June FeirCruz


Going In Circles - The Merry Go Round of Love


Round and round, like a Merry Go Round
Circling a kaleidoscope of emotions
In dizzying speed we go - in this ride of life.

Round and round, like a Merry Go Round
Neither of us is enjoying this ride
We spin out of control, in this dizzying ride of love.

Round and round, like a Merry Go Round
Suspicions, accusations, chaos and strife
Is this what love is all about?

Round and round, like a Merry Go Round
Kiss and make up
This part I like and love.

5/17/09
5: 58 pm

Submitted: Sunday, May 17, 2009

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  • Carl Harris (5/22/2009 10:31:00 AM)

    This is quite a charming and well written poem, June, and many relationships seem to be like this these days, what sometimes used to be called 'push and shove' love affairs! Just when a couple gets too close, one or the other kind of 'shoves' the other back a bit! Some times such affairs are brief, but quite often they last for a couple of years or so. Your delightful poem expressed this kind of relationship very well and your descrpitive imagery was superb! Carl. (Report) Reply

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