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Lies To Succumb To Her Passion
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TITLE (EDIT)
Lies To Succumb To Her Passion
DESCRIPTION
A poem I wrote about someone that is sometimes dear to me and sometimes not... I believe all will enjoy the smooth flowing and twists!
[151 words]
TITLE KEYWORD
Romance
AUTHOR
Reagan Rothe
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
I consider my writing to be a younger, new style of writing that I created through reading Hitchcock, Puzo, and King, that emphasizes heavily on certain parts and lightly on other events comparitive to David Lynch's films.
[February 2004]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
[email protected]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (8)
A Little Note Saying Hi... (Poetry) A romantic, simple poem for a friend, lover, or whatever... Makes a great Valentine's Treat! [133 words] [Romance]
Cellar Door (Poetry) A mysterious reflection on a couple's life seen through different viewpoints of a tragic world... [114 words] [Romance]
Crimson And Clover (Poetry) Vivid and harsh acts of aggression intertwined with a woman's past... [215 words] [Horror]
E.L.M. (Poetry) A variation from my normal work; light-hearted story derived from Aesop's Fables. A must read... [616 words] [Humor]
Of Love And Of Thy Compassion... (Poetry) The story of a past relationship I had best desribed in this poetic masterpiece!!! Short and to the point... I think all will enjoy!!! [94 words] [Romance]
Simplicity (Poetry) Simple... sweet... sentimental... [118 words] [Romance]
The Works Of A Mind Distraught... (Poetry) The evilness in the world around us and how one can be so easily persuaded or swayed to the other side... The things he/she feels and sees along that path! [145 words] [Horror]
Veiled Enigmas (Short Stories) Vieled Enigmas is a twisting, turning mystery with surprise lurking around every corner. The reader will remained stunned as every scene brings out something new and the reader will not know the outco... [4,972 words] [Mystery]
Lies To Succumb To Her Passion
Reagan Rothe

For as I lie here in my own Hell
Hours of the cold, dead night
I ponder over our trials of love
Trying to succumb to the light

Was it love, or was it passion?
Such a strong word it appears
Like a phantom in the dark
It grows inside, and so do our fears

Burning blonde with eyes capturing
A web, she spun, with haste
Sheltering the emotions surfacing
But yearning to give her a taste

Tribulations of pain await us
I lie, they’ve already passed
I lie again when I say I don’t love
I lie a final time, saying “This is the last”

Is it my heart that knows best?
Or is it my head?
Neither of them matter now
The promises of passion are dead

A wayward, staggering youth
Attempting to shed my skin
Deviations necessary, hate induced
When love is on the line, I must win

We’ve done each other so much wrong
In my twisted mind, I have sinned
Forgetting is the solution of all solutions
Who was I speaking of again?

      

 

READER'S REVIEWS (14)
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"A master at work!!! You have stunned me again with brilliance young padawan Reagan! The ending tops off a great tale of love's!" -- J.J., NY, NY.
"Reagan, great stuff! Top me this is your best yet! Especially the last line, would that it were really that easy to forget! One typo --- "Neither of them matter "know" s/b "now"?" " -- Judith.
"Loved this one and agree with Judith this one is your best yet" -- mandi shorter.
"Thanks Judith, got that changed!!! And thanks Mandi, J.J., and Judith for the reviews!" -- Reagan Rothe, H-Town.
"This is wonderful!" -- Michelle.
"That was the best so far, I really could relate to this one! How do you do it? lwheeler" -- Lindy Wheeler, D'Hanis, USA, Tx.
"Nice job Reagan. I even understood it. Didn't know you were such a romantic. Cindy" -- Cindy Gates, Pleasanton, Texas, USA.
"You're Ma said I just had to read some of your stuff. Well, she was right. From one writer to another...you're definitely rockin' bud!" -- Raquel, Sabinal, Tx..
"Bravo Reagan! This is absolutely wonderful. Deep, revealing, passionate, meaningful and funny at the end. What every poem should be. Who knew such talent was inside such an adorable package? Love Marsha" -- Marsha, Dallas, Texas, USA.
"Okay... the second review of your work. Sorry to say I don't agree with the majority. I find it weak, tired and boring. This part...Is it my heart that knows best? Or is it my head? Neither of them matter now The promises of passion are dead It sounds like something a high school football jock would write to the head cheerleader on prom night. Sorry... I just don't see the talent. I won't give up though. " -- D. G. Williford.
"Not my favorite piece of work from you Rothe, but the ending definitely added a favorable twist and brought me to recall on some of my past errors!" -- JJ, The Miss.
"I like the way he talks about love and passion threw his poem. also I like how he says burning blonde with eyes capturing a web she spun with haste. and how he talks about love and then forgets who he was talking about. I like that kind of twist in a poem" -- Lance Neumann, college station, TX, U.S..
"i liked it alot!!" -- alyssa, rockport, tx, usa.
"This is the first one of your writings that I have read. Who knew? Definately a nice piece which is easy to read and understand. waytogoreagan!" -- Carolyn Huesser, D'Hanis, Tx, US.

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COPYRIGHT NOTICE
© 2003 Reagan Rothe
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
March 2003
NUMBER OF TIMES TITLE VIEWED
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