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Sometimes love is never enough
To forgive this void
Beaten through this skin
For when caring is all we love
Then it disappears like breath
On my window
Still we sit for the drop
Hoping it carries beyond last years cloud
But sometimes love is yesterdays biscuit
With coffee not tea
Never to confuse the two for
Digestives donít mix
As no matter if they sit and sit awaiting to dip
Itís never enough unless itís gently cuddled
And shown the palms
To know, just to know
Love is not enough between these days
Left waiting and wandering


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The following comments are for "Never enough"
by C.Lynagh

"To forgive this void"

that's a revelation to me, that is, that the "void" can be forgiven, that the void needs to be forgiven. Wow! that line took my breath away...

and then this cosmic insight is followed up by whimsy, biscuits and tea... and that's a revelation to me too, that you can do that in a poem and it works! I'm loving this. thanks.

( Posted by: AuldMiseryGuts [Member] On: October 1, 2007 )

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