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The Pilot
by Lily Seabrooke

Friday, May 02, 2008
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Based on The English Patient

There was a wreckage and a liar
A sympathetic hart on fire
Three days alone in blackest night
Memories the providing light
A cooling touch and only treasure
Relief from pain bringing pleasure
The man in white without a number
Words to fill his vicious hunger
Nothing left but brief shame
Two faces behind a photoframe
A third who checks his measurements
An angel who is heaven sent
A stranger that is not himself
But familar to someone else
No doubt somewhere there's something
Why men have died before their kind
He's told by the face in white
He'll have a name before tonight
A time to sleep without pills
Dreaming of past distant ills
A day further without a phone
The frame is gone and he's alone
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Reviewed by Michelle Mead 5/3/2008
I like this far better than the film which I hated-this on the other hand, is perfect.
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 5/2/2008
Interesting and expressed well....

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