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by Nette Hyatt

Thursday, October 12, 2006
Rated "G" by the Author.
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In the air, swirling with dust,
Are tears turning into mud.
Lost in the vortex of breath.
Mixed with cabon dioxide,
Exhaled from others.

Who cried these tears?
Who felt the lonliness of nothing?
Claiming space in the universe
As trees clean our oxygen.

Did the tears evaporate?
The air suck them up to the sky?
To rain down on us
As some distant person
Drinks them in water.

They came from my body.
A part of the heartbreak that I felt.
Waning bits of hydration
To complete the recycling of my life.




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Reviewed by Deanna Anderson 12/31/2006
Very moving poem! I truly enjoyed the symbolism of it and how your tears become part of nature and complete the circle of life.
Reviewed by Brett Moore 10/12/2006
Wonderful idea, combining nature and emotion cycles. Well done.
Reviewed by J M 10/12/2006
Very powerful imagery and questions wonderful job expressing...

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