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Bonnie & Clyde

Updated on September 10, 2012
Bonnie and Clyde Movie
Bonnie and Clyde Movie

She lived for him

He was her one love

Doing anything for him

A star from up above

Two tragic lovers

Parker Barrow

Unite

Breaking dawn

Through the dim

Twilight

He lived for her

She was his shining star

Lovely and bright

Outshining them all

A union all their own

Which they created together

She for him

He for her

A union unweathered

A loss the day

When it came to an end

Through steel

Fiery blaze

Silver bend

The lost lovers still

Holding hands

Amongst the wrath

Amongst the rage

Death beckoned

To them

They were finally

Released

From their cage

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      cleaner3 4 years ago

      nice, ...sweet,... cool..

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      Mark G Weller 4 years ago from Lake Charles, LA.

      Interesting and tragic.

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      mckbirdbks 4 years ago from Emerald Wells, Just off the crossroads,Texas

      Fiery words to those that went out in a fiery blaze

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      Ruby Jean Fuller 4 years ago from Southern Illinois

      One of my favorite movies. A little over-kill don't you think..I like your kind of poetry...Smiles..

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      Gail Louise Stevenson 4 years ago from Mason City

      They were a very fascinating couple--and still are today. Great poem. They were two that were probably meant to be together like soulmates or something similiar.

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      Martin Kloess 4 years ago from San Francisco

      Very romantic poem. Thank you

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 4 years ago from Riga, Latvia

      You know Caroline it must of been a wild ride. The movie romanticized what Bonnie and Clyde had. Loved your poem. Passing it on.

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      Frank Atanacio 4 years ago from Shelton

      this was very good :) yeah I voted up

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      Caroline Marie 4 years ago from Close to Heaven

      @ Hi Michael thank you. :)

      @ Hi Curiad thank you. :)

      @ Hi MC thank you. :)

      @ Hi Ruby thank you. Maybe just a little. :)

      @ Hi Gail thank you. Yes, I think so too. :)

      @ Hi Mhatter thank you. :)

      @ Hi Gypsy thank you. :)

      @ Hi Frank thank you. :)

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      Gail Louise Stevenson 4 years ago from Mason City

      You're welcome, carolinemd21. :)

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      Rob 4 years ago from Bay Ridge Brooklyn NY

      There is a lot of romanticism about the depression era gangsters and none moreso than Bonnie and Clyde because their lives can be interpreted as a tragic love story, as in the film version.

      Pretty poem,

      Rob

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      Caroline Marie 4 years ago from Close to Heaven

      Hi Rob that is so true. Thank you for reading and commenting. :)

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      epigramman 4 years ago

      ....old boy that I am - I was 9 years old when Arthur Penn's Bonnie and Clyde came out at the cinema - and I watched it again last summer, obviously as an adult, on a VHS tape, and the film still holds up very well today - and the film like your evocative poem is a classic in every way - thank you for writing this amazing variation of theme on this rather famous couple - lake erie time ontario canada and sending you warm wishes and good energy at 3:08am

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      Caroline Marie 4 years ago from Close to Heaven

      Thank you very much for the visit and comment Colin. :)

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