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Love's Regret

About: Regretting losing the one you love, then leaving and coming back, by then it is too late. (Note: this is personal to me, I had someone who loved me for 5 years and then he disappeared and then came back and tried to think things would be the same) then Rich came into my life and I am not looking back only forward. He loves me and he has been by my side and is not going anywhere.
Poem by: VisualPoetress

Stock:

Man Sitting on a beach by figurestock: [link]

Song Inspiration:

"Over and Over" by Nelly and Tim McGraw
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HarleyHostage's avatar
i wish mine would come back... either that or i would find someone to love me forever. i've not yet fulfiled what is in this poem.... wish me luck that i will soon somehow...
VisualPoetress's avatar
I hope you find someone just right for you :)
HarleyHostage's avatar
thank you, i hope so too
33M's avatar
Beautiful work Michelle

I always look forward to seeing your art

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3dstage's avatar
You're welcome :D I have something rendering for you :nod:
VisualPoetress's avatar
Ooooh !! She's hot !
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Aussie-Blonde's avatar
awwwwwwwwww sweeet!
surfnmurf333's avatar
Aww. I'm happy you found Rich, a man that won't abandon you like that.
VisualPoetress's avatar
Me too, Rich has been so good for my heart and he is my best friend too :)
surfnmurf333's avatar
Yay! I'm happy to hear this! :)
TeaPhotography's avatar
Oh wow, what a great work of art! :hug:'s :heart:
VisualPoetress's avatar
Thank you sweetie :)
meljoy68's avatar
:hug: This is wonderful, Michelle. Something anyone who's been left behind wishes they could say to the one come crawling back. :nod:
VisualPoetress's avatar
so true ... I am glad I have found love and can look forward :hug:
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