Poems and stories of love & heartbreak.
August 2, 2014 § 16 Comments
This is wonderful, and resonates totally with my own strange relationship 🙂 ❤
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Its when a man reaches deep within and reads himself and in conjunction while doing that, he’s reading into how she she wakes up in the morning beside you, because he spent the time holding the pen as if she was leaving soft strokes in all her curves on the paper as it left a pure outline into the plot carried out from her soul on how to be magical the moment you took the time to read her into your writing.
That’s very emotional & very well written Coco 🙂
I once wrote a fairly long story, almost 200 pages. I would write about 4-7 pages a week. I realized that I was writing about a specific person after a while and asked him to read specific pages, usually no more than 2-3 to get his opinion. He never would, kept saying that he didn’t like to read and that to him it wasn’t important how I made my characters. What I couldn’t get him to understand was that I was paying him one of the highest compliments of love. Your poem is like this. Very well written.
I love how this poem is put together–very different!
this makes me think about strange things, i like it but not the strange place it took me to 🙂 keep writing
WOW!!! Love this.
HI! You are searching for yourself. Put this under your pillow and maybe in the morning you will attain self fulfillment.
You truly have an amazing way with words.
“I have to show him his world.”
Do you love him?
But it IS precisely this ‘Magical World’ that we have now created together — and each can enter, and enJOY it, at any time they choose NOW . . . . I’m Here surfing, lounging, playing, frolicking, vibing, loving, laughing, teasing, joking . . . just waiting for more to join me in the Nova Terra Energies that can never again be diminished against one’s Sovereign Will 🙂
Dear I’m so mesmerized with your words. Loved ur creations
Wow. Thank you SO MUCH! Xoxo
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