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One United Soul
by Rose L

Saturday, November 06, 2004
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This is not a poem about me. Rather it is an idea of one yearning for a forbidden love. Enjoy.


So many years


So many tears


Tangible, plausible years


Tears of joy


Tears of sorrow


Tears of anger


Look for the morrow


The knife wrenching and twisting


Ripping, gutting, remains spilt


Married to the one true and fast


Loneliness a wicked spouse


Harsh and cold, aloof at best


Enveloping at worst


Happiness mocks all that is done


Known only to derive itís worth


From the angst of the chosen


Pegged at birth, primed in youth


Destined to be great at solitude


 


Is there no sunrise for me to attach my dreams to?


Is there no rainbow to hold my heartís delight?


Is there no wave to carry my hopes to you?


Has fate dealt a crooked hand?


Stop the world, I want to get off.


Iím so frightened of being alone.


Who will love me?


Who will become breathless at the sight of me?


Who shall touch me in passion heretofore unknown?


Our star, so cleverly hidden behind clouds of doubt and fear.


Will I ever know this love inside my heart?


A love so pure, so precious, I dare only dream it.


How I have imagined the possibilities day after day.


My mind wanders to thoughts of pleasure and joy


To ease the pain I feel suffocated by.


You live your life, you follow your heart,


You honor your commitment.


And I? I regret our lips never touched -


For one kiss would end years of sadness.


The very lifeblood would flow so freely,


None could stop it, would be futile to try.


One kiss, one night, two passions, one united soul.

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Reviewed by Lois Christensen 10/25/2008
Surely souls meant to be will be united in Love. That is the way life works out. This tells of the waiting and hoping and at what is to be. Hoping Thanks, eventually you will find your soulmate and everyone else in this world will too. Nothing like love to get you by in this world and God's love too. Thamks appreciative of this write.
Reviewed by Masood Lohar 1/16/2005
This poem is an abstract painting of love and human fragility... helplessnes before the greater schemes or nature... Masood
Reviewed by Simon Thurlow (Reader) 11/13/2004
Well Ms Rose, I think you already know the answers to the questions posed in this delightful write don't you ?
Reviewed by D May (Reader) 11/11/2004
This is a very deep write. Not a word wasted here.
Reviewed by Dale Clark 11/9/2004
This is really a lovely poem lots of emotion.
You've captured the powers of love. I enjoyed it.
Yes blue eyes do have power. ;)
Reviewed by Cynthia Castle 11/8/2004
Rose,

Your powerful expression of this yearning is heart-wrenching! You have drawn the reader into all the emotions one feels in a forbidden love! Superb composition!

Cynthia

Thank you Rose for your thoughtful comments on my posting!
Reviewed by Peter Paton 11/8/2004
Quite simply beautiful and wistful Rose...
Love can be a double edged sword...still if we play the straight game...one is always rewarded...
Great to see your exceptional work on offer again...
Love
Peter
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 11/7/2004
There is always sadness with forbidden love. Either you make it or you don't. Good expression.

Sandie May Angel :o)
Reviewed by John Banasiewicz Jr 11/7/2004
Rose,
Again you made me stop and think ( well ponder more than thing ) about this write here. Lots of deep meaning here to me as I took time to read this a few times and let it soak here. One kiss, one night, two passions, and one united soul now that was perfect ending for this write to me. I know I have had this dream before about this but at my age I had tons of dreams,
Again you amaze me with your writes and how they make me think
~~~&&&***
Tommy
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 11/7/2004
Most powerful write Rose!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 11/7/2004
You have described utter yearning marvelously in this write, Rose.
Quite profound, heartwrenching, and Good.
Reviewed by jude forese 11/7/2004
a moment of love fills our hearts for eternity ...

heartrending, beautiful poem ...
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 11/7/2004
Rose this is so powerful, heart wrenching and so well penned.
Reviewed by Chanti Niven 11/7/2004
This is an exceptional poem Rose. Congratulations!
Chanti
Reviewed by Michael Charles Messineo 11/7/2004
ROse, your insight is incredible.

...Michael
Reviewed by Thomas Lanechanger 11/6/2004
Rose, this piece has the effect of a double edge sworn slicing through oneís soul, my friend. First and foremost, it tears at the very fabric, which makes up oneís life, and the dreadful loneliness that one could feel by making the wrong selection in a partner or lover chosen. Secondly, by admitting to this mistake, one could then easily become embroiled in a secret relationship, which could then easily turn into a disaster for the unknowing partner, and/or their offspring, if in fact any were created during the relationship. However, if no children were involved, then for this scenario to play out would be truly divine, and hopefully the one left out would understand, that if you love someone and you cannot please them, itís better to set them free to explore their life. After all life is too short to live in misery. Excellent work, my precious friend. I am glad youíre doing well, considering everything youíve gone through down there in the ďSunshine StateĒ these past few months! I enjoyed the read, and I am so happy to see you are able to post again. Thanks for sharing your work. Take good care and be well.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 11/6/2004
Sounds like the lack of computer from the hurricanes have sparked your muse one hundred fold...keep em' coming...Peace, Ed & rufuz
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