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How do you move on,
Move on after the one you devoted you'r life to is no longer there.
How do you pull that life back together,
How do you put it behind you.
Never forget,
I could never,would never forget,
The love for her runs to strong.
The emotions put me beside myself,
The tears never stopping.
The thoughts of us together and now being apart,
The endless pain in my heart yearning for her touch,
But knowing her touch will no longer be there.
The thought of no longer holding her,
The worries of her illness and pain.
The thoughts of never loving again,
and always being........alone.

Copyright © Charles Ruble

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  1. Date: 12/24/2012 8:32:00 PM
    CHarles, Once again, we find ourselves trapped in the Holiday Season. And, hear I am stopping by to say Hi and to wish you a Merry Christmas once again sincerely from my heart. Loving each moment I found comforting here on the soup. Thank you for any comment or support you have offered now or in the past. Love always & forever ~ PD

  1. Date: 11/21/2012 9:37:00 PM
    Charles,, Stopping by to greet you and every other soup poet, with a special thank you comment, during this wonderful Thanksgiving season. Hope you do not mind the time I am taking to express my sincere appreciation for any support you have offered during the years, or time you have been here on the soup. I am deeply thankful and extend to you my best wishes for a happy and healthy Poetic Magical Thanksgiving Day. *Always & Forever, the Poet Destroyer; -*

  1. Date: 2/13/2012 5:13:00 AM
    You have alot of good friends here in PSoup,and you written well Charles. - oxox hugs Anne-Lise