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I read that face of yours my love
While leaving you that night
Those eyes were praying luck for me
And heart was throbbing sigh

I know this well, when I were gone
You sobbed yourself in tears
Donít let the circumstances win
My love will live through years

This distance does not work on us
Neither the time which pass
Our longing for each other shall
Will keep shining like stars

It was not just for both of us
And not we bear this lone
But destiny plays lot more games
With lovers, she is prone



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The following comments are for "Yearning"
by Abbas

Yoda
I could Yoda (from starwars) reciting this poem and not one person would raise an eyebrow. It is very well said, very well said and well constructed. Love knows no bounds

( Posted by: Siah [Member] On: June 5, 2006 )

Thanx
A sicere thanx

Abbas

( Posted by: Abbas [Member] On: June 11, 2006 )

Abba - good
You have some good "stuff" here. I like the way it flows, especially in the beginning. I like the line breaks and the content.

If there were lines I would suggest re-working, they would be:

"Our longing for each other shall
Will keep shining like stars"

and "lot" would work better as "far" or "lots".

Please keep posting!

Lady M




( Posted by: LadyMitulia [Member] On: June 11, 2006 )





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