hmmm. this is a very deeply-sweet poem. i think i am going to marry it. *dearly beloved, we are gathered here today...* very nicely written- you ask all the unaskable questions and address all of a woman's hidden issues of do you really love me... sadly, some of these questions are much, much better left unanswered. very emotional write. *md*
Wow.. I think those questions are hard to answer... but I think some would be quite easy to reply to.. Well anyways were you trying to get answers? Or were you trying to write that for a person that you love? and you just wonder what they will say? I mean I think I will vvote for this as a 5... I really dont think you need to change anything.. I think the format is great.. I also think you thoughts and ideas were brilliant.. I just wish someday.. someone will answer those questions to me.. Im thinking of one person to ask me these questions too.. But its not worth the both..
This is complicated... To most of these questions the answer is yes, to some no. These questions are hard to answer... I think it depends on the personality of someone who reads this... Why did I get stuck...
Very interesting.. The title fits very well with the content of the poem, and the content is so very true.. I know that I always wonder those kinds of things on a daily basis, as do most people in this world.. I can't think of anything that would need to be improved at this moment.. It is well written and stirs the heart with each of the questions you ask in this stirring piece.. Each of the second questions flows well with the first question before it, showing that that is the right place for it as well..
The Beatles asked will you still love me when I'm 64. You seem to be asking will you still love me if I am a deaf blind quadaplegic mute. The answer to that question depends on two things. How much love was developed ina relationship before the person became a sensory deprived vegetable and how much of a personality the person retains despite the lack of other abilities. It is of course exactly these questions that are being asked about the current court case in America of the woman being kept alive on a life support system because of the love of her parents for a long decayed personality, but somehow I don't really think you had this in mind when you wrote your poem.