Tag Archives: A Long-Loved Love

All that’s Worth Finding

Love by John C. Morgan Only old people with wrinkles and arthritis know about love. It’s all worth saving when everything is gone. Grown taut by disappointment, the body awaits the end and can no longer melt under lover’s heat. … Continue reading

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To a Long-Loved Love

TO A LONG-LOVED LOVE “We, who have seen the new moon grow old together, Who have seen winter rime the fields and stones As though it would claim earth and water forever, We who have known the touch of flesh … Continue reading

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