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A tale of two lovers
By devopac on 06/29/2006
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Written by ~*~aisorbma~*~  (7/13/2006 12:26:46 AM)

i like how you make the reader actually feel the desperation of the struggle.


Written by Eclipse  (7/20/2006 10:16:54 AM)

This is a brilliant poem.
Had me interested until the very end!

Thank You both 

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Written by devopac  (7/20/2006 12:20:33 PM)

for taking the time to review this, and for your compliments. They are much appreciated

it was.......... 

Written by chuckykillerdoll  (4/3/2008 7:10:19 PM)

a well written poem.


Written by promiselovechaos  (4/4/2008 4:56:39 PM)

love it. it's amazing<3


Written by gazingblueeyes  (6/5/2008 5:22:21 PM)

That was absolutely beautiful. Keep writing beautiful poems like this one.

a tale of two lovers 

Written by llanth  (6/20/2008 4:24:56 AM)

wow, i loved this poem its amazing :) if you could rate mine titled " a golden rose" thank you very well done


Written by Grania  (6/20/2008 11:06:09 PM)

Wow, that was wonderful. I especially want to point out how much I enjoyed your structure; it was clean and strong, but it kept the story moving as well. Excellent. :'(

that was... 

Written by elenarenae2001  (9/2/2008 1:44:55 PM)

beautiful and heartbreaking...always my favorite kind =:} thank you for sharing. jenn

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