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Her voice is quiet yet
She doesn’t disturb you
Her comforting arms are always surrounding you
But you never feel any pressure
Her presence is everywhere yet
She demands nothing from you
Her kisses so soft and subtle
You never notice her there

When you leave her
Is it with great sadness?
When you return to her
Do you embrace her with joy?
When you are with her
Does she cause you to forget?
When you are away
Do you long for her?
Will you one day choose to stay with her forever?


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The following comments are for "Her Name is Solitude"
by Majnuna

Her Name is Solitude
This was quite a touching write. It made me feel quite thoughtful, especially with the questions you asked in the second stanza. The language and flow was gentle and it read as a very delicate poem.
I think on the fourth line of the first stanza, you meant "you."
Great write. Thanks for sharing.

( Posted by: silverscent [Member] On: March 10, 2007 )

Indispensable and invisible
leaves a heavy feeling in the heart, the woman with her dutiful love becoming invisible, hoping for some sign of reciprocal affection. with her kisses "so soft and subtle" she evinces a kind of pathetic beauty... man, on the other hand looks like an insensitive and ignorant clod... which, in the final analysis, is probably about right.

( Posted by: AuldMiseryGuts [Member] On: March 11, 2007 )

Apparition?
The lady you speak of in this poem seems like a ghost, present in some ways yet nonexistent in others. It makes for a very mesmerizing image.

-ArsPoet@789ica

( Posted by: ArsPoet2789ica [Member] On: May 31, 2007 )





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