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Again
by George M Jackson

Friday, March 18, 2005
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She came to me again last night, in


Dream-like hues of monochrome, a


Familiar apparition that somehow found


Her way to where I stood once more, and


She called my name, this woman from my


Waking world, here among the sun-dappled


Trees of a forest created just for this moment


 


Because


 


Only a place such as this could ever match


The figure that moved toward me in her


Beauty, where a soft breeze paid homage


By sending leaves to dance about her naked


Feet, long dark hair free of any ties dancing


With them as she turned her head to face me


As if hearing the thunder that was my heart


 


And


 


Perhaps she could, yes perhaps, this yearning


That filled my existence, a rushing torrent of


Words unsaid carried along by that sighing


Breeze, in this fairytale glade where anything


Was possible, if only one had the courage to


Embrace what is right and good, to open up


And say I love you even once upon a time


 


Without


 


The burden of feeling insignificant, stuff of


Poets scratching lines with fevered pens, this


Dream of she that walked toward me, lifting


Her arms to still my restless weeping soul, her


Eyes oh her eyes like dark gems of priceless regard


As they gaze through the very heart of all I long


To be, her smile a portrait brush stroked forever


 


Across


 


The canvas of my life and telling me that


What I am is enough, before I am lost in her


Arms…


 


And


The dream


Fades


Away…


 


 


END


 


“Again”


 

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Reviewed by jude forese 3/19/2005
a beautiful and captivating poem, George ...
Reviewed by Michelle Mills 3/19/2005
I love the expression, and the way you expressed it. It was a unique beautiful write George. Michelle
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 3/19/2005
You have captured something uniquely mystical in this write, I think, George: the very words "I love you!" are so powerful and perhaps so earth-shatteringly difficult to utter from the deepest part of us, that only the kind of vision that you paint here could give us the momentum and confidence to do it, to speak those hallowed words... and the funny thing is, that when we DO find the moment to say this, then that is possibly how it is we see our beloved actually at the time: you have described the great epiphany of the "I love you!" here! Just magnificent! TY Kate xx
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 3/19/2005
wonderful imagery, george; stunning write! very well done; bravo!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your tx. friend, karen lynn. :D
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 3/19/2005
Stunning work George!!

I see I am not the only dreamer of..dancing leaves huh??

Well penned my friend!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Sylvia Carroll 3/19/2005
This is so beautiful. Your work continues to amaze me. Ilove you son.
Mom
Reviewed by George Carroll 3/19/2005
Haven't read anything as touching as this poem in my whole life. You have captured lost love's intensity so well that it makes my heart want to shout bravo to your poeic genius for creating this masterpiece that contains so much love for a lost soul mate. This is love,expressed in the purity of your soul. I shall want to keep this and read it many times.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 3/19/2005
A truly captivating dream, George, written from your poet's soul.
Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen 3/19/2005
Wow, George! Can't help but think of amaranth while reading this inspired creation-- that imaginary flower that never fades...
You really show your talent in this mystical, atmospheric write! Really beautiful, Poet!
Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/18/2005
Okay!your "familiar apparition"
A nice companion piece to our shadowy colab;-)
Your descriptive talent is awesome in this poem George!

"stuff of Poets scratching lines with fevered pens, this
Dream of she that walked toward me, lifting
Her arms to still my restless weeping soul, her
Eyes oh her eyes like dark gems of priceless regard"

simply divine!;-)

Eileen

Reviewed by Dave Harm 3/18/2005
"Eyes oh her eyes like dark gems of priceless regard
As they gaze through the very heart of all I long
To be, her smile a portrait brush stroked forever"

A dream of what you were, or a dream of what you will be?

Great write... Dave
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 3/18/2005
nicely done
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