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Edward Lupinacci

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The Gloss Is All but Gone
by Edward Lupinacci

Friday, October 01, 2010
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The poem has been deleted
Why?
After reading it again I realized that boundaries were crossed
that should not have been. It seems I cannot write anymore
Without somehow crossing those boundaries.
Even in this explanation some will still be violated
it seems I cannot stop myself from trying to reach out
even after time that has passed the ache continues.
Thoughts remain with me everyday.
Nothing I try or do will ever change that.
I know this in the deepest part of me
the part I have no control over.
Every Poem has been a selfish expression to try to placate
the emptiness that surrounds me.
therefore I cannot trust myself or my writing.
I am sorry for any ill effects I may have caused.

 

 

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Reviewed by Amor Sabor 11/15/2010
Brilliant! Let us hope this is not your last writing. I have to say this is my favorite work from you as this is so honest and realistic. I felt every line and sensed every sensation, good or bad, knowing this truth of love that has become a fading memory. No one can change what has happened in our lives but we can change how we react, grow and who we become as a result of. It is almost like I know this woman with this power to see into you as she touches you so and leaves such good memories behind.
Always your friend,
Amor
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