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The Epiphany
by Sue Hess

Wednesday, June 23, 2004
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Slowly she walked up the hill
Head down, heart broken
She didnít see the sun shining
The flowers were crushed beneath her feet
He had left her and she saw no tomorrow
No happiness or hope in her future
She reached the top of the hill and sat
Searching for a reason to go on
What happened on that hill, I canít say
Was it a religious experience
Or a sudden awakening to hope
Who knows
But a different woman came back down that hill
She came down under a sun burning bright
Admiring flowers along the way
Birds chirped and bees buzzed
And she was alive with it all
He had left her yes, and taken a bit
Of her happiness
But her life was hers and only she could give it up
For today, she chose to live
And once chosen, life began anew
Her broken heart began to mend

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Reviewed by John Reilly (Reader) 6/28/2004
Good for her change is an important part of life
even when the change is for the worse and the lady
stinks good poem Susan
I enjoyed it
Reviewed by Kevin Mc Crum (Reader) 6/25/2004
good turn around, why be sad!!
Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader) 6/24/2004
This is perfection.
Reviewed by jude forese 6/23/2004
a heart subdued is a heart renewed ...

awesome poem!
Reviewed by E T Waldron 6/23/2004
Brava! Sue, this is perfection!It couldn't be
said better than this!
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 6/23/2004
I LOVE this, it's very powerful and uplifting.
Reviewed by Mark Mahoney 6/23/2004
A very powerful poem here Sue,well written and reads like an awareness that has been overcome, a very gifted piece,well done...Mark x
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 6/23/2004
Uplifting and very wise write!
Reviewed by Lori Moore 6/23/2004
This is great, Sue.

"But her life was hers and only she could give it up
For today, she chose to live
And once chosen, life began anew
Her broken heart began to mend."

Wonderful lines.
Reviewed by Anthony Hall 6/23/2004
Sue, wonderful write. It sometimes takes separating ourselves, finding a place high above the pain, in order to see things as they truly are. Realizing that the only thing we can control in this life is ourself and our reactions to such things as heart aches, disappointments and heart breaks...

Anthony
Reviewed by Anna Marie Fritz (Reader) 6/23/2004
GOOD FOR HER!
The rebirth exactly as needed, for those with broken hearts!
Reviewed by Theresa Koch 6/23/2004
This was just exceptional`*
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