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The Poetic Diary - Entry 18


Some of my daily thoughts in poetic form

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peculiar2011
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My questions exactly. You are inside my head. My questions in print. Great job. You are me in this poem questioning the status of our relationship with you, who doesn't know we have one. LOL


 Comment Written 06-Nov-2019



reply by the author on 06-Nov-2019
    LOL Thank you, glad you enjoyed it.
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papa55mike
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What a wonderfully written poem. I love how you started it one way then changed it at the end. Best of luck with your poetic diary!

Have a great day, and God bless.
mike


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reply by the author on 06-Nov-2019
    Thank you, glad you enjoyed it.
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Entry 18 in the Poetic Diary asks a lot of rhetoric questions that we might all have as life and love goes on. Your poem needs to follow the rules that prose does when you are using punctuation normally. Here's your poem:

Can it be that you're the one
that I've been searching for?

As you can see, these two lines are the question, so the question mark goes at the end of the second line. Same with the rest:

Can it be that we're just friends;
that's it, and nothing more?

Can it be that you need me
the way that I need you?

Can it be that what I imagine
will someday come true?

Can it be that in my future
you'll be the one I see?

I guess only time will tell
what it can really be.

And I can't wait to see!



 Comment Written 06-Nov-2019



reply by the author on 06-Nov-2019
    Thanks for your time, review, and the English lesson, much appreciated.
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