by Cynth'ya Lewis firstname.lastname@example.org
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In honor of the first 15 winners of the Authors Den Poetry contest. And those of who enter, still waiting to be recognized--"Honor those who have gone before"
it is dawn,
and tami dreams,
floria is in her garden
of memoirs of loved ones
gone before her. . .
hearts quest for the best
of both worlds where eileen
finds her ace who was
born for a reason. . .
absentia truly never
ceases to challenge
creative spirits of regis,
yet never should we unravel
thethread of sorrow that
enters the halls of love
where amor abides,
stroking the mind
as gentle as the turtledove. . .
and although we may feel
alone, as if standing on
crippled legs, let the
baoding chimes of la belle
warm you in places you
never knew you had. . .
for when you do,
the reindeer marks the path
for you to double your way back
you find regis in
urban graffiti as he
see if you can
the sounds of thought in
the nucleus of fading light
catch jeff and jay off-guard,
and although janet may experience
a premise of disarray, emilie has
no reason to feel shamed,
'cause we've all been there
searching like an ace
for poetic muse,
yet poets continue to
seek the call of the warrior,
like dani, gathering courage,
and caging dread
© 2004 by cynth'ya lewis reed
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Visit these winners on Authors Den:
1. Caging Dread by Dani.
2. Searching for a Poetic Muse by Robert Jude(Ace) Forese.
3. Disarray by Janet Caldwell.
4. Shamed by Emilie Dybevik.
5. Fading Light by Jay Chattin.
6. The Sound of Thought by Jeff Mason.
7. Graffiti by Regis Auffray.
8. Finding My Way by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie.
9. Standing On Crippled Legs by La Belle Rouge.
10. Thread of Sorrow by Amor Sabor.
11. Absentia by Regis Auffray.
12. Born for a Reason by Robert Jude(Ace) Forese.
13. Hearts Quest For The Best! by Eileen Waldron ~Robert Jude(Ace) Forese Collaboration
14. In My Garden by Floria Kelderhouse.
15. In My Dreams by Tami Ryan.
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|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|This is a wonderful tribute, Cynth'ya. I am very grateful to you. Thank you. Love and peace. Regis|
|Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green
|W o n d e r f u l !|
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
a most profound, beautiful write--unselfish and wise
BRAVA--and may we see your name in lights soon :)
(((HUGS))) and love, karla. *STANDING OVATION!*
|Reviewed by Eddie Thompson
|awwww man...now i'm gonna have to chunk that poem i was writing about my favorites in the den...after reading yours, mine seems so meek...in fact, it's time for me to rethink this poet thing altogether...after reading you, i realize my pen just ain't coming around yet...*S*....awesome poem, cynthia.|
|Reviewed by Anna Marie Fritz (Reader)
|A most unselfishly written tribute, Cynth'ya!|
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|cute write, cynth'ya! glad i stopped in! thanks too for your review on my cajun poem; it is much appreciated!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in tx., karen lynn. :D
|Reviewed by Floria Kelderhouse (Reader)
|This is so nice Cynthia and just like you to be so
sweet to remember all the winners...Your name will
surely be up there one day...floria
|Reviewed by Kevin Mc Crum (Reader)
|Ver well done. You forgot to mention Ace three times...LOL|