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LONELY


she softly whispered “i’m so lonely”
but i could not imagine why it was so
she attracted me like moth to flame
and i knew it must be so for many men
she met face to face from time to time
she shone so brightly, from inside out
and spoke bold, candied words of love
that ignited the flames of my passion


it was after contemplation i realized
she was selective of who was allowed
to come near her incomparable heart
she could not offer her surrender to
anyone who could not match her desire
and parallel the beauty of her spirit
hers was a large vision and expectation
one larger than life, scary to some men


i wanted to pull her much closer to me
to taste her warm lips would be heaven
to travel her curves with kisses of fire
and taste the salty sweetness of her skin
but i was not ready to match her depth
i still waded in the shallows of romance
unable to drown my memories and pain
watching afar, grieved by her loneliness



DJA 5/16/2012



 

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Reviewed by Regis Auffray
Truly a moving and meaningful write, Don Juan; and one to which I can relate. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by William Bonilla
Excellent write Juan
an enjoyable reading Gem.....
Peace be with you

William
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
The tragedy on both sides of this equation moves me deeply, Don Juan. Yet you breach this heart-aching chasm with your soul-stirring and soul-baring expressions of longing, empathy and compassion. I love the point of view expressed here - so well and so tenderly. Wonderful and sensitive artistry in your words. Thank you. Kate xx
Reviewed by Christine Tsen
You bring so much beauty into the light of understanding ~
Such a poignant write!
Love,
Christine
Reviewed by Erin Kelly-Moen
Excellent, Don Juan! A poem for the ages, that reflects the Ages..

Erin Elizabeth Kelly-Moen
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather
very emotive,can the heart and mind collide. ~ Morgan
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
I really love the power of this poem to move the reader. Beautifully written and beautifully understood.

Ron
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson
Such passion tempered by such adoration
*Don Juan* exalted by your words motivates
one's senses to come out of loneliness!!!!

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
Tender and beautiful DJ.
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone
DJ.
You always have that knack to make a woman feel as though you are writing about her as she reads your stunning poetry.
I agree 100 percent with John. However, being a woman, I have to say, that if you feel that you are not ready to match her depth, you are mighty mistaken, you have the depth of emotion any woman would die to have in their life. So much of this poem, vibrates deeply within my being.
Lovely, lovely, poetry, DJ at his best....

Much peace, love and light,
Amber
Reviewed by John Flanagan
"...she could not offer her surrender to
anyone who could not match her desire
and parallel the beauty of her spirit..."

for me, these lines, DJ, are not by coincidence
at the centre of the poem, they are the central
message, the crux, and to 'match her depth'
as you say later was a challenge many men aren't
ready for; the compassion - not condescension -
in your final line touches me.
This is fine, very fine.

john
Reviewed by Felix Perry
Striking story in poetic form of such a beautiful craving desire...
fee
Reviewed by JMS Bell
AH...DON, YOU HAVE PRESENTED THIS ISSUE SO ELOQUENTLY. WHAT WISDOM TO KNOW...THAT THERE ARE INDIVIDUALS(MALE AND FEMALE)WHO SEEK AN 'UNORDINARY' KIND OF LOVE. AND THEY ARE SO GRATEFUL FOR PERSONS SUCH AS YOURSELF WHO ACCEPT THEM AS THEY ARE...AND MOVE ON. THE...'LONLINESS'...? HMMMM... PERHAPS EVEN THEIR INTERPRETATION OF THIS IS QUITE DIFFERENT FROM WHAT YOU THINK. WELL DONE, JUAN, AND ENJOYED. THANKS FOR SHARING. LOVE, BLESSINGS AND FAITH...
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