/8/2008
Lost my love by death, memories will always be with me, his spirit will be with me. A different loss than yours, but tremously felt and the hurt will linger long.
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 12/17/2007
Robert, I just discovered your page here..I am very impressed with your writing style, I shall continue to review your work.
This poem is truly a wonderfully written poem from the heart and soul. I enjoyed reading it.
Peace, love, and Light,
Amber "V"
Reviewed by xxxx xxxx 9/14/2007
Although you went your seperate ways, you still have memories that are pleasing to you. Most people can't say that. Enjoyable read. Rhoda LI, NY
Reviewed by Gloria Buono Daly 8/20/2007
This is awesome and so creative and inspiring. Sometimes it's the little things in life that bring the big memories. Thanks for sharing your gift. My best, Gloria
Reviewed by Barbara Mercer 7/12/2007
Robert -Beautiful expression of a true artist. Bravo! Waves of love }}}}}}}}}]
Reviewed by Mimosa Dabbles 5/29/2007
Wow, powerful and with vivid imagery. I found your poem passionate with a stylistic flavor, which reaps a unique rhythm. Yet, I feel you can condense it not to lose anything but make it better.

Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 5/2/2007
Such a beautiful write, so delicately penned. Memories have a way of fading over time and yes, a word, a gesture, a song can trigger that little spark all over again!

Be safe,
Reviewed by Karen Cino 5/2/2007
You have taken my breath away, Robert. Phenomenal job.

Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 5/2/2007

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