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This is a feeling that I have in me from a developing relationship between two people who have met and shared, but have not yet spoken of love.

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tran hoai
i really like this poem because it flows well and is not too long... i find a lot of the poems are good but you are bored by the end because it is too long. This one gets the point across with out DRAGGING ON!
The simplicity of this poem gives it more power than mere words. It deserves recognition.


I think I have heard
An unspoken word.

I seem to hear
Something so clear.

It is in your eyes
And in your smile.

Unspoken, yet there
All the while.

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