Poetheart (back)

(05/23/1960 / Rio de Janeiro)

Letter from a Poetess to a diamond earring!


I hope I can answer your letter correctly because Paul, I do not write more in Portuguese, so wherever you are aware that became his farewell letter in a english poem.
So long after his memory had come back to me in prose
And you know I do not like prose.

Simply fell into my hands.

Your letter lies.

Appeared not know where. Perhaps to revive his memory long ago buried. Then in my poor lyrics, will now only my answer to your excuses.

Still dwells here some bruises!

I forgotten you completely. But, since you stubbornly returned I must replies to you. That's my poem for you.



Letter from a poet to a diamond earring!


You gave me a Diamond Earing

so Beautiful and Bright

that night.


Why get out with the

tall and blonde woman?


Its all right!

And the manager of Hotel

hold me so tight!

Hope you don't mind!


And my diamond earing

shone in your room

not so bright!


Back to the hotel

you claim for my

forgiveness!


I put my mask

and said, yes,


just throw up on your face

once it was two diamonds

Bright.


You have to sleep on the

Lounge!


And

When the sunlight come

On airport, i was


without one single tear

just going to nowhere

that was our love affair!


And

How about once was

a diamond earring

So bright!


But i want to know

all this years passed by and

i need

How did you went to

your chateau? .

Yes, how?


Because in

Dust was my heart to

and

the diamond earrings

! once so Bright

Submitted: Saturday, January 26, 2013
Edited: Saturday, January 26, 2013

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I want Paul goes to #@@@@#%%%@@@@
an yes, i burned his passport! ! !

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  • Kevin East (1/29/2013 6:42:00 AM)

    There are brighter things for the soul than diamonds...you deserve better and brighter times...don't look back..good stuff! ! (Report) Reply

  • Nader Baheri (1/27/2013 12:17:00 PM)

    you have shown your dislike by this brilliant poem.we can not and we shouldnt judge or preconceive because only you know what happened.if he had loved you he wouldnt have left you and wouldnt have gone to his chateau.but on the other hand he has tried some thing for forgiveness.
    ~nb (Report) Reply

  • Unwritten Soul (1/27/2013 7:07:00 AM)

    Yeah diamond cant but heart, only love in heart can hooked hearts..well dont make Paul so bad..i believe everybody is nice but everybody must stop fighting and appreciate others, surely the whole of you are
    more than diamond, because you are worth it than anything_Soul (Report) Reply

  • Sallam Yassin (1/26/2013 11:18:00 AM)

    with your poem
    you are so bright
    and brilliant
    poetess you are diamond no doubt, , ,
    Thanks for sharing (Report) Reply

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