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The Gypsy Madame Fernandez Meets A Ghost Pt 3
by A PAX

Thursday, April 22, 2004
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The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed. Carl Gustav Jung



The Meeting of Madame Fernandez And The Ghost (Pt 3)

Wrapped in warmth upon her bed
Refreshed yet tired as the dead
Madame Fernandez felt a chill
Then saw his form by windowsill

Still as statues, shocked at first
Dazed and mute, their eyes conversed
Questions booming in their minds
Without a sound...thoughts intertwined

She felt his lonliness and pain
His spirit chained to earthly plane
He felt the life within her veins
And he would never be the same

He gave a courtly gentle bow
He cleared this voice and said out loud
I'd love to share with you my name
But I've my shame

Its been so long, since I've been seen
Perhaps I'm dead......or inbetween?
And now you seem confused as me
But I can see!!

I'm SOOOO delighted with this fine chance
To speak LONG LONG last
With joy I speak, these words you hear
To one who travels midnight spheres........

To Be Continued........
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Reviewed by Tactfully Naive 10/28/2006
Then saw his form by windowsill

Still as statues, shocked at first
Dazed and mute, their eyes conversed
Questions booming in their minds
Without a sound...thoughts intertwined

I've had this kind of experience, though darker than this interaction. Imagine a ghost forgetting his own name? Huh, put's a different slant on not being able to spell one's own name.
The plot continues.
Reviewed by Fletcher Bailey (Reader) 5/4/2004
Hauntingly alluring. Just gone through three.

Fletcher B
Reviewed by Dale Clark 4/23/2004
so haunting and very creative Lady A.
Reviewed by andrea coltman 4/23/2004
Fantastic wishes Andrea
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 4/23/2004
Ahhhh, romantic overtures across The Great Divide! I am fascinated: is HE wanting to "come back" or is it her astral travelling that is bringing him into such close proximity such that there is connection between them?! To be've got me!! KB
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 4/23/2004

this is enchanting, creative, and brilliantly composed. :)

(((HUGS))) and love, karla. :)
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 4/23/2004
Love the play of thoughts and words. Since I am on the road I might miss a part of this on going series, could you send me a message when you add on to this?
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 4/22/2004
I want to read the rest this is so creative and well written.
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 4/22/2004
Well now, this is awesome Lady A
Thanks for stopping my way....
Reviewed by E T Waldron 4/22/2004
Seems you have us all hooked Lady A! ;-)
A splendid mesmerizinbg series!
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson 4/22/2004
Fantastic write...I am eagerly looking for the next installment.
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Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 4/22/2004
Excellent story/poem Anita!!

Enjoying this!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Floria Kelderhouse (Reader) 4/22/2004
WOW cant wait for the next part.....
he seems like a friendly ghost anyway...
great enjoyable read Anita..floria
Reviewed by Robert Montesino 4/22/2004
You got great story/poem going here...looking forward to the rest!
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 4/22/2004
Even more intriguing! Love your quotes in this eerie series, too!

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