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Out Late
by Dawn Richerson
Wednesday, December 15, 2004
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Out
late
again,  
weight
of you
and the
absence
of you all
I can feel in  
festive season,
I look to the sky,
in search of lost or
wandering angels.
A sliver of a moon
shines bright and
as broad as your
smile, deep
enough to
hold these
tears, shake
these fears
that you
will not
return,
that I
will
never
have a
happy
ever after.

 

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Reviewed by Carole Mathys 12/19/2004
a lovely sad write Dawn..
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 12/17/2004
(((dawn)))

i love the format of scattered thoughts that combine to make one powerful poem! VERY powerful and shattering emotions vividly expressed. well done!

(((HUGS))) and love, karla. :(
Reviewed by Linda Roman 12/16/2004
sad, but I like... very nice
Reviewed by Daniel McTaggart 12/16/2004
Sounds like a continuous strand of unedited thought. And sometimes those make the best little poems. Sad but good, Dawn.
Reviewed by George Jackson 12/16/2004
Sad, but exceptional, not just in form, but in substance. A poem that captures the very essence of loss. Another excellent poem, Dawn.
Reviewed by Sue Hess 12/16/2004
this is great and i enjoyed the form you used. it flowed very nicely
Reviewed by Debashish Haar (Reader) 12/16/2004
Very sad poem, I read it like a speed poem. Very spontaneous write...

D
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 12/16/2004
Sad write Dawn!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 12/16/2004
I look to the sky,
in search of lost or
wandering angels.

They are out there - and we must all search on.
Reviewed by Jeff Mason 12/16/2004
keep hope alive Dawn! -- Jeff
Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers 12/16/2004
Somewhere, you will find the peace in which you are searching. Though the pain is intense, you behold the strength to endure and overcome.
Touching write.

Lisa
Reviewed by Janet Parker 12/15/2004
I feel sad for you, Dawn. There is no pain as bad as this. I know. But hope is down the road somewhere, with someone or no one.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 12/15/2004
Outstanding! Form looks like a pregnant woman!;-)?
Reviewed by Zenith Elliott 12/15/2004
well done, there will always be times when it seems like there will never be a happy ever after...but time can change that perception. ~Z~
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 12/15/2004
Know the feeling :-( Great write!
Reviewed by D May (Reader) 12/15/2004
Oh this is sad-- I like the form of this piece and how you said it.
Reviewed by jude forese 12/15/2004
how we see ourselves determines the outcome of our aspirations ... how others see us determines the perspective of our motives ... together, they can build a very happy ever after ...



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