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Date Added: February 21, 2006 11:02:34 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Lost In Limbo.

This hell on earth, this torment mine
A hopeless romantic, caught up in time
From an age of beau's and flattery
To morning duels and chivalry

Men at arms who fight the cause
The victors spoils and lavish balls
Frills and ruffs, and velvet gowns
Stately manors with packs of hounds

Lovers secret assignations
Broken hearts and wild flirtations
Cloudless nights with stars above
Where lovers pledge undying love

Caught in a time that isn't mine, it is a parody
Every hour of every day, now seems eternity
I tread the future, yet live the past
This hopeless role in which I'm cast

I cannot change the way I feel
Lost in time,  my senses reel
In a world so cold and full of sadness
Comfort me in my hour of madness.

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Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on February 26, 2006 11:02:40 PM Report
CHIVARLY MY DEAR FRIEND IS LOST IN THE STATES MOST OF THE TIM I THINK?? MEN ARE JUST RAISED DIFFERENT NOW.. TAKE ME I WANT A GENTLEMAN AND A FRIEND AND LOVER ALL IN ONE..OLD FASHION I GUESS..MAYBE I WAS BORN IN THE WRONG TIME.
SEND ME A VELVET ROSE THAT HAS BEEN KISSED WITH THE FINGERS OF FIRE THERE ARE SOME OF US THAT ARE ROMANTICS!!
~ALWAYS SCARLETT
Comment By: FreeKeri on February 21, 2006 02:14:56 PM Report
The idea of love and romance is lost in this world of instant gratification. I know that I've not found but two or three people, especially men, that share my views on romance. This is a wondeful piece, as always.

~Keri~

Comment By: Freelilac on February 21, 2006 01:56:59 PM Report
I absolutely love this poem!! especially those last two lines. we are apparently kindred spirits, because I feel the same way and would love to have lived in that other time. this is wonderful!!
Comment By: FreeAngel on February 21, 2006 01:28:58 PM Report
Chivalry has not died or romance Graham some men do still hold this beautiful quality.It is not a torment but a gift my friend.
Wonderful

Love Angelxxx
Comment By: FreeGlata on February 21, 2006 12:36:53 PM Report
The world could use more men like you, Graham...Chivalry has been lost...trampled under the rough shod feet of uncaring and greed. Lost in limbo though you might be, you are one of the few good men left on this earth...Yeah, there's still a few out there, and I've been blessed to meet some of them...
Hugs, and never change...
Glata




 


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