Sunday, January 18, 2015

Their Secret Flows to What is Your Password 

A lovers' mystery flows through a timeless verse 

As common passers-by easily give up their secrets 


Their Secret Flows (poetry) 

Was in the night the couple was to meet
The melody of moon and stars was set
For now their secret flows amid the street
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They never knew existence was so sweet
A time was made to sing their fair duet
Was in the night the couple was to meet
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Each minute waiting how their hearts did beat
And every thought and sight a dream beset
For now their secret flows amid the street
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Alas these lovers face of life must greet
Their world was not prepared to see them yet
Was in the night the couple was to meet
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The warnings came with tidings of defeat
As shadows came to chill them with regret
For now their secret flows amid the street
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But from their love their souls could not retreat
So came that deed which no one can forget
Was in the night the couple was to meet
For now their secret flows amid the street


To go with this villanelle we were probably expecting: AndrĂ© Rieu playing "Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet"

Plus 

It has been estimated 1 of every 8 married couples in the US last year met online, via our computers. Not so useless, is the fact we must keep our computers secure. Each day hackers are discovering new and innovative ways to crack into our computers and our lives. President Obama just unveiled a number of proposals to crack down on hackers. But right now, the protection of our computers is left up to us and our passwords. Passwords?... A question which sparked Jimmy Kimmel's curiosity. So he sent a small camera crew out onto Hollywood Boulevard. 
What he discovered was a humorous warning: "What is Your Password?" 

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