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Just Like November

I wait patiently, and eagerly listening for your call.
Was I such a liability to cause you to drift away like leaves in the fall?
       The temperature dropped 30 degrees that day.  On that sidewalk I begged you to stay
But you turned and walked towards the subway.
       Just like November you were suddenly gone.
A man on the corner was playing the saxophone.  I dropped a dollar in his hand and moved
       on.  Without her I headed home.

       I watched the gentle breeze toss around a feather.
It's during these times I wonder if we will ever get back together.
       The chill against the nape of my neck is not my type of weather.
You were so cold.  Your touch like ice, and you did not play nice.
       But I rolled the dice and suffered frost bite because loving
you came with a price.
       My heart and emotions have been disassembled and rearranged.
I wondered how strange?!  Just like November everything seem to change.

       The holidays draw near. Everyone is in festive cheer.
It's just not the same with you not here.
       Now days I stand facing the subway
and I must say, I have this great fear.
       That just like November, I'll soon disappear.
The chill still finds the nape of my neck from the rear.
       The man on the corner still plays the saxaphone.
I drop another dollar in his hand and move on.
       But this time I did not head home,
And just like November we're both suddenly gone!



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Date: 10/12/2009 9:17:00 AM
Hey Jimmy, This is beautifully written! It has excellent imagery, rhyme and flow. I will read more of your work! I'd just read Sara's poem and posted a comment, then I read your comment on her poem in which you mentioned that you were incarcerated. I will include you in my prayers, if you don't mind. Keep writing because you are gifted and remember you are never alone! Sincerely, Audrey (Ladybug12)
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Date: 10/10/2009 10:51:00 AM
Well written lost love. I enjoyed the poem for it drew me in. Keep writing. Sara
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Date: 10/9/2009 3:32:00 PM
what a beauty a fav..Charma
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