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 Title   [ Click any title below to view poem ]Category Date
 A Flower Caught My Eye The Pain of Love 6/2/2012
 Tomorrows Love Gone Bad 6/1/2012
 A Sad November Day Grieving and Loss 5/30/2012
 A Gown Of Pure White Spiritual Poems 5/28/2012
 Not Being Who They Seem Spiritual Poems 5/28/2012
 People That Aren't Really There Insight 5/27/2012
 A Box Full Of Secrets Friends 5/26/2012
 Wishing You Were Here Love 5/26/2012
 Snow Woman The Pain of Love 5/26/2012
 A Songbirds' Broken Wing Love 5/24/2012
 Reasons Love Gone Bad 5/24/2012
 Semper Fi Poems To Our Troops 5/24/2012
 Casualties Of War Grieving and Loss 5/23/2012
 Seasons Love Gone Bad 5/23/2012
 Empty Breasts Misc 5/20/2012
 The Way It Seems Love 5/20/2012
 A Real Princess Dark Poetry 5/19/2012
 A Heart That Beats To Grieve Love 5/19/2012
 Letters Grieving and Loss 5/19/2012
 A Simple Tree Inspirational Poems 5/18/2012
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A Flower Caught My Eye

As I walked a mountain path one flower caught my eye,
her beauty made me stop, she could not be passed by.
Gently, I looked closer and touched the precious gem,
suddenly, the petals fell off of her stem.

Sitting down to ponder, my mind raced back in time
to a girl I loved when young and in my prime.
Funny, how minds bring memories to take thoughts away
and in a flash brings sadness to our happy days.

I thought she was behind me, this love from my past,
but a simple flower has shown it always lasts.
All my photographs of us are faded gray and old,
yet, I keep them safe, as if they are pure gold.







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