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GJG Elton

(Philadelphia, PA)

Goddess in Maine


There lives a young Goddess in Maine
Over me, I'd allow her to reign
Though miles apart
she reclaimed my heart
and someday, I'll marry again

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Submitted: Friday, March 08, 2013
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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Since I am not a poet, I had a difficult time with the 4th and 5th lines. on the fourth line, instead of 'reclaimed', I toyed with 'restole' and 'still stole'. On the 5th line, instrad of 'someday', I toyed with 'I hope to' and 'I wish to'...

If anyone out there has an opinion, and why, I would love to hear from you.

Thanks for reading.

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  • Gjg Elton (3/8/2013 7:48:00 AM)

    Cute limerick. Although I have nothing to say about your other possibles (Report) Reply

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