Lodi Cj Ludovik
A Truest Lover, to Discover
One day i'll be thinking
about the Tittanic sinking
Than i'll be the truest lover
for you close to discover.
Than run on air
with arms open
pedaling your litle
love boat rescurer.
Until i'll be in hope seizing
from your hand freezing
from the icebergs broken
a story of a hell spoken.
Only than, you'll find out
what's good, for your heart
if you've cared, from the start.
The bottom line, is dedicated
to the one, emancipated
That released the doves, in peace
than cought them, flying too east
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Poet's Notes about The Poem
Norman WilsonNEW424 days agoflows well and nicely worded. keep writing poetComment +1
Michael GonzalesNEW424 days agoNicely written, keep up the good work, poetComment +1
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Tasruzzaman BabuNEW424 days ago! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Comment +1
Good but would benefit from re-drafting
Red LovingitNEW424 days agoThe message and story are beautiful and would come across even clearer with tighter word choice and cleaner lines.
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