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She's a Supernova

Updated on April 24, 2013

A Short Poem:


She wasn't just a nova- no.

She had a stellar light.

Luminous intangibility

in the bursting of her life,

led me to love- We laughed

in the moments of our nights.

She crashed- I gasped,

in the flashing of the lights.

She wasn't just a nova- no,

she was my main delight.

Not for my own, but ours alone,

we traveled side by side.

I could never keep her

but it felt so right,

in the sights of hers,

brighter than sunlight.

'Cause she's a supernova-

a blessing to the lost...

She's my supernova-

beyond...

the concrete on her plot.



© 2012 Brian M. Loewer All rights reserved.




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Her Angel Wings

I Don't Believe in Death

From Forties to Faith

Footprint's You've made



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      Brian Loewer 4 years ago from Portland, Oregon

      Once again, thanks so much Maria.

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      maria 4 years ago

      beautiful words :)

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      Brian Loewer 4 years ago from Portland, Oregon

      Haha, good! It's ok... I could fill in the blank.

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      Lissette 4 years ago from Central Florida

      an awesome compliment... so excited I forgot a word... :D

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      Lissette 4 years ago from Central Florida

      Wow, that is an awesome. I completely feel the love... :D

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      Brian Loewer 4 years ago from Portland, Oregon

      I always love your comments, thanks so much for your appreciation. Tributes seem to flow the most fluently. Thanks for checking this one out too :)

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      Lissette 4 years ago from Central Florida

      What a gorgeous tribute! I can't help but feel the aftershock of the flattery and love that you bestowed upon your friend. Awesome...

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