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Excuses

Rating: 2.7
I caught your eye that day,
it made a hostage
out of my voyage of discovery,
which I had, long ago, embarked upon.

A wind of change was born that day,
of honeysweet persuasion, which
at first, while softly crying,
created melodies so sweet
and melted by its presence
all defiance.
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Theodora Onken 27 January 2005
It is soooo good I am reading it again. Sandra is absolutely correct, you are a very gifted poet, near genius...this one is eloquent! One of my favorites.....needs publishing somewhere, where all the world to behold, Herbert. Warmly, Theodora Onken
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Theodora Onken 26 January 2005
Herbert, your poem is mesmerrizing, had I ever received anything so lovely as a young and free woman, it would have melted my heart, and you would have captured my soul. There is nothing, absolutely nothing wrong with, it is a sheer and moving, romantic experience....ah, like a knight in shining armour, you are! ! ! ! Warmly, Theodora onken
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Herbert Nehrlich1 25 January 2005
Thank you both for your comments. The low rating was given by three people who identified themselves (unwittingly) and it appears that they were able to deal with their inner turmoil that way.Banyo - I must have been thinking of my favourite tree, the Bunya Pine and, incidentally, a frantic search in all available dictionaries failed to find one that confirmed my spelling. Touché. BANJO it is. H
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Cliff Morman 25 January 2005
This keep me going it was'nt too long I enjoyed it but is banyo supposed to be banjo? ? Our words differ sometimesThe meaning is very clear good write
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