Ghost in the Glass

June 7, 2010
By Jane_P PLATINUM, San Clemente, California
Jane_P PLATINUM, San Clemente, California
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Favorite Quote:
When asked about race...

"Well, when I went to the bathroom I was Russian, and when I came out I was Finnish."

or, alternatively:

"Irish I could tell you."


The ghost in the glass, I knew it was you
I closed the curtains, to turn you away
But your lovely lost ghost with all ado
Stayed true and taunted me anyway
Sometimes, I, in the summer with a sigh
Think of your almond skin and laughter chime
And dream of the fact I would gladly die
Only to rotate back the wheels of time
To the day that I, without endeavor
Freely threw from me my love forever



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S_Oehvren_ said...
on Jul. 11 2010 at 10:52 pm
S_Oehvren_, San Clemente, California
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Longing for one faraway who cannot hear your voice,
an old song says,
if you can't be with the one you love,
love the one you're with,
but how can one do that,
in good faith?


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