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Time by L Chapman - [170 words]
Through Me by L Chapman - [70 words]
Those Beautiful Eyes by Jessica G. This poem isn't deep, and it's not quite about love, but it's one of those deep love poems... [74 words]
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Looking Through Glass by Mary Jo Javier - [54 words]
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Father by Candace Apple - [20 words]
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Chairs by Mary Jo Javier - [34 words]
A Poem About Obscene Language by L Chapman - [153 words]
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The 30 Seconds Poet by L Chapman - [123 words]
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Rice Krispy Treat Squares by L Chapman - [48 words]
Please Read My Poem - Again by Richard Koss The inspiration for this poem came to me after reading several poems (good and bad)... [195 words]
Being by Olef Ransom Saulles Poem [124 words]
Another Time by Ann Chu a plaintiff desire for a break from life [65 words]
The Saga Of Douglas Cliche - Part One by Richard Lynch Part one of a series. [243 words]
The Better Man by Richard Koss A poem about a lonely, young, soldier wating for a train to take him back to base. He becomes e... [238 words]
Sonnet by Olef Ransom Saulles - [81 words]
Poem Thread by Olef Ransom Saulles - [110 words]
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Darkness by Kishore Daswani It is a poem about being alone, and the feeling that nobody cares if you are dead or not. [113 words]
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Americas Burning, Excerpt. by Olef Ransom Saulles From a longer, unfinished poem. [239 words]
The Sound Of Lovers
The Hunger Cult by Martin Rutley Short poem about greed, immorality, and coporate murder in a dying world. [80 words]
The Cartoon Vandals by Martin Rutley The new religion? [66 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
The Sound Of Lovers
DESCRIPTION
A look at the sadness of lonliness against the contrast of love
[147 words]
AUTHOR
Adagio
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[June 2001]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
[email protected]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (8)
A New Dawn (Short Stories) When life seems hopeless, there always something, no matter how small to cling to [1,636 words] [Drama]
Childhood Dreams (Short Stories) This is a short piece for those who fondly remember the past and try to relive it as often as they can. [288 words] [Mind]
Comfort For None (Short Stories) This story is inspired by the sadness of abuse in the family and the effect on those concerned. [326 words]
Klaas (Short Stories) This is a story I 'discovered' after noting the homeless in the city of Cape Town. I would appreciate any comments about it. [2,122 words] [Drama]
Love For An Hour (Short Stories) This is a very short, sad story of modern love and how easy it is to "love without loving" [146 words]
Paradise Relived (Short Stories) This is a short emotional story of the full cycle of love. [1,534 words] [Drama]
Quiet Seduction (Short Stories) A short tale of nocturnal seduction [137 words]
The Greatest Show On Earth (Essays) A comment on how the public fuel war by supporting the big businesses and media giants that promote it. [390 words]
The Sound Of Lovers
Adagio

The sound of lovers, contributors to the chorus of passion, fills the night.
The solitary golden flame flickers at the arrival of the gentle breeze,
While silhouettes move gracefully as shadows envelop them.

From the summer eve, a solitary form, beautiful in its flight,
Invades the momentís intimacy.
The creature, majestic in its entrance, heartbreaking with its loneliness,
Dances to the rhythm of the unified shadows.
Dipping and weaving, teasing the golden candlelight, circling the haloed flickering, mesmerizing in flight.

Lovers riding the wave of exquisite unity,
Innocent to the intrusion,
Unsympathetic to the plight of loneliness.
They share their selfish bond, aware only of each other.
They move to the music, the love that they have found.

Rising on powdered wings to the climax of love,
The solitary moth attacks the golden eye.
As the union is undone and the blackened wick grows higher,
The loveless creature dies alone within passionís fire.


 

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© 2000 Adagio
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
August 2000
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