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Somewhere, Sometimes, Someway, Somehow
by Eddie Thompson

Tuesday, February 10, 2004

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(To every couple disturbing my walk through the park by finding their moment and ignoring my presence)

Somewhere, world within a world, life within a life,
exists a place of solitude, devoid of all past strife.
Here lovers come to play with hearts full of hope,
seeking ways to ease the pain: ways to simply cope.

Sometimes, as the sun rises, or when evening comes,
lost deep within a web some kindly muse has spun,
heart cries out to heart; soul cries out to soul;
balm is rubbed into a wound and agony consoled.

Someway, through the darkness, tearing down each wall,
he finds his way, relentless, towards her lovely siren call.
His heart begins to pound as he knows it will be soon,
she'll touch his cheek and kiss him 'neath a lovely, silvery moon.

 Somehow, lovingkindness, tender mercies, boundless joy,
will cool the sultry summer; the frozen night destroy.
Then two lives will mingle within a brave new world,
existing just for them...their precious, priceless pearl.


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Reviewed by William Rowan 3/6/2004
Now that one is my favorite of all the poems that I have read that you have posted. It's really beautifully done. Thank you for sharing it.
Reviewed by Jackie Brooks 2/11/2004
A very beautiful and touching poem. Jackie <> <
Reviewed by Judith Pleasant 2/11/2004
This is a beautiful poem with a lot of soul put into it. Deep thoughts and emotions are there to be read.
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 2/10/2004
Very deep and heartfelt poem well done.
Reviewed by Tami Ryan 2/10/2004
A deep, soul-touching write. Eloquent.

Thank you,
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 2/10/2004
Lovely and tender write, perfect for Valentine's Day! Enjoyed, Eddie; thanks for sharing!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your Tx. friend, Karen Lynn. :D
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