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Without Your Love

Without Your Love Without your love, my life I feign would ebb away. Without you love, that kindled flame of passion’s fire, would turn to ashes cold and gray. Without your love, my heart grows cold, my feelings dead. Without your love, those moments when we chance to meet, would change from happiness to dread. Without your love these eyes these lips so lonely pout. Without your love to free my lonely spirit from it’s hideaway. To ride kindred spirit, seeking it’s way out. Charles Grady Henderson May 13, 2020

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Date: 10/10/2021 5:19:00 AM
I like this one. I feel like you are speaking about the love poetry but maybe not. If for the love in your life, I am sure she was honored to receive this poem. Sara
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Date: 10/15/2020 5:36:00 AM
A Lovely poem Charles, I alway appreciate a poet that has the gift of rhyme, it makes the reading that much more special. Let me read more
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