Friday, February 20, 2015

The Lonely Spirit--By Terry O’Leary--France

The Lonely Spirit

Midst sweet perfume
    of youthful bloom,
        the lonely spirit wars
and often cries
    and sometimes dies
        in quest of her amour.

Terry O’Leary defines himself as "A physicist lacking gravity...".

14 comments:

  1. Hi Terry,

    What a work of words . Thanks for sharing

    Frances

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  2. Hi, Terry, if you are like a physicist "lacking gravity" then you must surely be cast into a wide world of creativity - as shows here in your poem. Your words present a great definition of a lonely spirit and yet your colorful words give it great romanticism, too. A fun read! Sheri

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    1. Thank you Sheri... lacking gravity, I tend to float in the clouds a lot... ;-))

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  3. Terry, I enjoyed your poem. Thank you for sharing your talent with this well written in-depth poem. Sometimes the fewer the words the greater the impact of those that are written.
    Charlene

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    1. Thank you Charlene... I'm happy you enjoyed... ;-))

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  4. Hi Terry, Nice flow of words for your poem, "The Lonely Spirit." I enjoyed reading it. Thank you for sharing and continued blessings!

    -MJ (www.tgbtgpublictions.com)

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  5. Thank you, Robert Dufresne, for the following--

    The Lonely Spirit by Terry O'Leary

    You sure nipped that bloom right in the bud . Ahh the truth of it all! Good one Terry.

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    1. Thank you Robert... yeah... the truth...

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  6. Love the piece here Terry, a lot shown in the lines with twist, that when open flows, on the blossom defined..'

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  7. Terry, Love trumps all and your poem expresses this so eloquently! A very beautiful write! Blessings, Connie

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