Jane Austen?

Jane Austen?

A Poem by Tenten

Where’s that Pride and Prejudice creation?

Where is every woman's Mr. Darcy?

Or is Edmond more your taste?

Where is that kiss that makes the world right?

As words trail along

Speaking for the soft of voice

In loud tones and strong arms

Where is that Sense and Sensibility?

That we seem to lack in tiring days

Or push aside for the money in our bank accounts

Knowing, it won't come with us

And doesn't suffice as a welcome memory in rainy nights

 


© 2008 Tenten



Author's Note

Tenten
Cp. 2:37PM Tue 08128 NM Jane Austen Book Club wondering, i lost a piece last night, here, alone, alright, doing beter than though, oh (Typed, Brads Comp-House)

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I always think when I read a question.. like where is this or that ..the answer is .. where you find it.. sounds trite but often we have to find it in ourselves.. well done.

Posted 7 Years Ago


i hope i dont sound so africa but thanks for reminding me about bridget jones(i obviously cant spell her) but your poem is well thought

Posted 8 Years Ago


I love this! thanks for sharing

Posted 8 Years Ago



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