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Author Name: Moderatoravanheerden 24 Comments
Date Added: September 15, 2008 09:09:20 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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The Cruelness of Pygmalion

I let this happen
Why do I allow the callous
flourishes of love seduce me
and open me for disappointment
Just leave me
let me go

Away from here
where you are Pygmalion
and I am your statue -
Allowing you to mould
me into your creation
of me
Keeping up the facade
but too exhausting
The rawness of my unfinished being
allows me to feel intensely
saddens quickly
and love so deeply
How can I change that now… 

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Comments:
Comment By: FreeFrederick Kesner on January 9, 2013 06:54:40 AM Report
Oh the cruelty of it all! Sometimes they are cruel to be kind. But it is their internal anguish externalised. As with the monster of Dr. Frankenstein and the alterego in Jekyll and Hyde.


Comment By: FreeDamon D. Brewer on April 21, 2010 04:00:59 AM Report
Wonderfully well written piece that you have here my  friend.  I love it.  You go Girl!  You know that you deserved the award that it won.  I am proud of you.  Damon
Comment By: FreeAndrew on November 4, 2009 03:17:06 PM Report
callous flourishes of love.....wow - I love that.  Quite a twist on the old story of Pygmalion - I can understand the award.
Comment By: FreeMoon Fairy on June 23, 2009 11:42:21 PM Report
Adri,
Beautifully written and belated congratulations on your award.
~Tracie

Comment By: FreeGoliath Assassin on June 10, 2009 04:11:26 PM Report
Ah, yes!  I'd give you an award for this one myself!  The truth is raw, and the content is so Adri!  Whether the seducer or the seduced, in both victory and defeat, your writes are so romantic, hon.  You have a very romantic heart.  And that is not a bad thing at all, though it may seem so at times...
Comment By: PremiumDavid Turner on November 11, 2008 03:23:28 AM Report
You have made yourself sound like one of those slaves of Michael Angelo struggling, half-finished, out of a block of marble - they are astounding accidental masterpieces.

 

Sorry I did not congratulate you lst month on this. Well Done.

 

David

Comment By: Freeabby on October 23, 2008 06:27:07 AM Report
It is often difficulte to change the course of love.

Its waves blows you beyond expected directions.

Anyway, thats the way love goes.

Comment By: FreeLeonard Wilson on October 20, 2008 07:19:46 PM Report
Another winner, kid!...Great writing, Adri..I'm impressed...Mr. Cool... :o)
Comment By: FreeAntony Frank on October 9, 2008 03:22:51 AM Report
Excellent poem, deserves the award.

 

Congratulations.

 

Antony.

Comment By: FreeAlison Storm Wolf on October 4, 2008 07:08:32 AM Report
congratulations on a very deserving piece here Adri. I always find such a sense of "you" in your work..It's extremely personal and gives your work depth and value.
Ali x

Comment By: PremiumMary Lou Allen on October 3, 2008 02:12:36 AM Report
I don't know. Sometimes I think we're just puppets and anyone who comes along with the right set of words and gestures is allowed to pull the strings. Well done, Adri. Very. ML
Comment By: FreeRoger Bacon on September 30, 2008 01:03:43 PM Report
Hang in there and keep writing.  That's all we can do.  Congrats on your award!
Comment By: PremiumRaymond Pinsonneault on September 30, 2008 11:02:26 AM Report
Deeply meaningful write, excellent arrangement, wording. Loved it.
CONGRATULATIONS,

by
the way, don't change anything. see my "Being I"

Comment By: ModeratorHenry M. on September 29, 2008 09:29:55 AM Report
Congratulations on the award Adri! Condolences on the sadness that caused you to express your words this way. I offer you a shoulder to lean on and an ear that will listen, hope you will heal quickly.   Henry
Comment By: PremiumCathy on September 29, 2008 08:57:38 AM Report
Congratulations on this very deserving award. Bravo
...........Cathy

Comment By: PremiumJoe McNinney on September 28, 2008 10:31:37 PM Report
Who in their right mind would hurt you Adri? Point him out and I'll have the man shot! Sad and heart-felt write. Congrats, Joe
Comment By: ModeratorLady Dragonwyck on September 28, 2008 06:24:30 PM Report
Adri:  congratulations on the Award for this heart-felt write.  Keep up the great posts.

 

Lady D

Comment By: FreeFilthy on September 22, 2008 04:33:36 PM Report
I go along with what Jolen said. Great poem Adri.
Comment By: PremiumGlata on September 16, 2008 03:12:18 PM Report
Wow, girl...you laid it on the line here, and I don't know how ANYone could ever harm your loving heart...Powerful and deep...and  methinks we're long overdue for a serious heart-to-heart!

I love ya, girl....

GG

Comment By: ModeratorLady Dragonwyck on September 15, 2008 06:45:40 PM Report
Adri:  this is such a heart-felt in-depth write, very well written.

 

 

Lady D

Comment By: Freeb doneff on September 15, 2008 05:23:04 PM Report
Wonderfully expressed, the pain that rides alongside love too often.
b

Comment By: FreeWide Awake on September 15, 2008 05:10:13 PM Report
A true work of art are your poems Adri.

A real pleasure to read poetry such as yours,
Thanks for sharing...

Hugs,
Pamela

Comment By: FreeSteve on September 15, 2008 02:09:31 PM Report

Wonderful imagery from silken words that move softly across the page. 


Comment By: PremiumCathy on September 15, 2008 11:26:06 AM Report
A very sad write here, love the use of the Greek King in mythology who fell in love the goddess Aphrodite and then made a statue of her. Perfect comparison,  love that is carved in stone as a statue is a cold and uncaring love and yes a love where you truly feel trapped.. Excellent write here really enjoyed my read. 
...........Cathy







 


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