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Fantasy
by Mary Terzian

Monday, June 19, 2006
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Fantasizing about a person

Fantasy

Iíve been thinking of you
So much and for so long
That you have now become
A vision of my own.

I have given you charm
And loads of quality
You have become a dream
More than reality.

I get confused indeed
When we happen to meet
Because you do not match
My new mental image.

Do you understand why
Our love is in danger
I have given my heart
To a complete stranger.

Mary Terzian

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Reviewed by Ankin Timourian 9/2/2009
Great poem, flows beautifully, Mary. We are all gone through that kind of illusion or images and that image is so sadly real when you are in love...you get blinded by love. Unfortunately not all of us can find true love and when it comes, sometimes its too late...
Love, Ankin
Reviewed by prabodh ranjan 12/2/2008
fantasy is a creative imagination or an unrestrained fancy;a capricious idea..

well u hav explained d meaning very clearly but since it's a poetry try 2 follow rhyming sequence. The rhyme echoes the almost hypnotic effect...dis will make it better.....
Reviewed by Samantha Williams 7/19/2007
Love it! I wrote a short review on it for my school english lesson and was very well praised! I know how it feels to create your own vision of another person only to find they are completely different.
Reviewed by peeksi pinus (Reader) 1/1/2007
nice work but sorry 2 say smthng is missng thts nt mking it direct 2 heart.May I knw why?
Reviewed by Pier Tyler 12/29/2006
I love a good fantasy. I do not like being confused. It's like knowing someone and not knowing them all rolled up into one. You've explained it exactly how we have, at times, felt this way.
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 6/19/2006
Sometimes fantasy of another person creates deadly result for oneslf; especially the other person has no idea that he/she had been fantasized.

What you put into your own mind of another has no bearing of what he/she is really like in realities. Some went to extremities when creating fantasies about another person.

Fantasies are just fantasies, they are not realities. People should be able to differentiate the two, and not to do harm to another because of their own fantasies.

Anyway...this gives me a chance to rant...

Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)
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