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Bury This Day
by +Steven Curtis Lance

Sunday, April 17, 2005
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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"No matter how small / It must seem to you / I cannot repair / What you tore away / Part of me not there"


Bury This Day

What more can I say
And how can I bear
To bury this day
Pretend not to care
You are lost to me
When the cost to me
Is no less than all?

My dream once came true
But then turned nightmare
No matter how small
It must seem to you
I cannot repair
What you tore away
Part of me not there

Nothing left to say
Too much has been said
What once lived is dead:
Bury this day

+Steven Curtis Lance



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Reviewed by Felix Perry 4/17/2005
I agree with Jerry in some ways the graphic is overkill your words and rythem strike just the right chord by themselves, my friend. Great poem and I can all too easily feel it's source.

Felix
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 4/17/2005
I have not the slightest idea what the Goethe quote is all about but you don't need it. You didn't need anything except the poem, the rest is distrsacting and seems that you are trying too hard to . . . something. Poets poems should stand the test all by themselves. This one did that quite nicely.



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