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The blizzard Of Life
by Cathrine Hottran
Thursday, April 21, 2005
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My sun, has been taken by dark clouds,
Sending the rain my way,
The rainbow’s colors have faded,
And all I can see is grey.

The moon is gone, and the stars have all fallen,
And with them went all of the sparks,
The ocean life is dead now,
Except for the hungriest sharks.

So here I stand, in the desert,
Cause all of the beaches just dried,
This life is such a blizzard,
I feel, like I have to hide.

Those clouds, will they ever re-lighten,
So the sun once again can shine,
To make the rainbows colors,
And light up this view of mine.

Can sharks ever loose their hunger,
And bring back the ocean to life,
Will the blizzard, be calm in the morning,
And make all this darkness seem bright.

Will the fallen stars get back up there,
And place the moon in a starlit sky,
Will I find the oasis in the desert,
Or is my heart, just doomed to dry.              

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Reviewed by Robin Labenberg 5/7/2005
sadness will be replaced by the sun once again if you just hang in there....great writing
Reviewed by evan horetsky 5/5/2005
oh i've had writes like this....that came from times like this.

Cheer up, in our poetry I believe we find some solace, as well as in the strength of others... if you need it, there's always mine, as well as many other den-mates, I'm sure.

Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 5/5/2005

Stunning imagery, painful emotion--excellently penned!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :(
Reviewed by Muhammad Al Mahdi 5/3/2005
Beautiful with astonishing images. Sadness of my sadness. It will be happiness one day.
Reviewed by William DeVault 5/3/2005
Excellenet expression, I need to read more of your works. Just well done, overall.
Reviewed by L. Figgins 4/30/2005
Fine write, C. We need these grey periods to reaccess our lives. As long as hope waters a spring in your heart, it won't dry out. Amazing what the human spirit endures and still carrys hope within. Oh, the water may be reduced to a trickle but faith will feed the source...
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 4/30/2005
super Great poem, I really relate. We're doomed unless we "dare ourselves to be different." HaRD earned being different by choice. G
Reviewed by Eddie Thompson 4/28/2005
Powerful...My hope is that the author finds light again, emerging from the crevice of darkness.
Reviewed by Vesna Blueflame 4/26/2005
Will the fallen stars get back up there,
And place the moon in a starlit sky,
Will I find the oasis in the desert,
Or is my heart, just doomed to dry.

..I must say I love your style..very impressing work. Many, many times I found myself flooded by such are a very wise young woman..and you are my daughter's age..bless you!
I'm looking forward to many more poems which will effuse from your pen.


PS and yes you will find the one who will permeate you heart with all the love you can wait and see* ..

Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 4/26/2005
This is outstanding poetry!!

Thanks for sharing!!

Welcome to my Den!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Lee Garrett 4/25/2005
"Doomed to dry" That's an unusal concept. Expressing sorrow as dehydration is highly original. This piece captures a spirit looking out of some shadowed place. I hope you've left that place behind by now. Good write.
Reviewed by Henry Lefevre 4/25/2005
I love the beauty of Norway with its fjords, its mountains and its flowers. Vaya con Dios.

Reviewed by Felix Perry 4/25/2005
Hi first time reading your work and I like this one so I think I will enjoy your work in the future.

Reviewed by Emeka Nwogu 4/25/2005
This is a good poem. I understand the feeling behind it. I like particularly the third stanza. It makes a whole lot of sense.

Thanks for the honor in passing my way.

Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 4/24/2005
Such a sad excellent piece of writing...
Thanks for stopping by.......
Reviewed by gaurishankar chemudupati 4/24/2005
"Will I find the oasis in the desert,
Or is my heart, just doomed to dry. 'very heartfelt making the eyes wet of the darkness encircling and hope lingering in the corner of the mind pessimism trickling ! Great thought penned masterly! Thank you dear Hottran!
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson 4/24/2005
Very fine and moving write. The heart is a renewable part of the soul and though at times damaged and torn, it has the capacity to heal. Wonderful write.

Reviewed by Melissa Rives 4/23/2005
Familiar feelings....well written verse, very well expressed.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 4/23/2005
I can SO relate to this moving poem. Thank you for sharing this offering. Love and peace to you. Regis
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 4/21/2005
Awe common - A Reason 4 Everything, Nomatter how hard the reach.... Deeply talented in your metaphors -C- :) I enjoyed getting lost in your thoughts... Thank you 4 sharing. Many HuGs- Lady,Sheee
We R our childrens example- I too am in the same place -Alone and plunging foward- U will B fine-Believe and you will succeed.
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