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Jayne Davies

Rookie - 115 Points (5th October 1960 / Abercynon, Rhondda Cynon Taff)

Love You All Over Again


Will I meet you again in another life?
Maybe things will be different then,
Go back to the very beginning,
To love you all over again.

I gave up the chance to be with you,
For fate held its hands in the way,
A life of regret's never easy,
It comes back to haunt you each day.

Will I meet you again in another life?
Decisions can sometimes be cruel,
Maybe things will be different then,
Forgive me for being the fool.

Submitted: Friday, September 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 13, 2013

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  • Rookie - 24 Points Edwina Reizer (11/27/2013 5:32:00 PM)

    Hello Jayne, Thank you for your comment on my poem If I Should Leave. I have just finished reading about 10 of your poems and I like what I am reading. Your poems all have a soulful quality. Keep writing. I have been writing for 7 years. I am 75 years old and the poem has been my fate even though it came late. I have just written my 3,000th poem. You may enjoy some of my other poems. I welcome your comments. I know this may sound crazy to you but almost every poem that I have written has been channeled to me by The Famous Poet from your country John Keats. When I put the pen down I do not know one word I have written, Why? you ask. Because I was told in a psychic past life reading that my name was Fanny Brawne and betrothed to him. I was critically ill and ready to leave this world and somehow he reached out to me when I was in a very emotional state and the channeling began. I knew nothing of this. I just figured God stepped in and made me wantr to live again. But in May of 2012. a world reknowned psychic with a Dr. degree from Yale University by some weird coincidence, asked me if she could do a reading for me. I asked her why and she said because from your eyes I can tell you that you lived a very famous life with the poet John Keats in London in the early 1800's. What happened since then is really undescribable. I just finished a book called DO WE LIVE AGAIN? THe rest of this story is so unbelievable that I have a hard time reckoning with it myself. A movie was made of my life as Fannie Brawne with Mr. Keats. It is called BRIGHT STAR.. If you are interested in my story let me know and I will explain further.
    y e-mail is lreizerhotmail.com. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Deepak Sawhney (9/13/2013 1:59:00 AM)

    Why does it happen to nearly all of us? Have you ever considered? I am sure you will meet...someday...someplace, perhaps in this very lifetime, under different circumstances, but an undying fondness for each other. A very poignant statement, straight from the heart. (Report) Reply

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