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And Then There Was You

Rating: 4.5
My life used to be a calm pool,
Still,
Serene,
Hardly a ripple disturbing the surface.
All around, the rushes stood like sentries
And the water fowls dabbled peacefully in the shallows.
On the little Japanese bridge
A young man and his lover
Stood silently
And gazed
And sighed.
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Sally Childress 04 June 2010
Loveley poem - thank you for sharing it.
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Sally Childress 04 June 2010
I love this poem - thank you for sharing it. From Daffodil Jackson
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Pia Andersson 25 October 2009
'And then there was you' A lovely title. A poem that whispers - yet its clear as chrystal Excellent work.....
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Gil T 14 August 2009
Nice work, Les. I was beginning to wonder if the Muse had deserted you. I do wonder, though, if the second part isn't too understated. Don't they have smileys on here?
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