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Once We Were II

Cherished lovers ...
only in a magical mesmerizing moment
coloring passion remembered.
Passion ... someone's perfume perhaps or,
a desire for chocolate fudged to ebony.
Sweethearts embrace
held in pre-alzheimer snapses ... cuddling.
Such a pity, or perhaps ...
a blessing?  Why swoon or sway in the silence?
Just rest in a sweetness
of simmered leftovers
embracing this soul that knows
mountaintop peaks,
starbursts of ectasy
forever and always.

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  1. Date: 4/21/2010 6:04:00 PM
    A beauty of a write have your self a good one, also thanks for your comments.

  1. Date: 4/7/2010 7:35:00 AM
    Wow Sue, such passion in the area of love and romance! You are beautiful Sue and you express your feeling with such grace. Keep writing dear lady. :)

  1. Date: 4/5/2010 10:05:00 AM
    Awesome expression put to pen Sue. Sometime just the way it is on this side of life. Awesome write. Agape, Moses

  1. Date: 4/1/2010 12:17:00 PM
    Another very good poem, Sue!! Bittersweet. LUv, andrea

  1. Date: 3/31/2010 7:58:00 AM
    The romance is alive and well in your soul, Sue! This is lovely!!! nicely done! love, Carrie

  1. Date: 3/30/2010 7:44:00 PM
    When Alzheimer's takes someone's present awareness away, we cling to the memories of "simmered leftovers," those "starbursts of ecstasy" that made them so beloved to us. Such a sad but beautifully penned poem, Sue! Love, Carolyn