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Lori L Moore

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The Walls
by Lori L Moore

Sunday, April 04, 2004
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The walls are barren, void of love.
Evicted memories now hide in faded squares where paper smiles once graced the hall.

The walls are barren, like empty hearts
clinging to empty vows. Mindless words
once spoken on a now forgotten day.

The walls are barren. Boxes packed.
Children, torn between two lies,
say goodbye to a house
that once pretended to be a home.

The walls are barren, as they await another lie to decorate their soul.


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Reviewed by Rebekah Rosie Lang 4/11/2004
WHOW! Brilliant write!
That one hits a little too
close to home for me! Nice poem though.
A contender for the prize in my opinion!
Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson 4/7/2004
Um....Outstanding
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 4/6/2004
Sad profound write Lori!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Bianca Boonstra 4/6/2004
Sad write.
Reviewed by Floria Kelderhouse (Reader) 4/5/2004
This is so sad Lori....very creative
and real life poetry...I feel all your
poems..they all touch me...great writing
here..floria
Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain 4/5/2004
You brought down 'the walls' with this finely-penned prose!
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 4/5/2004
that once pretended to be a home.
your creativity is fabulous
Loria
Reviewed by Sandra Corona 4/5/2004
Whoa! Heavy and hitting a home-run! Too bad it's true in too many instances.
Thanks for your reviews too.
:)Sandy
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 4/5/2004
A profound poem, Lori, and well done.
Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers 4/5/2004
Lori, such sad deepened emotions. I once heard that it's good that walls can't talk. I happen to believe they do...very loudly most of the time.
You've captured in words what most can't even imagine, and done it exquisitely. Lisa
Reviewed by * Twilah 4/5/2004
Lori, this is so much like a poem I wrote, called "Walls". I must post it here so you can see. Such a meaningful poem, and written so well.
Reviewed by Trish - The Trickster 4/5/2004
Sad, but excellent emotional write.
Reviewed by Paul Berube 4/5/2004
Lori, loved your poem. It stirs many deep emotions.
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 4/5/2004
Hello Lori, tough but very good talent. enjoyed reading this. Kind of reminds me of my walls. Of course I remember when I didn't have any walls. Now I have walls and I decorate to my taste what goes onin them. I try to decorate my soul with positivity to counteract the outside effect has on it. The outside world will always try to mess up our souls decoration. l&p G
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 4/5/2004
You have expressed these sad sentiments with such a fitting style, Lori - the cool blankness of barren walls, like bones that are dead and picked clean. Walls can also be the silent observers of happier times of life and truth as well as the bad times when that truth becomes tired and warped, leading to desolation and disruption. A sensitive and feeling write, well done! KB
Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader) 4/5/2004
Pain is good sometimes, otherwise how would we know what Joy is.
Reviewed by Judith Pleasant 4/5/2004
Lori,
This poem holds such pain, that I have seen in many people I have met.
I hope your walls are covered with beautiful paper again and your home is as lovely as your hidden heart seems.
Blessings,
Judith
Reviewed by E T Waldron 4/4/2004
Lori, you write with such depth you always
stir my deepest emotions! Superb poetry!
Reviewed by Sheila Jones (Reader) 4/4/2004
Lori,
Your words are very moving and heartfelt...

"The walls are barren, as they wait for another lie
to decorate their soul."

This is so sad, yet so beautifully composed!

Love, Sheila
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