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Your ribbon’s red
My bowtie’s blue
That doesn’t mean
I don’t love you

Your soft smooth hand
My rough lined palm
Despite our differences
My heart is calm

For in your eyes
I see compassion
Faith and love
In my same fashion

Your sultry smile
The pulse does quicken
But moral strength
Our bond does thicken

So let the differences
Fit together
Like puzzles pieces
From the ether

Our kindred souls
Will joyously blend
And differences
Will lovingly mend

Signatures are lame. Oops!

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The following comments are for "The Strength of Difference"
by Capulet

The Strength of Differance
I just read this poem and I loved it! You did a great job expressing your love and desire.
Blessed Be.

( Posted by: witchderna [Member] On: November 9, 2004 )

They are the first letters of the thrid and the last stanza.

Very fresh vocabulary for such a simple style. The lastmost four lines are tired of the syllabic rhythm you've established. I am sure this can be reworked. It is 99.9% there.


( Posted by: Teflon [Member] On: November 11, 2004 )

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