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Heidi Macomber

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by Heidi Macomber

Friday, August 25, 2006
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the birth of one sisters first child on the same day of another sisters painful divorce and custody case...just some thoughts


How we fret the night
Swept up in tight wrapped fray
Going into the New World
Fresh from the next


New soul white with no decay
No scars or mistakes. Pure.
Tiny tendrils stretching
Twisting learning trusting.


Lusting for the full breast
Wailing for touch, warmth, Love
Truly testing the fortress
That will take you home.


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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 4/20/2010
Interesting perspective, Heidi; certainly substance to reflect upon. Thanks for sharing. Love and best wishes,

Regis
Reviewed by cecil hickman 2/28/2007
your words describe the first seconds of birth with vivid detail and the comparisons which describe both the beginning and ending of reationships, that each o us deal with the beginning is beauty and the ending is sad but with new possibilities,,,blessings Cecil
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