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Essay heading: A Poetic Journey of Love and Honor
 
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Issue: Creative Writing
Written by: Kengie
Date added: July 1, 2009
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“If winds could talk, they’d tell a tale that fills the soul with love and warmth… And just having known you, my life is for the better…” Then just like that, something changed and we were no longer together. “But now she’s gone like a crisp spring day, and I’m all alone... with nothing to say…” Where there once was love, is there no more...
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with nothing to say…” Where there once was love, is there no more. “I know not when, love came and gone… where it ended or when it begun..” Today I can only hope and speculate about tomorrow and what might have been. “With each day passing only hope is alive…sweet dreams of a future that did not survive...
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A Poetic Journey of Love and Honor   Love & Sacrifice in A Tale of Two Cities   What We Talk About When We Talk About Love   A Response to "What We Talk About When We Talk About Love"   How love has changed me   Importance of Symbolism in "What We Talk About When We Talk About Love"   What We Talk About When We Talk About Love   What we talk about when we talk about love   Who are we to Question Love: A Look into love through the Eyes of Clarissa Dalloway and Peter Walsh   what we talk about when we talk about love   A Beautiful tale of first love   Raymond Carver (What We Talk About When We Talk About Love)   Raymond Carver (what We Talk About When We Talk About Love)   False Proclamations of Love and Other Betrayals in Talk to Her   What We Talk About When We Talk About Love What We Talk About When We Talk About Love  
 
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