Author: Marilyn A F Longfellow
There's nothing more lonely,
Than a heart yearning for touch.
It beats a message,
For someone to trust.
Will she hear it,
In this maddening rush?
And sings the louder,
Like a mating Thrush!
------- Author's Notes -------
Written for Peter ,who wrote the first line of this poem himself,I finished it. He said it was exactely how he was feeling, and he is married. Wake up all you wives out
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Terrie* (188.8.131.52) -- Friday, September 30 2005, 04:13 pm|
i cain sooooooo feel this poem of yours.....thank you Marilyn, for sharin'...there truely is nothin' more Lonely...
|Marilyn A F Longfellow (184.108.40.206) -- Sunday, October 2 2005, 12:47 pm|
Thank you for reading,especially bad to be this
lonely and be married!
|Terrie* (220.127.116.11) -- Monday, October 3 2005, 11:40 pm|
i'm proud to say, as a WIFE ,i've never experienced nor had complaints from the love of my life , but NOW...as a WIDOW I do feel the rough edges of loneliness w/o my soulmate.. when two hearts become one, the one thats left behind, struggles to breath with out the power of their heartbeat, your poem is felt in different ways in life...will i hear him in my dreams when i lay down? with all that is goin' on in my life.. will i bring him back to life , as i always have? one never forgets their first love...i loved it...i love all your work..
|Marilyn A F Longfellow (18.104.22.168) -- Tuesday, October 4 2005, 04:39 am|
Glad you like my poems.Sorry you lost your love. And hope you will find another someday, I know my heart will always skip a beat until my new love is lying next to me, two hearts beating as one. Read my poem Just Hold My Hand, maybe that will help also
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