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Drawing of Self
by Jason A. Wise

Tuesday, February 08, 2005
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Your eyes betray
all you cannot say.
Silence outweighs
the words;
unspoken,
unheard.

Some strange longing
caresses the memory
where your eyes burn
bright as candles,
drawing out the dead-

-drawing out the deadness
in me.

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Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson 2/11/2005
wow....hurts the things that others eyes say
because they can't won't speak it
say it to you
feelings well penned
Reviewed by jude forese 2/10/2005
once "the deadness" is drawn out, life reveals itself ...
Reviewed by Janet Parker 2/8/2005
A very well-written, but sad poem.
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