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The Optimist
by Edward Phillips

Sunday, March 06, 2011
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Old too soon.

The Optimist

Beauty walks into my life without a sound.
She’s not there every morning, but often enough to keep her vision alive in my mind.
I see her from about a quarter of a mile in the distance.
She is tall and so erect.
Her body is a vision of loveliness and perfection ~
So tanned, and athletic, and supple.
And clad only in a bikini.
My aging muscles are suddenly youthful.
My stride firms, my pulse quickens.
Today she will speak to me.
She approaches, and my eyes move toward her.
My smile broadens.
She looks straight ahead
With all the warmth and sincerity
Of a marble statute.
She passes
Like a stranger in the night.
The moment is gone.
“Tomorrow will be different “
I sigh. “Yes, tomorrow will
Be different.”

 

 

 

 

 

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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 2/17/2012
One must keep up hope, Edward. I agree. Love and peace,

Regis
Reviewed by Clarence Prince 4/2/2011
Very true, Edward! "I sigh. Yes, tomorrow will be different." Blessings!!
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 3/10/2011
Hopefully it will dear man...sighhh..enjoyed...Hugsss
Reviewed by pat medlin 3/7/2011
the body you may be dragging around is probably the only 'old' thing about you....i love the young hearts and minds of optomists...and try to avoid all negative words...i liked your piece...thanks edward



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