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  Suspended Moments
by jude forese
Thursday, February 03, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.

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The rain is pouring down super hard
As I glance down to the ocean
Hard rain, almost snowflakes

The waves are so furious tonight
Surging onto the shore below

This cold yet vibrant night

This crystalline moment
Before nature is frozen
And my eyes are still warm

This endless footprint upon my mind
Leading to everywhere but where I am standing

I can hear a buoy in the distance
Sounds like a cue where not to go

Sounds like a way to remain afloat
To protect and lead the way
Away from the perils of being

It is pretty far down onto the shore
And the sea is so close and yet so deep

There is a branch hanging from the cliff
Dare I test its tranquility?

Dare I suspend myself over life?
    



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Reviewed by A. Gagné (Reader) 2/10/2005
Such interesting perspectives! Great questions. :)
Reviewed by Eddie Thompson 2/5/2005
This endless footprint upon my mind
Leading to everywhere but where I am standing

wonderful stuff there....always there are decisions to make...buoys to figure out.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 2/4/2005
The ocean has such energy and you capture the essence of its symbolic meaningfulness in these verses, Jude. Thank you. Regis
Reviewed by Phillip William Allen 2/4/2005
You've capture the thoughts from pounding waves with style
Reviewed by George Jackson 2/4/2005
Excellent as usual, Robert=).
Reviewed by Katy Walsvik 2/4/2005
Robert, I kept dwelling on "cold yet vibrant night" because you gave voice to a recurring thought of mine... but it's the subject of the sea and your gift for metaphor that surrounds my head when I read you... In my opinion, the last 3 lines have few, if any, equals, even for you! Great stuff! katy xox.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 2/4/2005
"It is pretty far down onto the shore" as a maritimer I love the way this line rolls off the tongue but the hanging branch worries me. Great write Robert.

Felix
Reviewed by Debashish Haar (Reader) 2/4/2005
A wonderful atmospheric poem, Jude!

D
Reviewed by Emeka Nwogu 2/4/2005
Remain afloat and lead the way
away from danger, where you encounter not misfortune

Great poem. I can feel it.

Emeka Nwogu
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 2/4/2005
I think you dare to suspend yourself over life quite often in these captivating poems.
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 2/4/2005
Left us with a cliff hanger here..
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 2/4/2005
Beauty within danger in this one Robert!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 2/4/2005
You will! The images in this poem live and breathe.
Reviewed by jeanne watson 2/4/2005
Love the character of life here ... both beautiful and dangerous ...
as always ... a pleasure to read your poetry....

...jeanne...
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 2/3/2005
...Go on, then!!!! Silky smooth, as has been said, but it is indeed like a mysterious allegory of the buoy, the branch and the sea... so what is the footprint saying? Reckon that's the key to this enigma. Glad to see there are others who listen to anything other than their head!! Being an ocean man, I bet you'll go with the safety of deep waters, your true home. "Warm eyes" is a unique, evocative and transcendent image that speaks volumes about the nature of the voice. Will you be back tomorrow?! :)) TY LOL Kate xx
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson 2/3/2005
Excellent as always
Reviewed by Danielle Mundy 2/3/2005
I think I would take that chance...wonderful write, Jude
Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson 2/3/2005
the smoothness of this write gives one the feeling of floating
slowly over the waters edge skin senses the ocean
but not touches, always a nice journey................
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 2/3/2005
Nice to have an ocean view Robert, all I see is houses, in the back, in the front. Think I'll hang on that branch. Maybe I'll fall to ocean and float out to sea, to see something different. Nice piece.G
Reviewed by Janet Parker 2/3/2005
"Before nature is frozen And my eyes are still warm" The contrast here is beautifully expressed. I see you as always being suspended over life. Pushing your creativity to the limit, observing with eyes that see so much more than the average person. Exceptional write, Jude.
Reviewed by Lori Moore 2/3/2005
Excellent!
Reviewed by Bonnie Torrente 2/3/2005
You DareDevil!

Love, Bonnie
Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader) 2/3/2005
Yes this is very brilliant and it is how the storm that came today started but ends so well.
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 2/3/2005
a brilliant, introspective write....love the ocean
Reviewed by Huda Orfali 2/3/2005
I would certainly venture and test it.
Otherwise I will regret not trying
Slpnedid, Ace
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 2/3/2005
Fantastic nature write and inner thoughts. Loved the ending.
Reviewed by George Carroll 2/3/2005
Must be nice to live by the ocean. We don't always see the buoys in life as we trip and stumble seeking to survive.
Reviewed by Elaine Carey 2/3/2005
This is lovely! You leave the reader breathless.

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