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Forever Free

Rating: 5.0
We can bind the wind
With cords of fantasy
And keep it still
For a moment
But never can man
In his shrewdness
Imprison love within the
Fragile walls of his heart
For the eyes will reveal
What the lips
Are loathed to tell
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COMMENTS
Willis Martyn 19 July 2008
Truly a great poem. For all the social control that we exert, our nature escapes, and we ARE our nature.
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Ben Gieske 18 June 2008
Marvelous poem. I had to read it several times to appreciate all of what it said and enjoy the weaving of the message. It seems like we are forever free in the sense that we will and can find a way.
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Sulaiman Mohd Yusof 23 March 2008
are we free................no..............we are not.............
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Lee Degnan 27 November 2007
And this is what I call a 'slam-dunk' of a poem... wow! I really love this one... that is exquisite writing, beautiful lady! Hugs, Lee
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Atsiylah Garfinkel 24 November 2007
Jemarie, it is perfect! You wrote a perfect poem, I'm in awe.10/10
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Marvin Brato 23 November 2007
Free as the wind love that is! A 10.
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Sherry Arzish 22 November 2007
Imprison love within the Fragile walls of his heart For the eyes will reveal What the lips Are loathed to tell i loved the words, beaytiful way for telling the strong emotions.
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Sherry Arzish 22 November 2007
Imprison love within the Fragile walls of his heart For the eyes will reveal What the lips Are loathed to tell i loved the words, beaytiful way for telling the strong emotions.
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Chuck Toll 21 November 2007
Short, clear, assured-this poem is very nicely done indeed! The graceful, natural flow that Patrick McF noted, combined with the tight, taut economical use of words and images that impressed James McL, make 'Forever Free' one of your best and move it into the genuinely memorable realm. Talk about good things in little packages! I'm not surprised by the numerous 10s and the many positive reader comments, to which I'm adding my own enthusiastic thumbs-up. Bravo, Jemarie! (P.S. I think you meant to write 'are loathe' or 'have loathed (?) to agree with lips plural, rather than 'is loathed' in the last line. Or am I missing something there?) Best wishes, Chuck Toll
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Vipin Trisal 21 November 2007
wow, i guess the walls of heart as u said are raally fragile to love.....love can easily break them....well thats my context....for ur poem...its really great and i enjoyed it...thanks
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