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He is calling... He beckons...
He knows me by name
He fills me with awe and anticipation

I spent days and nights with him
I learn from him and with him

But I left him
And he waited patiently
Only tugging at my heart now and then
But never pushing, never forcing

I chose the tangible
To stay apart from him
And still he waited

But now I no longer wish to be away from him
He reaches out to me and I am almost ready to give in

The stars sing with guiding voices
The moon promises to light my way
The wind pushes me forward
Will I relent or allow myself to go?

For my eternal muse... We are of one heart... Forever

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The following comments are for "the road beckons"
by maimai

a poem of true love destined to blossom
very sweet, great imagery, especially the last paragraph was the best.
And love the title of your poem as well.
He seems to love you very much.

thankyou also for your comment on the poem, this part:
"I do not feel regret, only a shadow of what is no longer there, like the memory of autumn when it's already winter" did you make that part up? It's very beautiful! :D

( Posted by: autumnmist [Member] On: April 26, 2005 )

Allow yourself to go. I have fallen in love with this character!!

( Posted by: Serendipity [Member] On: April 29, 2005 )

the road
as much as i would love a man like that, i really meant the road of life. but if i find a man like that i will definitely fall and let myself go.

oh, autumnmist, those were the words inpired by your poem :) thanks for sharing that

( Posted by: maimai [Member] On: May 2, 2005 )

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