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  • Why do we often find tangents
    that have no real meaning
    to the way we feel for one another
    there are times when we look for a way to argue

    And the arguments have no real meaning
    but to accentuate the feelings we want to share
    and instead we look for a way to argue
    because it is easier to make up than to continue

    to reiterate the feelings that we want to share
    the echoes of the passions and our love
    are harder to maintain than to continue
    to argue with one another and make up

    the echoes of our passions and our love
    across the cyberverse where you and I
    continue to argue and make up
    are still there, but without reference, without touch

    so we continue in the miasma of electronic romance, you and I
    pledging our love in endless talk and virtual mimicry
    bound still to love and passion without touch
    until the day our passions will deliver us and make us whole.


    October 2010
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