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Utopian Abstract Love

Updated on December 5, 2017
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They say don't forget your jewels

when they take me;

And she with a withered look,

smiles but a tear flows.


They say not to look at the reflection of love

when you leave;

And he smiles away with a dirty photograph

in his pocket that smells.


She knows what they say; but still,

in profound anguish she welcomes the milkman.

They say don't forget your jewels

when they take me enclosed in that utopian photograph.


Written in early 2000s.

Note: Thanks for reading my poem and I hope you liked it.

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      Bazooka Teaches 3 days ago from Los Angeles

      thank you very much Gypsy!

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 6 days ago from Riga, Latvia

      Wonderful poetry.