The Masks Of Love Poem by Alden Nowlan

The Masks Of Love

Rating: 3.4

I come in from a walk
With you
And they ask me
If it is raining.

I didn't notice
But I'll have to give them
The right answer
Or they'll think I'm crazy.

The Masks Of Love
Kay Staley 18 June 2014

Simple message that is quite easy to identify with. Not a strong meaning that leaves you wanting to change your life or make your situation better, just a quiet reality that is enjoyable to recognize. This poem would be stronger if it was longer and suggested other actions of a person in love. If it went on with more examples it would be more memorable and someone may wish to memorize it and truly ponder it.

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John Richter 10 August 2015

Mr Nowlan's writing is indeed incredibly unique and hits a spot on the soul that so few others seem to be able to find. This wonderful little poem says more things than I could find words for in a month of rain....

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love poem written in a unique way. Liked it.

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Kaila George 20 June 2012

That was brillant...bravo...thanks for the share...and no your not crazy.

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Hunter Hunters 18 June 2012

You're not, luv ur poem.

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Richard Wlodarski 11 April 2022

Echoes of One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest. Really enjoyed it!

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Edward Kofi Louis 11 July 2020

Talkng a walk! ! Muse of nature with the fragrance of life. Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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Ruta Mohapatra 11 July 2020

A lover's state of mind wonderfully expressed!

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Aqua Flower 11 July 2020

The passion of love can take us out of this world. No wonder he never noticed the weather. Brilliantly penned! 10++++ loved this so much!

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Alden Nowlan

Alden Nowlan

Stanley, Nova Scotia
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