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  Back to Earth
by jude forese
Saturday, March 26, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.

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At first I was gorgonized

Thrown into darkened state of astonished glares

Cast into a world of ominous horizons
Peppered with gothic emotions
And tales of magical madness

I surrounded your tempestuous aura
With a gust of hesitancy

My mood egregiously overt
For your presence was an auspicious surprise

My emotions obviously mixed
My reaction compromised

And so I kissed your cheek
And welcomed you back to earth

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Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 7/20/2005
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 5/1/2005
This is sweet. Your words continue to fandangle me as I approach the stratosphere of your presence.

Reviewed by Dave Harm 3/28/2005
Lots of meanings, after reading the reviews... a lot more... what was, will be again and what will be always has been...
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 3/28/2005
Magical and enchanting words. Well-done, Robert!

Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by Tiana ~ (Reader) 3/28/2005
Wonderfully written, Jude ... I truly enjoyed Kate's take on this poem as well ...
Reviewed by Henry Lefevre 3/28/2005
Back to earth
For what it's worth
May some day bring us
Songs and mirth
Reviewed by Janet Parker 3/28/2005
Beautiful as always, Jude. And mysterious as only you can express.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 3/28/2005
The power of a kiss!
Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen 3/28/2005
This is wonderful, Sir Ace.
Reviewed by Alexandra* OneLight* Authors & Creations 3/28/2005
A mutual welcome, and an extremely well written landing.
Reviewed by Elaine Carey 3/28/2005
This feels like the beginning of a whole legend!
Reviewed by Tracey L. O' Very (Reader) 3/27/2005
Excellent! So many mixed emotions.
Thanks and Happy Easter
Tracey (C:)
Reviewed by Dawn Richerson 3/27/2005
Beauty distilled. Just a gorgeous poem. Thanks,
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 3/27/2005
Okay lets us quit with the big words that Rufuz can't understand, let alone his daddy, LOL! Glad to see you got a kiss out of it, if nothing else...Ed ;)
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 3/27/2005
Subverting the imagery with the Easter story, for this weekend I can see this as the inverse mirror image of Jesus' betrayal by Judas, his death and resurrection... in reverse it would be coming back from heaven to earth to be greeted by a kiss of affection instead! However, that apart, this reads as the kind of metamorphoses that takes place in the characters of classic mythology: the refining process born out of intense passion of one kind or another: "Passion in extremis". Also, as a kind of Beauty and the Beast write. It is mde fascinating by the sense of mystery which is intensified by the underwritten style,giving no clues or hints of explanations. How well this works, because the effect seems to be to draw the reader in to multiple-readings to try and gain insight into the striking images that intrigue. Both an extra- and intra-terrestrial write! TY Kate xx
Reviewed by Zenith Elliott 3/27/2005
Profound and well done, as usual, Jude! Peace and best wishes...~Z~
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 3/27/2005
I must commend you, for having this cloaked kinda mysterious romance.
Will Nordette have any hair left?
Same as henry. This is a more-ish read.
Each line has its own subtext.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/27/2005
Poetry well laced with symbolism...glad your back on earth;-)

Reviewed by Dale Clark 3/27/2005
As Felix said search the dictionary
and learn. I'm in awe of your talent
with words. What other tools do we
have as poets? Excellent!
Reviewed by Felix Perry 3/27/2005
A lot of big words for this simple man to search out in a dictionary but i dearly loved those last two sincere and meaningful.

Have a Great Easter,

Reviewed by m j hollingshead 3/27/2005
well done
Reviewed by Henry Stevens 3/27/2005
An art poem, many meanings on different levels. It keeps drawing me back for an other read. Well done. Henry
Reviewed by jude forese 3/27/2005
Larry ... a vision of spacecraft? LOL! you have a very vivid imagination ... did you ever hear of allegorical metaphor? try it sometime, it will enhance your poetry ...
Reviewed by Darcey Patil 3/27/2005
Dear Ace,
Very nice indeed. The kiss of death to set all of us free. Very nice indeed.
Reviewed by Larry Rochelle 3/27/2005
Visions of spacecraft, a being gone from sight, a return from where?
Reviewed by Mary Quire 3/27/2005
Very interesting. This one could have so many meanings, I couldn't help but read it a second time.

Best wishes,
Reviewed by Alain Gracio 3/27/2005
I always wondered what it would be like to be stuck on a wall as well,
keep up the good work
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 3/27/2005


To are sumtinels!!


Love Tinka
Reviewed by L. Figgins 3/26/2005
Seems she fell off the pedestal? You're taking it well. Sounds like it was a quite a dream while it lasted. She knocked you for a loop. New blood. New love. New horizons. Intoxicating. Some women look better from afar. Up close we all fall down. You kissed her cheek and welcomed her back down, so I guess you are friends?
Reviewed by Nordette Adams 3/26/2005
Oh, dearest Jude, 'tis so romantic. But I've had enough of these love poems. Who is this cow who's stolen your heart? It will be a duel to the death. ~~Nordette "Timing's A B****"
PS: But it seems you're not quite as star struck. So that's a good sign.
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 3/26/2005
Soaring and touching down...joined souls will be one no matter where they go. There is a hint of mystery and a splash of romance in this write, Robert. Your flowery words spark the imagination and take the reader along for a wild ride. Very good job, Robert.
Take care,
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson 3/26/2005
Your words soar with this write Robert...your imagination is rich...I enjoyed the read.

Reviewed by john zimmerman 3/26/2005
soaring yet grounnded

good write

Reviewed by Kate Clifford 3/26/2005
Darn it! I wanted to stay in the clouds :-)

Seriously this is a very romantic unique write.
Reviewed by Ann Marquette 3/26/2005
Very imagination wanders.

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