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The Love That We Had Once Printable Version PRINTABLE VERSION
by Awais Aftab, Pakistan Dec 25, 2004
Health , Human Rights   Poetry


The eyes that I saw once
The smile that I loved once
The secrets that we shared once
The warmth that you showed once
Do they exist still or have they gone?
Like the flowers that bloom at dawn
Gone they have despite my fears
Leaving behind a trail of tears.



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Awais Aftab

Writing has been a passion, a love ever since I learned to write. For me, writing is a means of expression of 'secret tears and secret pleasures'. True writing comes from the heart and often it is the one to find you, not you the one to find it. Writing gives me power, the strength to carry on, the will to live and to live in a better way. It helps me find deeper meaning in the world around me and to understand myself much better. I can't survive without writing. For me, my writings are the whispers of life, in which the glory and sorrow of life echoes. For me, these are the glittering tears, whose every flash encompasses a thousand aspects of life. I believe that, 'I write; therefore I am.' However, true ease in writing comes from art, and I still have to learn a lot about that.

good Job
Dio nguavese | Nov 27th, 2006
Hi, i like your poem but don't you think its kinda too short or maybe thats the way it should be

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