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"My Panache"


I love her
Very Much.
She are the most beautiful thing ive seen.

On clear winter nights I can see the moon's jealousy reflected in your eyes.
My celestial body,
The heavens have saved space for our love.


I can not live with out her love.
We must be together

I write my being in verse to the cadence of your heartbeat.
My mortal melody,
Come, let us dance along the sheet music with love letters upon our soles.


I am so happy.
She is my dream come true.
I love her more than anything.

You are the exclamation point to end my life sentence.
My sweet simile,
When the spring rains come, surely the Gods are whispering your name.


Thank you so much.
You are a great friend.
I will never forget this.


My panache shall not bear the soil of vanity.
I love through letters, the harmonious word is my kiss.
My heart at nose length
Is the only way to keep from seeing my reflection in her eyes.
Farewell my love.
This is another poem i write for 25 cents per line. *starblind commissioned this one and left the subject pretty much open ended. " It must promulgate my many virtues to the world: heroism, magnanimousness, rapier wit, et al. It may not contain the words 'fop' or 'dandy', although they may be suggested." This is not my usual style or voice but i love it all the same.

It was inspired by and written about Cyrano De Bergerac. It helps to know his story. ;)

Poerty for .50/line [link]
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bethyj8503 Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2004
hey i really nejoyed your poem.... i watched the movie Roxanne in french class and always thought it was really bittersweet. i think you really capture what is goin on well in your poem though... from what cyrano is thinking to what he is giving christian to say and is really feeling himself:) thanks for sharing!
klentex Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2004
"You are the exclamation point to end my life sentence." - i like that very much, very unique.
i also like how it seems to switch from something one would quickly jot down on a napkin, to something written over and over again to perfection[meaning the reg. text to bold].
deadilion Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2003
wicked-eve Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2003
~le gasp~
such beauty rests in words of the wise and forlorn whose gentle hands carve music in the words of a poem.
iamnophotographer Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2003  Hobbyist Photographer
cyrano rawk. beautiful writing :) now where s my free 1 line poem? :giggle:
starblind Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2003
That's some damn fine poerty. And not just because I paid for it. :-)
pymonster Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2003   Writer
I really like that, it`s very well constructed, and evocative
evilfaeries Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2003   Writer
I love the ending.

This is different, but its really nice. I cant believe people actually pay you to write. that is so fuckin awesome.

Anyways, Parts of this seemed to drift away for me, but none the less, that ending made it all the worthwhile.

:heart: Kandice
mibi Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2003
thanks for the commento... do you know the story of Cyrano? ... well the plain text is Chritian who is a simpleton and inept with words, thus Cyrano lends his helping hand, er word, to make the woman fall in love, but it is Cyrano who is love with her aswell, and well.. i could go on but i just suggest you read the play or watch the movie ;) ...thanks again
skrath Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2003  Hobbyist Writer
kaujot Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2003
Yes, very nice work here.

Have you seen the movie Roxanne, with Steve Martin? It's based off of Cyrano and his nose.

Yeah, the play-on-words are great here, but don't suppress your style, it makes the poem sound a little forced.
mibi Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2003
havent seen Roxanne but i fgiured it was along the same story... but i wasnt surpressing anything raelly, just letting the inner Cyrano out. ;)
derivablezero Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2003
Ahh you tried to supress your style, but with the plays on words, it's there. Nice work though, a refreshing change..
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