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Author Name: Premiummazurekd 11 Comments
Date Added: March 09, 2010 20:03:34 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Loves’ Final Act
Take a cloak-and-dagger tour,
 thru the window panes of my soul.
Did you witness the slithery shadows,
 of mystifying loves’ nightly show?

Spirits flowing in subdued light,
 dancing with rhythmic harmony.
To a melody of an undying love,
 entreating the viewer to be seen.

Letters exposed by a blue moon light,
 line the theater floor to reveal my heart.    
See your name standing on center stage;
 will curtains’ last call be the final night?


Empty stages are filled to capacity nightly,                  

 with humanity’s life-like Romeo’s and Juliet’s.

No sword or poison for stage prop property,

 their hands never take ownership or possess.


Like Romeo and Juliet I found the love of my life,

 they tragically ended love with poison and knife.

I live daily with the memory of loving someone,

 and close my curtain eyelids to replay act one.


My past reopens from night to night,   

 to a persistent hearts’ one lone request.

To reenact the opening act again tonight,

 an encore this playwright will always insist.


God creates all of us in life to truly love one,

 “First Love” ending its run when it just begun.

My heart remembers our awkward words that day,

 repeating my lines believing love wrote the play.


“There is a passion that unites our souls.”
“There is a oneness that only two can know.”
“With you I see my loves’ personal creation.”

“See my loving heart today in your reflection.”


To my hearts applause it’s "Loves’ Final Act,"

Stand under the moonbeam for our light.

The world below us is absent from sight,

Rehearse together in hand this final draft.


“Taste the dew on your glistened lips tonight.”

“Gods’ personal creation placed in my hand.”

“A taste of honey reveals a heavenly sight.”

“My heart beats in time with an angelic band.”





Author's Notes:
finally got the time to write again change the font style as suggested by someone.on march 18th.  the inspiration started with a 75 year old young lady at the cleaners telling me about her first love with such an intensity that it moved my pen to write about it.
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Comment By: PremiumLinda Jo on May 8, 2010 08:10:00 PM Report
Dan, each stanza seems to be a little poem within itself.  My favorite was the third stanza..."letters exposed by a blue moon light"'s amazing what great stories strangers are willing to share.  It must be written in your eyes...or your smile...a signal that says, "I'm a good listener"...and look how you were able to bring her story to light...a very fine poem!
Comment By: FreeSilkinTears on April 27, 2010 10:56:33 PM Report
I needed to read this twice to feel the depth of this wonderful write. deep passionate write.
Comment By: FreeAngel Wings on March 23, 2010 12:30:47 PM Report

Excellent poem..So, well done..keep writing!!


Comment By: FreeLady Dragonwyck on March 21, 2010 08:38:59 PM Report
Dan:  very well developed story.  Great job...


Lady Dragonwyck

Comment By: FreeAndrew on March 18, 2010 08:24:33 AM Report

a great poem supported by a wonderful back-story.  it's amazing how simple acts long ago stay with us forever.  great work....

Comment By: FreeMelody on March 17, 2010 11:35:14 PM Report
Such unique wording, rippled with emotion and passion. Awesome write
Comment By: PremiumPamela A. Lamppa on March 16, 2010 11:08:54 PM Report
"  and close my curtain eyelids to replay act one."

This line is terrific.  Wish I had written it.  Filled with passion and love.  I enjoyed this very much.
  I think you should lose the bold print though, kind of hard to read unless I enlarge it.
Well done with passion and care.  Thank you.~Pamela

Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on March 12, 2010 10:59:55 PM Report
My goodness makes me want the taste of loves kiss....

“Taste the dew on your glistened lips tonight.”

“Gods’ personal creation placed in my hand.”

“A taste of honey reveals a heavenly sight.”

“My heart beats in time with an angelic band.”

Comment By: FreeMoonStar on March 11, 2010 11:44:27 PM Report
Oh my! Now Dan, this was heaven! I read this twice to be honest.. First I wanted to read your words, second, I wanted to understand and feel them.. I must say i am glad i did both, for nothing could have given it justice than that second time.. I was lost from that second on when all of it hit me and I saw your meanings. Like I was right there with you as this was penned.


Fav list for sure.. And so very happily too...

Whoo Hoo!!!!



Moonie xxx

Comment By: PremiumAngelface on March 9, 2010 08:51:50 PM Report
My Everlasting Friend!! You always have away with words that touch deep into my soul! You are such a wonderful friend to have around! Plz don't stop writing! You inspire me to wanta write! I love your style, of writing! Very romantic, living on words of an prayer. Farebanks awaits.. As promised! Heaven is never to far away! Thank you for this lovely poem!!

Hugs Angelface

Comment By: FreeTanya Harrison on March 9, 2010 08:40:21 PM Report
Very romantic!  Well done.  Your poem was inspiring in a different way for me.  Great job.


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