Lost Love 2

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My dear Tracey I know you will never see this poem, but I feel for you always and forever.

Lost Love 2

How did I learn to no longer hate?
Was it when my pride I ate?

All it took was the one contact.
My broken heart could not react.

Old lovers again united. 
This soul cannot be reignited.

Her flowing red hair just as I remember.
Her skin white as snow in December.

My heart too blind by hate to see. 
No she melted my heart... it cannot be!

Only her picture started this to be. 
My soul plays fate's symphony.

Tell her my feelings? On fire once more?
Tell her what her presence does to my core?

Would she simply laugh and say
That love has long gone away?

What brings us together is that Miracle Baby,
We both call him son, oh love again just maybe?

Years are gone so many moons have rose.
What if, dare I say, she already knows?

Will she, could she feel the same way?
The way I feel not just today?
 

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Poetry is finer and more philosophical than history; for poetry expresses the universal, and history only the particular.

Aristotle (384 BC-322 BC) Greek philosopher.

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