Eternal Embrace


  • Passion
  • ,
  • Love

    Poem Commentary

    It could be humanity's oldest story of doomed love. Archaeologists have unearthed two skeletons from the Neolithic period locked in an eternal embrace and buried outside Mantua, Italy, just 25 miles south of Verona, the city where Shakespeare set the star-crossed tale of Romeo and Juliet. After being found at the site where a factory is planned, people worldwide have speculated on the circumstances surrounding the couple's deaths. They are thought to have died young because they both had all their teeth intact. But beyond that, the skeletons are a mystery. Archaeologists announced Monday that they will move the entire block of earth the skeletons are resting in for further study and eventual display in a museum. cnet news Feb 12 2007

    Eternal Embrace

    I remember the day you told me
    you loved me
    I remember how it changed me
    the way I felt about life
    about myself

    That day
    I lost every dream I ever had
    lost them all
    to the hope of a new dream
    One that could reach beyond touch
    and last forever

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    danmartyjake1 commented on Eternal Embrace


    This is so amazing- Love the picture, too. I truly love these simple lines. Just absolute and positive in it's structure! Beautiful writing.

    tenderpoison commented on Eternal Embrace


    you've captured the spirit of the image wonderfully - weird that you'd think skeletons would be a bit more macabre, but really - it's sweet. you already know you're talented so I won't stroke your ego here - but I really like what you did with this. 10



    Mission failed, ego stroked lol - Thank you for the wonderful comment.

    TinaD commented on Eternal Embrace


    Very nice poem. Your writing is so inspired. Love reading it.



    Thank you.

    sk commented on Eternal Embrace


    you put a nice optimistic spin on this, which is very nice! I look at this pic and see her (smaller) either dead or dying, and him, unwilling to live without her, laying down and dying of a broken heart. Well done!



    Thank you.

    Franziska commented on Eternal Embrace


    Wow, that's very sweet. You can almost feel their love and promise when looking at the picture. Nicely done!



    Thank you

    Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.

    Robert Frost (1875-1963) American Poet.

    RPT40’s Poems (10)

    Title Comments
    Title Comments
    Dive 22
    The Line 10
    The Remnants Of Today 19
    Eternal Embrace 22
    The Vision 20
    The Ride Of Your Life 25
    The Eyes Of Madness 18
    Tomorrow 15
    Clearly Thinking About Confusion 14
    The Current 14