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Beside the sea on a moonlit night
when life should have been full of delight
a child shed painful tears
of anguish, unspeakable fears
a teardrop fell into the ebb and flow
to ride the waters of eternal woe
a man, he seldom cried anymore
though lost in his internal war
his Weltschmerz gripped his soul
unfulfilled desires burned
like smouldering coal
a raindrop fell upon his face
prompting what time could not erase
silently he wept again
tears united with the pouring rain
he cried for then and what is now
hard earned furrows on his brow
yet by life's grace, he was no longer alone
she took his hand and led him home
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een sterk dicht
killea: Many thanks, Martine
een heel diep mooie zee gedicht vol
killea: Thank you, Diana
The boat that I row...
Beautiful poem June!
killea: Thanks, Greta
Heel erg mooi
killea: many thanks, Tessy
I LOVE YOU JUNE!
amazing how your words, piece for piece, led me...
I'm glad I've visit you today
(not always possible, how much I want to)
killea: You are too kind, many thanks for coming along Jamal
killea: many thanks, ppe
killea: many thanks, Liesje
een zeer mooie traandruppel op mijn scherm schittert helder ...
killea: thank you, Ivo
this teardrop made me happy June!
killea: that makes me happy, Jan
weeral: magnifiek June!
killea: Thank you, sweetheart
prachtige kunst noem ik dit, zoveel inhoud,
killea: thank you love
Ook al met de tranen die raken ...
de eerste en laatste strofe vind ik het mooiste,
killea: thank you, alie
that's what i've wrote about in my poem 'Dat ik oprecht van jou hou'.
if anything, when somebody that normally does not cry in the presence of other people, does so in your presence, that is a truth and bone vote of absolute confidence; and that's very moving. When that happens to me, being the receiving part of that communication, I'm always overwelmed then, and can only hold my own tears if I know that it will not help that person.
That's what I read here! Moving June!
killea: I am overwhelmed by your beautiful FB, Dicky