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Going Mobile
by Cynthia A. Buhain-Baello

Thursday, December 04, 2008
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By Cynthia B. Baello
December 4, 2008

The mere sound of your voice touches me,
I'm frozen in timeless eternity,
Ushered into a world of YOU and ME,
Freed in a love that's come to be.

Your nearness in voice crosses the distance,
And consumes us both in love's persistence,
Our words like Cupid's arrows dance
To the tune of our heartbeats beating ones.

Each word a caress releasing our passion
Expressing deep love in unbridled emotion
But we are tangled in this short-lived devotion
Completed and comforted in our verbal union.

Then "Goodbyes" take time for us to say
Unable to let go, how I wish you could stay,
But reminded of the rates of phone calls you pay,
I let you go to call another day.

I love you anyway.

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Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 12/20/2008
Very cute and very sweet!
Reviewed by William Bonilla 12/9/2008
a most enjoyable write Cynthia
the internet is cheaper....try it
but not everyone is computer wise nor owns one
as we do
Love & peace be with you

Reviewed by Michelle Mead 12/6/2008
LOL, very funny, enjoyed.
Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 12/6/2008
This is so sweet and beautiful.I enjoy reading it.take care

Reviewed by Sara Coslett 12/5/2008
Yeah, long distance romances are both pleasant and unpleasant. Pleasant in that they make you feel connected through words, but unpleasant in that they can never go further than that. The tension is very difficult to manage sometimes. ~ Sara
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 12/4/2008
Awwwww, how romantically touching! Does it ever really matter at what age one falls in love....

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 12/4/2008
Wonderful write, Cynthia; but I absolutely refuse to believe that you're sixty!! You look no more than in your thirties; you're BEAUTIFUL!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in America, Karen Lynn in Texas. :D
Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain 12/4/2008
Hello Cynthia,

I hope all works out for you! Wonderful penning!!


Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader) 12/4/2008
I don't overly like them, but when in a jam am thankful for them. My pet peeve with them is that they go dead in certain areas and at the most inconvi... time. But if we have to use them to stay in touch then they are a benifit certainly. Too bad to cost so much especially in your case. Blessings, Holly
Reviewed by Douglas Bentley 12/4/2008
Love is Love. . . .
No matter the cost of the call.
No matter anything at all.['anyway']
Enjoyed reading
Reviewed by Carin Spirit 12/4/2008
This reasoning and keeping in contact with children are the only good thing I can understand about this new (now old) technology. I like the anticipation of getting home at agreed upon time to receive that expected call. ...and I'm only 50. Great write Cynthia. Thank you for sharing. Warmth and Love, Carin'
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 12/4/2008
This is real cute Cynthia as I told our daughter, there was a time when we knew what our friends looked like not have to go by just their voices. Maybe this is a new form of safe sex, lol as I am sure they marry today and has never met each other and may never meet in the future. Thank you for sharing.

Newfie Hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Kathryn Perry 12/4/2008
This is cute! Hope the wedding plans are near---or did I miss it?
Blessings to you and Rocky
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 12/4/2008
Reviewed by George Carroll 12/4/2008
Your love for you husband is as fresh today as it was when you became his bride and it will be that way for your life time. God bless you both. Communication is what keeps loves embers burning.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 12/4/2008
It seems that the price of romance, like almost everything else, has truly skyrocketed these days.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 12/4/2008
Heck with the kids, talk on, expand that cellphone relationship to include e-mail and IM...its a new world out there...;-) ed

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