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Lost Little Girl
by Robin Labenberg

Friday, April 22, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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I hear her breathing behind me,beside me, inside me...

I remember when love was in your eyes.
You were so beautiful
with painted lips and crimson nails.

I was so lucky then; so lucky.
Though mouths did frown,
Heaven was unkind.

Your love came with a sting from the knuckles of your fist.
If only I could scream or cry
but my mouth forever silenced.

A shrill note pings
deftly inside my head.
Cutting my skin with it's sharpness.
The color is shocking
Is blood.

No one is here to bandage my hurt
I hide; this room is dark.
I hear her breathing
behind me
beside me
inside me.

I tremble because I am hunted.
No one is here but me and her to hear my whispers...

I scream
so loud
I am loud.

I hurt but hurt goes away if I wish it enough
And I do but she does not hear
I laugh a hollow laugh..

Because the truth is..everyone hears.
In an instant I am crouching in the darkest light I know.
Your silhouette...MOTHER DEAR.

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Reviewed by Mark Rockeymoore 3/18/2006
this piece is so sad, because it is so prevalent. so difficult for parents to hold their tempers with their little ones, and so many are so hurt instide from past hurts that they simply must pass it on, regardless of the eventual cost to their own souls. you express this ably, and even though it is such a stark and hurt-filled scenario, your wordsmithing is direct and to the point, no frills or sidebars necessary.
Reviewed by Sandra Mushi 7/7/2005
No child deserves to go through this. A very sad, chilling and compelling write.

" ... Your love came with a sting from the knuckles of your fist.
If only I could scream or cry
but my mouth forever silenced. "

Great write, Robin! God bless,

Reviewed by Sandie Angel 5/14/2005
Powerful write and great choice of words. Emotions run high in this one.

Sandie Angel a.k.a. Sandie May Angel :o(
Reviewed by Tracey L. O' Very (Reader) 5/10/2005
Very Powerful and So sad. You really captured the horror of the cruel way of "love" ... Your love came with a sting from the knuckles of your fist.
Thank you so much
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 5/7/2005
Starkly realistic and compelling, Robin. Love, peace, and strength to you. Regis
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 5/7/2005

Poetic expression from a heart that was searching for wisdom.
"Lost Little Girl" strikes thoughts on life and humanity.

I enjoyed the reading of this poem, "Lost Little Girl".

Thank You for sharing Your thoughts through Your poetic art.

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 5/2/2005
Wow. Powerful is an understatment.

Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain 4/26/2005

Powerfully emotive poem ... well-done; Bravo!!


Reviewed by Melissa Rives 4/22/2005
Powerfully dark, tragic, and gripping poem. Well written...
Reviewed by Sue Hess 4/22/2005
WOW what a tragically well written child should have to endure this, mother should mean comfort and safety

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