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Stolen Moments

Rating: 5.0

So...long...the day......so short....the hour
Stolen moments....angst...........deceit
......Another night.....sooo....long....the hour
Stolen moments......bittersweet
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So far away...on an autumn's day
And yet...so near they were
Two woven lives...two souls in love
With many dreams...to share

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Laurena Willetts 01 March 2009

beautiful. you too have managed to turn infidelity from a sin to pure love and give it credence.well done.

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so true.. I love how you set this up it is nice i like how you typed it makes the reader really understand what they are reading.. great work Krista

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Ben Gieske 24 February 2009

I like the fact that you are experimenting with spaces. This is a bit hard to do with PH's limitations.

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Maria Barbara Korynt 24 February 2009

Beautiful poem - excellent writing. Predecessors wrote so a lot that it was possible only to join them. I will be coming back in order to make oneself acquainted with your artistic work. I like it. Greetings for you :) Maria Barbara Korynt

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Ernestine Northover 23 February 2009

I think James that with 40 comments already on your poem there is nothing new that I can say except its a fine poem. Love and hugs Ernestine XXX

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Akhtar Jawad 21 April 2018

So....long..the day.......so...short..the hour Stolen.....moments....angst.............. deceit beautiful!

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Rhonda Moody 21 July 2009

I completely relate to this poem and I love the manner in which it was written. Thank you for sharing.

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Adeline Foster 18 March 2009

Hey James: In this poem I see so many situations that could be termed in this way. How many young people could equate with the thoughts implied. Well written. Adeline

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Rani Turton 11 March 2009

The stolen moments of an illicit love beautifully expressed.

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Joyce Hemsley 06 March 2009

Yes - I consider the poem to be excellent; the way you have spaced out the words, giving the reader time to thoroughly take in the meaning. Joyce.

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