Karl Stuart Kline

(2/16/50 / Las Vegas, Nevada - When there was only one saloon in town!)

(1.5) Thoughts


How do you leave your love?
Twinned, as it seems, since birth
The spirit has left the flesh
And its' vessel is returned to earth.

You can never leave your love,
For that spirit is there to stay,
You might in time find another,
But wonder if you'll rue the day...

Submitted: Saturday, November 18, 2006
Edited: Saturday, November 20, 2010

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  • Melvina Germain (3/5/2007 7:58:00 AM)

    Yes, I ask myself this question many times. How can I leave my love, he lives now in my heart and I feel his presence at times. I believe he's still with me in spirit so how can I leave my love. So many years together, how is it possible to leave and find another. I don't think so, not for me, My poetry comes from his memory, this is what he wanted me to do. thanks for this lovely poem, it touched my heart.---Melvina--- (Report) Reply

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