by D. L. Fitzpatrick
Wednesday, April 09, 2003
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The ups and downs of love are sure. But
without these how shall love be known?
Of all the vows which thou and I have
The pledge to love each other long
Hath flickered not nor hath begun
But groweth like spring flowers in the
And though moments there are when we
For lack of joy and triumphs in the
Love's intuition says, these shall
Whence ever cometh ecstasy and
And by this wisdom we have owned the
And all the stars that sing for us
No wonder is put beyond our
No lighting rose that love itself hath
Yet, should tempest come and the pain
Love shall hold us fast to the pledge
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|Reviewed by Birdie Houston
|Words to make one sigh, swoon and melt your masterpieces are intriguing love them!|
|Reviewed by Regina Pounds
|This is absolutely beautiful for the confidence in lasting love it expresses. It's also beautiful because of the acceptance and acknowledgement of all the pain love causes.
|Reviewed by Leysa Lowery
|Reviewed by Tonia Polak (Reader)
|Contemporary art with all the ambience of the classics. Inspiringly fine work, D.L. Well done.|
|Reviewed by T. Emilie Dybevik (Reader)
|This reminds me of a girl that has hopes everyday that HE-her knight in shining armor will show....and then admit all of his wrongs and then she forgives and they live that famous fairytale ending and she fails to realize that he has no intent to do such a thing at all....but she keeps going back for more like a glutton for punishment because of this thing that you wrote about ... that pledge of love. Very well done Sir. Teresa|
|Reviewed by Oisín Breen
|mmm worthy of shakespeare|
|Reviewed by A PAX
And totally in awe of your writing!!!
Anita : )