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Hunter C. Montgomery

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Neverland
by Hunter C. Montgomery
Friday, March 22, 2002

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I spend the night chasing you
Forever one step behind
Waking only to find that you are not real
There is no consolation
Why do you disdain me in my dreams
It is our only chance to be together
But you are always out of reach
I want to sleep for eternity
Given enough time in slumber
I believe I can take your hand
And you will smile at me once more
To wake is to weep
Pointless tears score grooves in my heart
Running rivulets through my soul
Empty space is plentiful
Without you to fill it up
And still you cruelly taunt me
A twisting smile and a raised brow
Before you flit away again
Morning be damned
Joy no longer comes with the sun
Give me the eternal night
And the endlessness of time
Not to join you in death
But to breathe you into Neverland


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Reviewed by atomar (Reader) 4/4/2002
Bravo!
Very visual and compelling. Love is never truly dead....
Reviewed by Florence Fry 3/28/2002
Reality will surpass the dream one day I bet :) A lovely wistful poem.
Reviewed by *********** ********** (Reader) 3/27/2002
Ahhh, If only I could dwell in Neverland forever....Fine writing indeed.

Dani
Reviewed by Sharron Tyrrell 3/26/2002
This poem is beautiful. If I had ever met a Hunter Montgomery in my life I would have expected him to look just like you :) ... You need to be on the cover of romance novels. Hope I didn't embarrass you.
Reviewed by mz kimi 3/25/2002
You are an amazing hunk of yum yum meat
Reviewed by claywoman 3/25/2002
I stand corrected, you've found your purpose. Your poetry flows first like a meandering stream over rounded boulders and then are the rapids of hurt and emotion and then lazes again...
Reviewed by Masarat Daud (Reader) 3/23/2002
Hunter, this is indeed a fine peace dear friend.
Reviewed by Jeanette Foresta 3/23/2002
Very well expressed, tightly wrapped in the ending sentence. Thanks for your comment. I like to leave out the obvious, and let the imagination wonder "Is she talking about a bird? A man? Or me? lol"
Reviewed by Betsy Pegg 3/22/2002
Beautiful, but very sad. Hits right in the heart.
Reviewed by Robert JueAce 3/22/2002
really like this...
Reviewed by fancy lady (Reader) 3/22/2002
elusive women in the night
teasing your dream sleep
sorrow filled romantic aches

many really great lines here hunter

i think you answer your riddle here:
“empty space is plentiful”
Reviewed by fancy lady (Reader) 3/22/2002
geezs...a man of passion...how unusual to find on who writes so well and with such strength of character. very unusual. My favorite line in the poem is, "Why do you disdain me in my dreams". Answer this and you have answered every question a heart could ask. I have only read it on one other occasion in modern literature. It surely is there more than that but I find it very nicely placed in the poem. The poem has all of life composed within it perimeter. Who could know it?
Reviewed by Trixie Love 3/22/2002
Very heartfelt...
Beautiful write...

Thanks,
Trixie Love
Reviewed by Melissa Rives 3/22/2002
Deep and moving! An awesome poem!! :)
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