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Romantic Love Observed

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From age's vantage post Romantic love found Life's journey bound A duet without a sound Waves crashing on the coast Eyes glancing, breath by breath Without any thought of death From one generation to another We merge to discover A moment of perfect symmetry

Copyright © | Year Posted 2017

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Date: 1/27/2018 9:09:00 PM
A deep and beautifully expressed poem Michael. Warmest wishes.. ~Susan
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Date: 12/13/2017 8:40:00 PM
Very nicely thought of...
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Date: 11/20/2017 5:45:00 PM
I love your poem. The writing is so strong and deep, and the rhymes are really clever. I like the last two lines best. I wondered though, what you meant, if it was by chance that this moment of perfect symmetry came about, or a higher power that guided it.
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Date: 11/20/2017 2:09:00 AM
I like your deep thoughts, but speculate, is there an age gap to discover?
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Date: 11/20/2017 12:06:00 AM
I like the poetic sound in this poem.Of course love is different for every individual.
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Date: 11/19/2017 9:48:00 PM
Although I don`t agree with some of the formulation of this poem, I do admit the almost every line is poetic, and that the flow of the poem has some merit. Thanks, Luis Estable
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Date: 11/19/2017 1:38:00 PM
Hi happy you are here welcome. Love hmmm one of the most difficult to get right but probably most written about topic. I like your style!
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Date: 10/26/2017 3:13:00 AM
- Welcome to Poetry Soup with your first poem Michael, hope there will be many more in the future - // S.S.
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Date: 10/21/2017 6:27:00 PM
Nice. Welcome to PS.
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Date: 10/20/2017 6:49:00 AM
Beautiful poem, Michael. Love the final two lines. Welcome to PoetrySoup
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