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    dots Submission Name: Death do us Part...dots
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    Author: KimmyMim
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    dotsDeath do us Part...dots
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    Breathe in deep my broken one.
    Our life began at rising sun.
    Though eager youth fades 'way with time,
    Your love for me, in truth, sublime.

    Behold our chord is torn in two,
    Alone I'll be, with no more you.
    The pain and grief that tears inside
    shall not succumb to darkened side.

    Don't leave me now! Impale my heart!
    For surely death will, from one, part.
    At eve of life, in sleep you'll rest.
    Yet bond ne'er broke through lovers test.

    Inhale...exhale...gone.




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      most of your poems i have trouble understanding since I'm only 16, but I do understand this. It is more than just a love that many people, often young people, think they have but really don't. It's a love that comes from the heart, not the head. While I was reading your poem, your style reminded me a lot of Emily Dickenson. I hope you take that as a compliment because she is my favorite poet. What makes me think of her is the way your words just flow through without parts that don't seem to fit in.

    ~*~katara~*~
    | Posted on 2007-02-26 00:00:00 | by daughterofdeath | [ Reply to This ]
      Hm, I actually rather liked the idea of this poem, but your chopped up idea's are hard to follow sometimes. Especially

    For surely death will, from one, part.

    Makes me unsure, but I kind of understand where you're coming from when writing this line, because I've written a few like that.

    I like the abstract feeling to this poem. It's melancholy, but I don't believe that 'death' is actually death in this poem. I'd go out on a limb here with guessing, but I don't want to make myself seem foolish, naive.

    Also

    Our life began at rising sun.

    I dont believe that's grammtically correct, maybe 'our life begin [with the] rising sun? Just a suggestion.

    Thanks for sharing.

    By the way, the picture is rather beautiful.
    | Posted on 2006-06-02 00:00:00 | by Rask | [ Reply to This ]
      "For surely death will, from one, part."

    i think this line is quite hard to make sense of and read out. maybe just inverting it differently without those two niggly commas making it weird? just a thought.

    the rest of it flows well in my opinion though.
    ~patch
    | Posted on 2006-06-01 00:00:00 | by jetstream_candy | [ Reply to This ]
      hmm. perhaps, a bit over the top, with the last line. i really think that, it was not only necessary, but in fact took away from the piece altogether. a beautiful plea, from the heart, surely...though, still, quaint, and simply 'simple'. maybe there just wasnt enough to it...it ended up being the signature to a letter, a letter which contained no body. i think that the potential of your words, exceeds being able to universally relate...and would have loved to see you have personably attached this to a memory, a feeling, an individual thought. but, hey, thats most certainly your call. overall, i thought it was clever. but lacked the finesse of a great piece...you definitely have something going for you, however...

    take care...
    t.
    | Posted on 2006-06-01 00:00:00 | by nwproud | [ Reply to This ]
      reminds me of a romeo and juliet kiknd of love.. the thoughts that ran through their heads during their last moments of life..
    i would love to see this written without it rhyming there are parts where it takes away from the message like
    Behold our chord is torn in two,
    Alone I'll be, with no more you.
    it would be so much stronger if
    Behold, Our chord is torn in two
    and I am left alone.
    and I don't really like the side, inside ryming in the next lines....
    but the overall message is beautiful and like I said Rome and juliet type
    | Posted on 2006-06-06 00:00:00 | by mimi | [ Reply to This ]
      Well, I like it and I think there is something to this.
    I gather that till death do us part is for the one that is at deaths door. I am not sure but that is what I gather from this write.

    If not then it is meant to be a reminder that the vows are still true in your heart.

    The last stanza makes me think that your other half is suffering and you ask him to hang on,

    Then it ends with

    Inhale...exhale...gone. Last breath

    Well If I haven't said it yet then this is a great peice and it does have finesse.

    Nicely done

    Respect and Admiration

    Clyde
    | Posted on 2006-06-01 00:00:00 | by Wisdom Seeker | [ Reply to This ]


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