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He Waits... (Sonnet)
by Helga Ross

Friday, January 30, 2004
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Night vision...


At the edge of the lake where shadows lay

luster of slate, restive, alone, he waits,

mood tempered by gloom; reflects the gray

the still water the depth at dusk creates.

 

She should be here by now, this much is clear.

Seeing desire, she couldn’t disguise

the longing light in her own eyes, the tear:

To balk his blunt demand—rueful surprise.

 

Since he shouldn’t, hadn’t she sought him out

when unsuitable, his (almost) to hold?

Think--hurdles of old--it can’t come about

but their fantasy seized so feelings unfold.

 

Suddenly there’s a shrill sound—an alarm—

She’s coming!—awaking; breaking the charm.  

 

© Helga Ross 2004, 2008

 

 

 

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Reviewed by Rodd Jokre 2/3/2004
Very vivid!

Rodd
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 2/2/2004
In the dark, hollow sound, shrill rings the alarm:
She races to reach him – Awakens – Breaks charm!

Excellent write...love n luck...BHUWAN
Reviewed by jude forese 2/2/2004
beautiful sonnet ... then end is somewhat vague to me but that how dreams are ...
Reviewed by E T Waldron 1/31/2004
Beautiful when dreams caress, written with such beauty , as all your sonnets Helga!
Reviewed by Joyce Hale 1/31/2004
Wonderful, Helga!! What a revelation, that he was dreaming! And what a revelation, that his dream awoke him! <grin>
Reviewed by Carmen Ruggero 1/31/2004
He was dreaming -- my take. Really enjoyed reading this, Helga.

Carmen
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 1/30/2004
Helga,
OH this is so well done!!!!!
'She should be here by now, this much is clear.
Seeing desire she couldn’t disguise,
the light of longing unveil her eyes, the tear:
To balk his blunt demand - Rueful surprise!

Only hours ago, hadn’t she sought him out?
Returned his fevered gaze, pleased to hold?
Sure of himself, insistence overcomes doubt
he perceived: Meet, eager; more reveal, be told.

In the dark, hollow sound, shrill rings the alarm:
She races to reach him – Awakens – Breaks charm!

Peg
Reviewed by Regina Pounds 1/30/2004
Poor dreamer...

Gina
Reviewed by Jim Dunlap 1/30/2004
I'm not sure what happened, but I suspect skulduggery of some sort. It's an interesting write anyway.
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