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Tuesday, June 30, 2009

A Lover's Complaint

Rating: 3.7
Never have I scrimped on the love
I bestowed on you from the start.
How now you doubt my ardor?
Even the gods would have envied
The delights I have placed by your side,
They were no less than the fealty they exacted.
Would you have asked for my soul?
But it was yours before you thought of it
The residue of my being willingly ceded
All for the dream that I might dwell
With you in an uncertain Paradise
Only fools are destined to know.
Eddie Roa
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COMMENTS
Lynda Robson 10 July 2009
I liked reading this, very well stated, 10 Lynda xx
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Ency Bearis 02 July 2009
well said and written...the hesitation of love you gave...10
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Carol Gall 30 June 2009
good write eddie.....
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