Frederick Kesner
St. Thomas University Hospital
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A Moment's Interlude

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where have all the people gone?
you walk past them on the street
and they stare blankly ahead

or are wrapped up in their own world
a bubble that shields them from
the oozing hurt and confusion that
is like a cloudy mist that would not lift.

how the heart hungers for that one:
that though we may remain as before
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Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Topic(s) of this poem: introspection
Stephen Stirk 02 March 2009
All the lonely people. This poem strikingly brings it home. Some are lonely, some are too far up themselves. Steve
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Naseer Ahmed Nasir 28 February 2009
Sometimes one moment of intimate connection becomes essence of whole lifespan. A good poem, Frederick. Best Wishes. Naseer
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C. P. Sharma 22 January 2009
Whatever could be point in writing this beautiful poem but I agree that there come moments in the life of eachone of us when we feel lone even in a crowd.Perhaps, that is our fate as Mathew Arnold says, 'we mortal millions love alone'. CP
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Kushal Poddar 18 November 2008
very eloquent. heart felt.
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This was actually scary to me having a social phobia, my biggest fear would be any type of intimate connection.
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David Dennis 24 April 2007
I can identify with that. Well said. DD
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Keith Young 06 April 2007
sweet and straght to the point good job on it oh thanks for the comment
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Keith Young 06 October 2006
good poem i understand whats the reason for this poem plz let me know thanks for u time
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