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Larsen M. Callirhoe

still serious

i stand tall and look to heaven.

i ask god how much longer will i suffer.

 

i cry and say no more

i am tired of illness.

 

i love you baby as the tears roll down my eyes

how many times i wanted to hold you in my arms

and tell you how much i still adore you,

 

as the time goes by and the years roll on by

my love for you is still strong as it grows stronger every day.

Larsen M. Callirhoe

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Hey Victor,

 

I hope you had a pleasant birthday! The title of this poem immediately caught my attention; upon reading, I was struck by the duality of it: yes, the illness is still serious, but so is your love and yearning for the other person. I enjoyed reading this fine write.

 

Tony

Here is a link to an index of my works on this site: tonyv's Member Archive topic

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my eyes just got wet, Man! Gash i could gift such verses to my beloved!

 

 

i have nothing more to say! carry on, it's a Larsen day!

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The poem seems raw but so does the emotion - it works IMHO.

 

Sadness and desperation overwhelmed by love and the hope it inspires.

 

Cheers

 

Mike

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goldenlangur

Hi victor,

 

Your poem has a sense of distilling life - your illness and near- misses of fatality have crystallized the most important issues and here you show how the love you feel for this woman endures through the fog of suffering.

 

 

Beautiful and moving. It's great to read your work again.

 

goldenlangur

goldenlangur

 

 

Even a single enemy is too many and a thousand friends too few - Bhutanese saying.

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Larsen M. Callirhoe
Hey Victor,

 

I hope you had a pleasant birthday! The title of this poem immediately caught my attention; upon reading, I was struck by the duality of it: yes, the illness is still serious, but so is your love and yearning for the other person. I enjoyed reading this fine write.

 

Tony

 

hi tony i am ahstruck that you think this is fine poetry. i was just writing down how my emotions work,

 

thanks by the way for the birthday call it meant a lot to me my cybernet friend,

 

victor

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Larsen M. Callirhoe
my eyes just got wet, Man! Gash i could gift such verses to my beloved!

 

 

i have nothing more to say! carry on, it's a Larsen day!

 

thanks bloodyday for commenting by the way nice to meat you, i will comment on some of your poetry it is very interesting. i just have not been feeling well enough to make a descent remark yet,

 

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The poem seems raw but so does the emotion - it works IMHO.

 

Sadness and desperation overwhelmed by love and the hope it inspires.

 

Cheers

 

Mike

 

nice to meet you billydo. thanks for commenting, '

 

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Hi victor,

 

Your poem has a sense of distilling life - your illness and near- misses of fatality have crystallized the most important issues and here you show how the love you feel for this woman endures through the fog of suffering.

 

 

Beautiful and moving. It's great to read your work again.

 

goldenlangur

 

why thank you goldenlangur that is the affect iwas trying to ascertain,

 

your friend victor

Larsen M. Callirhoe

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It's curious how love can keep growing stronger

within a person

when only a memory is needed......

when a person is no longer there....even after years.....

I believe this is true too, Larsen.

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Aleksandra

My friend Victor. This poem it streaks with sadness and feelings.

I loved this poem. You expressed so nice your emotions. That love deep as ocean hurts always, not just we are ill Vic.

This poem I love because the words and expressions comes on natural way, and they are so clear. As you said that is just writing down your emotions, but this one works so well. You provoke in this poem emotions of the readers too. So that is real poetry for me.

 

As I told you Vic, my prayers for you, always.

 

Aleksandra

The poet is a liar who always speaks the truth - Jean Cocteau

History of Macedonia

 

 

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Through the suffering love stands out! Wonderful and moving!

 

Hold on Vic. you are always in our prayers!

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