ALL our LIVES we are all SEEKING

SEEKING for LIFE ~ seeking for LOVE


FOR the HAND that will fit my GLOVE


SEEKING for LIFE ~ seeking for LOVE

SEARCHING below ~ searching above

FOR the HAND that will fit my GLOVE

WILL fit my GLOVE with perfect LOVE


SEARCHING below ~ searching above

OUT THERE ~ there must be someone WHO ?

Will fit my GLOVE with perfect LOVE

THINK 'bout it ANGEL ~ could be YOU 


OUT there ~ there must be someone WHO ?

   COULD complement my LOVE & LIFE

THINK 'bout it ANGEL ~ could be YOU 

PERFECT GIRL ~ YOU could be my WIFE !


COULD complement my LOVE & LIFE


PERFECT GIRL ~ YOU could be my WIFE !

ALL our LIVES we are all SEEKING !


Thanks for visiting ~ comments please ~ BRIAN 🧡 ANGELA 


ANGELA & I have fallen IN & OUT of LOVE ~ with

different people several times along the way ~ BUT

had never before been ENGAGED to be MARRIED !

BUT when We met and got to know each other We

knew it was TRUE LOVE & FOREVER ! B & A 🧡🧡🧡


PANTOUM ~ REPETITION is very important in Classical

Poetry Structure !  In my POEM I have posted in RED &

BLACK to indicate the Repetition Pattern. The SECOND & 

FOURTH line of each verse becomes the FIRST & THIRD

line of the subsequent verse (stanza). In the LAST VERSE

the final line (line 4) is the first line of VERSE ONE and

line two is the third line of VERSE ONE. I hope all is clear.

Please try a PANTOUM ~ they are very satisfying to write

and look a recite very elegant ! Love B & A   🧡🧡🧡🧡



  • Author: BRIANSODES (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: November 19th, 2018 03:55
  • Category: Love
  • Views: 94
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  • orchidee

    *Looks up Pantoum*. A fine write B&A. I'm gonna croon now, with that song! Put ya earplugs in!


      THANKS UNCLE STEVE ~ Pleased you enjoyed it ~ we are both too far away (Thanks GOD) to hear your YODELING ! I have posted an explanation of the PANTOUM ! Love & Blessings BRIAN & ANGELA🧡🧡🧡🧡

    • Michael Edwards

      It's great form and you've sure done it justice - now where are the Anti-Orchi earplugs?

      • BRIAN & ANGELA

        Thanks UNCLE MIKE ~ You & I both like Classical Poetic Forms and the PANTOUM is a lovely vehicle for a LOVE POEM. I trust you approved of my colour coding (a bit Third Reich ?) but I wanted to emphasise the Repetition. It is this factor that makes PANTOUMS a challenge ! I am blessed in living without earshot of ORCHIDEE ~ you should apply for a rate reduction ! Yours as always BRIAN.

        • Michael Edwards

          I have long suffered Orchidees singing - it had a profound effect on the battlefield in 1066 - but for him the outcome may have been quite different and thee course of History would have taken a different route.

        • orchidee

          I might swoon at that peaking/peeking?! heehee.

        • Fay Slimm.

          Love every burgeoning stanza in this tribute to love - you two do such a good job of combining talents to write in unison such differing forms - - well done again on a wonderful subject dear Brian and Angela.

        • BRIAN & ANGELA

          Thanks FAY ~ Yes it is a collaboration POEM and the WHOLE is always greater than the Sum of the individual contributors. Angela & I have different Childhood & Teen experiences and our professions (although both in Science) are very different but we both work with People ~ Angela's is much more Hands on ! PANTOUMS are difficult to get right but we are pleased with this one. Thanks for your encouragement ~ Thanks BRIAN & ANGELA 🧡🧡🧡🧡

        • avigail

          i bless you for health, joy and creativity together .


        • Goldfinch60

          Your love is obviously so strong and will never end, your love will go on to eternity.

        • Neville

          You are very brave, the last time I tried a pantoum, it sank ... a fine write and true, say's me.... N

        • Crowns4Christ

          Is that actually a picture of you both. Dion and I are still together after 3 years. Still a long distance relationship but we are still hopelessly in love. How are you doing

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