Rachel Critchell

Rookie (30.05.1973 / Dusseldorf)

Cyberlove - Poem by Rachel Critchell

I've never seen you in 3D
And you've never seen me
So how can it be real
Well, I know how I feel
And I can't explain the rest

Perhaps Cupid seated high
Has been watching you and I?
Leant forward with his bow
Pulled back the arrow, let it go
Straight through the chest.

People will surely joke
How this woman and that bloke
On hearing once a voice
And reading words made a choice
On life and love hereafter.

I bet even Steven Hawking couldn't say
How these things work today
Ours is not to question why
But enjoy each day that lifts us high
To happily ever after.

Comments about Cyberlove by Rachel Critchell

  • (10/8/2005 12:54:00 PM)

    Nice neat rhyming scheme with each stanza's last lines rhyming with each other. Very good (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, October 8, 2005

Poem Edited: Saturday, October 8, 2005

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