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Cut By Plumb (Heartbroken) 1
by Harry Jones

Sunday, April 08, 2012
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Cut By Plumb is a poem on love & heartbreak. In the hopes that many readers would identify with this poem for it is a testimony of the heartbreak men & women face on a daily basis,i give you this wonderful poem...Cut By Plumb

I used to be a lad, once cheerful but now grumpy and bad. I used to love deeply, but to care i believe is unpleasant and weakly. I used to be ever certain, so sure of my feelings. Until you came and tore my heart, exploding into pieces like the ravages of a bomb. Alas, i've just been cut by plumb. Once upon a maiden i cherished and loved, but she not so much as i had thought. We loved at night,ever so slowly. But dawn came and she left me lonely...

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Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 4/10/2012
Ah, such if life among the lovers of this great earth. Ecstasy and despair within a short twenty-four-hour period. Yes!
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 4/9/2012
Things are not always as they seem… as illustrated by your poem.

Ron



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