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Author Name: Freepoematic 4 Comments
Date Added: February 01, 2012 19:02:49 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Type: Free Verse
Category: Dedications Add To Favorites | Text Only
a ~~ loves ~~ z

   a  loves  z


   (inspired by a mysterious poem called "Its Late by: F.F. aka David)


   "Its late

   at night

   and Im

   in bed


   to write



   is the first letter
   will not bite


   its late again,
   another night
   half in bed
   comes a word,
   but no, just a letter -

   is the second one in -- the raw
   will remain tight


   the third night -- late
   in a raw
   my bed is tired of me -
   needs me on time
   cant be bothered
   its another one
   is the third, looks semi -
   circle sight


   Now, be serious
   You know wheres going -- this
   Late nights letters -- yes
   All 26 of them
   One by one -- has
   Kept me awake -- on
   their own terms
   One night stands !


   d e f and g h i
   j k l and m n o
   p q r -- s t u
   v w x and
  Y --
   Z Had to end all the fun ?


   Now you tell me -
   Do I have to call a again ?
   Just for a night -- please -

   Then b, c and the rest -- for
   Other successive nights -- or
   Should I gather all,
   One night -- and
   Make them -- my
   Secret harem sight -- full --
   Till twilight -
   Ignites !


   And youre welcome
   To visit any you fancy
   Just call them all
   Line 'm  up
   From a to z -- and
   Pick any combinations -
   You Like
   Any time ,


Author's Notes:

Well, this was in my mind ever since Master David had a one night stand with letter a:)! I thought he was onto something and yet stopped right at the first night. I could see the 1001 stories of Scheherazade behind it all 1001 nights character - . David briefly explained to me the idea behind it, after I used his mysterious poem as a springboard, to write this, hence " a loves z was born. 

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Comment By: Freee. Gene Myers on February 2, 2012 10:56:06 AM Report
each letter stands alone in a world of its own finally having a family reunion, creating a language all in their own.  they've made it possible for man to communicate.

Comment By: FreeDirk Kruger on February 2, 2012 04:11:07 AM Report
i will read it again, but love it

Comment By: PremiumFirestone Feinberg on February 1, 2012 07:56:43 PM Report
Thank you so much Dean for basing your fine poem on my rather confused one!  This is a delightful poem.  The letters become individual living characters -- and then they seem to be controllable!  I love the end and I think I will choose the letters D and E and A and N!  (I'm sure there's an anagram in there somewhere, what? :)  Thanks , sir, for honoring me so.  Glad the poem inspired such fanatstic ideas!  --David
Comment By: FreeAlistair Muir on February 1, 2012 07:47:05 PM Report
This is just a superb magnus opus of extra-ordinary quality -- so much to take in.  Thank you for a wonderful read



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