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by Dawn Richerson
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You called me from the airport, about to board
for Far East trip,
   to say
you wished I could
see the place decked out, Olympic glory on
its way.

            Possible interpretations Ė 
            
#1: I wish you could be here.
#2: I wish you
  could come.
#3: I donít know how
to say goodbye, take care.
#4: What is   
           happening here?


I considered each as silence filled space between us
and my heart ached
   already
at your absence
and a growing connection, undefined, that spanned it.

            Possible interpretations Ė 
            
#1: I wish I could be there.
#2
: I wish I
   could go.

#3: I donít know how
to say goodbye, take care.
#4: What is
           happening here?

My stomach turned, spiraled downward and I clutched
the receiver
   like a
lifeline, a lump
in my throat and heart beating out a message
it could

Not speak even if my mind acknowledged truth.
I love you. I
   love you.
I love you.
Take
care. I wish I were there. I love you. Please,
take care.



 
 
 

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Reviewed by William Bonilla
enjoyed this piece
Very creative
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Clever job on this interesting write, Dawn! I like!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your Tx. friend, Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Kate Clifford
Beautiful write of the silence of love.
Reviewed by jude forese
very creative format ...
Reviewed by Phillip William Allen
Loved the way you did this one. Ty for sharing
Reviewed by Carmen Ruggero
I love what you do with formatting. Kate is right, it gives a strong visual sensation, and what happens is that we see the moment, consequently feel it. The tension is clear. All the possible interpretation going through the narrator's mind, yet at the end it simple means "I love you... take care". I really enjoyed reading this.

Carmen :-)
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
SHEER BRILLIANCE! As usual, your unique formatting of your work gives a visual excitement and adds to the interpretation of the poetry. Stunningly "simple" in its expression, yet speaking and expressing volumes that is complex underneath the veneer. I'm glad that others' minds summersault at high speed like express trains - even during the most "uncomplicated" levels of communication! Some of us - if not most - have antennae that are ALWAYS outstretched and on the alert! Enjoyed this immensely. TY Kate xx
Reviewed by Lori Moore
Great write... romance and pain. Love it.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
Great poem Dawn!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Sue Hess
this is amazing, you wrote so well of the fine line between what we say, what we want to say and what we really mean
Reviewed by D May (Reader)
Dawn, I dearly love this piece. So original and honest. Straight from inside. Bravo! This is truly a gem.
Reviewed by Susan Barton (Reader)
such emotional truth!

sueb
Reviewed by Thomas Lanechanger
Dawn, Iíll echo Peterís sentiments and add this, ďI most definitely consider you a friend!Ē I enjoy visiting your remarkable Den. Thanks for sharing your work. Take care and be well.
Reviewed by Deborah Richards
dawn, great poem, love is a splender thing,

debbie
Reviewed by Peter Paton
Ah...So romantic and loving , Dawn...
The ache of seperation from a loved one is unbearable...
Peter
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