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Terry D. Robertson

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Painted Veil
by Terry D. Robertson
Wednesday, November 04, 2009
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This the complete poem. Part was posted earlier and all parts are used in my novel in progress FALON RISING.


Faithful Lady
With a heart filled with pain
I gave that to you
Now you give me the same
Restless woman, you are living
Without grace
Yet you keep on giving
But I don’t know your face
Love is a painted veil
And your mind runs too free
But the shadow always follows
And your heart is empty and hollow now
Like a bamboo reed


(C) Terry D. Robertson

Falon Risiing

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Reviewed by Linda Torrence (Reader) 11/5/2009
Boo,
You are out doing yourself with these poems! Your poems speak volumns about life and really make you think, then sometimes they speak the truth to the person reading them. Sometimes I feel like I am that poem?

Can't wait to read your new book, the one that you really want to publish!

God Bless,
Linda
Reviewed by Eugene Williams 11/4/2009
we often times seek the unseekable and our reward is knowing what if ....interesting thought
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 11/4/2009
So much tender, raw emotion through this flowing piece...

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Mary Lacey, Desertrat 11/4/2009
Boo,

That's absolutely beautiful. It's heartbreaking, I'm so anxious for your new book.
Take care.

Mary
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