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by Sara Coslett
Tuesday, May 17, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.

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No, I canít take you with me
Even though you are me
I have to leave you behind
To sit in a corner of my soul
No point in waiting for my return
I wonít be coming back
It will never work out
Weíre too much alike
Weíre opposites
Youíre so needy
Always wanting to be loved
I just donít have time for you anymore
Youíll have to learn to be alone
It will be all right
Youíve always managed up until now
Iím sorry.
Now wipe away your tears.

Sara Coslett © 2005

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Reviewed by Franz Kessler 6/19/2005
Lovely and honest poem. Yes, indeed, compassionate activity could mean the necessity to push a loved one away - as do all mammals in the wild. Life is really about being able to stand alone. Franz
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 5/19/2005
Strikingly honest and captivating, Sara. Thank you for sharing this introspective outlook. Love and peace to you. Regis
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 5/19/2005
A truly fascinating perspective, Sara - and a battle probably many face every day.
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 5/18/2005

A profoundly penned, excellently presented poem to the dilemma of duality. Complex, yet entertaining--I enjoyed this peek into your soul. Well done!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.

What do they call it when you're a twin and have duality? I thought I was already doubled LOL
Reviewed by Paul Williams 5/18/2005
Thank you for the look inside Sara, a deeply personal write, it seems there are a few of us going through some profound changes at the moment. Excellent!

Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers 5/18/2005
Sara, You've allowed the readers to take a glimpse inside, and you've done it not only with style and grace but truth and honesty as well.
Stunning work Sara.

Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 5/17/2005
Most powerful deep touching read!!

I think I can understand this better than I wish to understand....but thats is what we have to deal with everyday of our lives.

Take care Sara and know if ever there is someone knowing what you felt writing this's me.

Me thinks you need another boat trip...but hey this time take me with okay!!

Love and many hugs Tinka
Reviewed by jude forese 5/17/2005
you have presented your dualism very effectivey ... it seems you seek a change within ... a desire to reinvent yourself as your mourn the passing of the old self no longer there ...
Reviewed by E T Waldron 5/17/2005
Wow Sara! Profound truth here! I'm always fascinated by
the duality in life, of all things not just human.
Excellent perception!


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