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I Remember You As You Were

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I remember you as you were in the last autumn.
You were the grey beret and the still heart.
In your eyes the flames of the twilight fought on.
And the leaves fell in the water of your soul.

Clasping my arms like a climbing plant
the leaves garnered your voice, that was slow and at peace.
Bonfire of awe in which my thirst was burning.
Sweet blue hyacinth twisted over my soul.
I feel your eyes traveling, and the autumn is far off:
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Dr Antony Theodore 10 April 2020
I feel your eyes traveling, and the autumn is far off: Grey beret, voice of a bird, heart like a house Towards which my deep longings migrated And my kisses fell, happy as embers. wonderful romance. tony
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Mahtab Bangalee 10 April 2020
The remember still there is like before For the love the heart feels everything like before Poetic expression on the love of rememberance was very ecstatic way// greatly penned
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Savita Tyagi 10 April 2020
Lovely poem with marvelous imagery. One of a kind to be read again and again.
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Kumarmani Mahakul 10 April 2020
Wonderful imagery and imaginary. Beautiful poem by Pablo Neruda chosen as modern poem of the poem of the day.
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A commendable poem with excellent allegory and appealing analogy
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Edward Kofi Louis 10 April 2020
Remembrance! ! ! Musing along. Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
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Dominic Windram 10 April 2020
Such beautiful imagery!
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Unnikrishnan E S 22 November 2018
Extraordinary. Excellent.
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John C. Mason 20 August 2018
I find that the recitations of poems must be done by a robot identity....the fluidity and rhythm of language that have been earned from the poet's creative spirit have been completely abused. Surely, you have the opportunity to find recitaters who reflect some linguistic and humanitarian talent to orally reproduce good poetry!
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Surajit Banerjee 01 June 2015
'Beyond your eyes, farther on, the evenings were blazing' reminds me a line of poem of Rabindranath Tagore which reads somewhat like this 'in the fiery evening I saw my doom in your eyes'
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