Crown Of Ravens
by Poetry by Deborah
Saturday, January 29, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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A crown of ravens ‘pon her ‘brow,
majestic in her stance,
regal in the uplifting
of her arms; welcoming
and offering her shelter,
though arms still bare,
to the wings that seek
solace in her bosom.
Outstretched, her branches
reach up, inviting; a
bid to welcome nesting
amid her hair - and not a care
of the weather, nor the
gray skies above, just an
ever loving invitation to
find bield in her home.
This fine lady of majesty
and grace, rises above the
land, yet knows her place
in the balance of universal flow.
And if you look closely, though
her arms be bare...you will still
see warmth and a glow in the air
that surrounds her; laudable
is her wish to share what little
she has, and in the silence
in which she stands - I share
with awe, each and every thought
she has found me worthy to receive.
© 2005, Deborah L. Kelly
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|Reviewed by Al Swanson (Reader)
|Ya know Deb, this is a self message, an utternace of things tru in you, though the objet discussed is another. It is true, tht even the sheered beautys so well cared for, with all the dazzling mistique there given, are simple and all too often that, mere glued tinsel, arrrayed by pencils of the art, and there not the 24 karot gold we aare truly in seeking. And this poem tells that. It additonally tells that spirit or love certainly abides the heart, of those often now as well embued, and the tragic ends to meet all who certainly cannot tell, Al|
|Reviewed by Lori Moore
|Beautiful poetry. I love the style.|
|Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader)
|This is a wonderful descriptive poem that breathes a life itself.|
|Reviewed by Sandie Angel
|Your words are powerfully-spoken. They made this grey picture comes to life. Good job indeed!
Sandie Angel a.k.a. Sandie May Angel :o)