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Besides Yourself
by Michael Cywink

Monday, January 22, 2007
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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The following is an exert from the main body. "Besides Yourself". This is a tangent of what came to me after I felt something whisp through me.

"...Now I sit alone,Thinking of the past,Remembering the good times,When the future did not exist,That the past was no longer.I sit alone,Remembering the love you shareAnd the warmth of you.Inside of myself,I can see who you had seen,The one that is hurting,The one that never wanted to love,and by never wanting to loveLost all those who loved,Even you.Perhaps the hurting one can change,I am sure of that,Perhaps then you will see also the change.I keep whispering in the wind,To bring a message to you,Of hope,Of love,Of the future.And the wind keeps bringing back the message,That no one is home,Or that the door is closed,And timeWith anotherIs being sharedAnd I hang onto the wind,Which carries me Into another world,Into another time,To spend timeWith another,So thatI tooWon't be hurt,Or left alone,To feel the hurt.The wind brings me backHome to seeTheChildren.To look upon youWhen you sleep,And dreamOf being at peace,Of never having to worry.I sit alone,Thinking of not being alone,Thinking of the spirits,Thinking of the loved ones.I rememberAt one time,A thought that came to meAlong the wind....and it was you."   

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Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 4/4/2007
Truly beautiful, stunning.
Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson 1/25/2007
wonderfully sad poem with a thrust of learning
wrote it before from singer Alanis
you live you learn
you cry you learn
you lose you learn
you love you learn
everything has its place greatjob here
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