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Love Lost

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And she said -
‘Over the years
Your love for me has dulled,
The initial nip is missing,
Too familiar your face and hands are,
And so is your voice;
Except for your eyes,
Sharp and engaging as before
I still find them difficult to read.'

Having said that
She did not turn away her face,
A smile lingered on her lips
I did not hear sad notes,
For I believe her.
I believe she loves me as before,
That her love for me is rich and deep;
I held her face in my hands
An open book for me to read.
Thursday, April 1, 2021
Topic(s) of this poem: affinity and love
Deluke Muwanigwa 01 April 2021
Great poem. Look into her soul through her window, the eyes.
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Robert Murray Smith 01 April 2021
Love changes over time. Well read, dear brother.
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