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In A Year

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Never any more,
While I live,
Need I hope to see his face
As before.
Once his love grown chill,
Mine may strive:
Bitterly we re-embrace,
Single still.

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Ratnakar Mandlik 11 June 2016
Outstanding expression and imagery's confluence with intense emotions Thanks for sharing it here.has been achieved in this great love poem by the great poet.
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Susan Williams 11 June 2016
Not to be sexist though it will sound like I am, but I think women have the edge when it comes to loving long and loving through the hardships and loving come what may- - because women are imbued with what is needed to raise children for years and years. We're long-distance runners, raised and bred. Men and their affections are sprinters- raised and bred for short distances. Since they have to pursue and catch all those fillies, they don't have the time to be long-distance runners. This poem is a beauty, though.
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Pranab K Chakraborty 11 June 2016
``Speak, I love thee best! '' ``Speak, I love thee best! '' ``Speak, I love thee best! ''......................Tragically, it 's a dream in a lifetime!
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Val Legend 11 June 2016
love the choice of words and thethe arrangement... nice poem
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* Sunprincess * 11 June 2016
............a wonderful poem with an exceptional ending ? Well, this cold clay clod Was man's heart: Crumble it, and what comes next? Is it God?
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Edward Kofi Louis 11 June 2016
Love's decay! She never seemed mine before. Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
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