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Posted 09/06/06 - 6:12 PM:
Subject: A child in your arms.
She's just as warm as the sun over Silouette,
And just as gentle as the breath of a breeze
Beauty is only one of so many assetts
A man's heart she has conquered with ease
For she is woman, she is pure, she is true
In the midst of mankind's inhumanities
In her arms, an angel she can comfort you
For there you find a place away from insanities

She blew a kiss, from afar, in my direction
It touched a place where I kept it like a treasure
Every word that she whispers brings a new sensation
And every kiss fills my heart with guilty pleasure
In her arms, I'm a child.. so vulnerable
Yet I feel strong, every time, with each embrace
As every time, she can undress my very soul
As we cast a single shadow with such grace

What did I say to make you come my way?
Why did you chase away all the pain?
What did I say to make you come my way?
You had nothing to gain...
Only you can reach a place so deep
where my emotions you caress
Only you can reach a place so deep
where my armour is so useless


This life of mine, you have changed.. forever
The misery, as it fades, leaves room for passion
To let you in, deep inside, one step further
So that we can share love with wreckless abandon
In my eyes, you are freedom from myself
All these walls I had built come falling down
Memories of tortured times laid to rest
Only now still matters in this space we found.

What did I say to make you come my way?
Why did you chase away all the pain?
What did I say to make you come my way?
You had nothing to gain...
Only you can reach a place so deep
where my emotions you caress
Only you can reach a place so deep
where my armour is so useless


She's just as warm as the sun over Silouette,
And just as gentle as the breath of a breeze
Beauty is only one of so many assetts
A man's heart she has conquered with ease
For she is woman, she is pure, she is true
In the midst of mankind's inhumanities
In her arms, an angel she can comfort you
And there I found a place away from insanities



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Posted 09/07/06 - 1:45 AM:

This is a wonderful text as much as it is a confession of loving someone deep down in his heart. I wish I was this women and a man would have said something like this to me. No doubt, I would have stayed with him forever even if his whole life is in a mess and he was a bagger or disabled but he have something valuable to give me which is showing me that I am a trusted and lovable person. Something which I have never experienced from a man on this place where I am living now.
I wonder who the author of this text is. He must be what we call in Germany a fine thinker.

A man like him must be very happy to be with a woman who give him something valuable, a peacefulness which he cannot get from anywhere in this world. A place where he can rest his mind and be the person he really wanted to be because the outside world doesn’t provide his true needs. A place where he doesn’t have to be a hero to prove his potential as a hunter. He can let him self go without the fear of falling down in pain.


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Posted 09/07/06 - 6:01 PM:

Morgena wrote:
I wonder who the author of this text is


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Posted 09/08/06 - 1:16 AM:

I wish more men would be like you. Actually, on which tree did you crow, maybe if I am going to shack this tree I would get someone wonderful from there as well.









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Posted 09/09/06 - 9:07 AM:

Considering your location, I believe the best option available to you would be to shake a maple tree in France if you can find one, preferably in Britanny. That's the closest you can get to combining Canadian, French and Celtic, I presume.

I'm very touched by your comments and high praise of my poem. It means a lot, so thanks.

We're all different in many ways, but I am also a result of the culture I was born and raised into. French Canadian society is, in my perception, somewhat more matriarchal than other western cultures. We're not much of a male dominated culture here, so it probably has something to do with this. Plus, I was raised around women, I had very few male figures in my life, so that probably plays a part in how I see things too.

Edited by OxygenJunkie on 09/09/06 - 9:12 AM
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Posted 09/10/06 - 11:51 AM:

The thing is my mother used to be Hungarian and it terms of social values she had greatly influenced me. A man had to be a sort of a conquistador. You know, he came, saw and he took. On the other hand women had to be proud of them selves, or better to say proud of who they are, not to confuse with proudness of what they have. Perhaps western man gets confused by that or even worst, being insecure in times of feminism revisiting in post-modern time. On the other hand I liked the old suffragettes fighting for better conditions at work but now I have a very twilight feeling about some feminist theories in terms of relationship and family life. Like we say in my country, carrier okay, family life kaput, and that is a sad outcome for many women in this every day life. Personally I would be very sacred about loosing contact of the man I deeply love, would even get critically ill perhaps much worst as I am now.

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