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A Poem: Without You

Updated on May 15, 2013
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Ms. Parker is a senior paralegal from Alabama. She earned her Bachelor's from Millsaps College in Mississippi. She freelances on the side.

Love's broken chain, my furrowed brow;

My truce with fate forgets me now;

A lover's moon still laughs you fools -

To take a chance on me and lose.

So harder then to laugh than cry,

so harder then to live than die . . .

Without you.

Dedicated to every man or woman who has lost their spouse to cancer.

This poem was written and posted for your enjoyment. Any reprint or reuse, in part or in whole is strictly prohibited without express written permission from the author at Copyright pending.


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      maven101 8 years ago from Northern Arizona

      Vicky...The moon is have lost nothing...your love still lives in your heart every day...Thank you for this moving poem...Larry