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by Vesna * Vanessa
Tuesday, May 24, 2005
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I wake early this spring morn
losing memory of why I was born
this place of hustle and bustle
prevents me now to move a muscle

I wonder if this hocus-pocus
is life transient in its focus
a steppingstone beyond a gate



sometimes early never late

an entrance to this dimension

to plight and apprehension


As  this life begins
and enchantment of solitude wins
a  caressing of ground and sky
is this my purpose before I die
a life in dreamless passion
embossed in a face ashen

Or a  portal opening to life
offering only dire strife
and promises of love to come
why then.. do I feel so numb
waking early this spring morn
wondering again why I was born




 
 
 

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Reviewed by Regis Auffray
I can relate very well to what you express in these verses, Vesna. Thank you. Love and peace. Regis
Reviewed by Anna Marie Fritz (Reader)
This is nice, Vesna!
I often have this feeling, and particularly THIS spring, which
is special for me, and yet filled with apprehensions at times.
Reviewed by jude forese
beautiful probing ambiance to this poem ... it encompasses a numb awakening to the validity of purpose ...
Reviewed by Paul Williams
This is superb stuff Vesna...I agree totally with everyone...still not back in fully functional mode.

Paul;-}
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper
super touching piece Vesna, I use to wonder the same
Reviewed by Rosemarie Skaine
A question we all ask from time to time. Good write. R
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
Goodness me, Vesna! This one makes me gasp for breath! It's like a supernatural shiver that makes me feel like I'm touching some unseen cosmic web somewhere, walked into it though I can't see it. I am sure we encounter these "portals to another world" many times during the day, totally unawares. I believe the whole of life is spiritually driven and find it difficult to keep my feet on terra firma, actually - or to be bothered much about staying "rooted and grounded" in the accepted fashion. Why? We are fundamentally spiritual beings anyway, aren't we?! :)) Sorry, I ramble (too much work to do otherwise!). But, my this is beautiful. I think the balance of our consciousness is particularly sensitive to these "doors" at the moment between sleeping and waking... like we COULD almost slip between the material sheets and slide into a gorgeous other existance. THAT is when we begin to question why we are here and where it is we're going, I think... This made my heart quicken and skip a few beats - like it does when I'm aware of this kind of "otherworldly" experience. Right with you on this one, Lady! TY Kate xx
Reviewed by Jeff Mason
Very deep and meaningful ponderings. At some point, I think we all have felt this way. Sometimes, hope... is all we have. Fragile, tenuous hope. BTW, regarding your philosopy: Your "twin-flame" concept is good - I think it's time for a revolution! -- Jeff
Reviewed by John Bidwell
I sure agree with Eileen.
Best wishes,
John
Reviewed by Henry Stevens
Good poem on universal question. Henry
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Vesna,You were born to love, to write gorgeous poetry, and to be your beautiful self!Wonderful poem!

Love,
Eileen
Reviewed by Felix Perry
Kewl and deep write, I wonder where the idea came for this one? Hmmmnnn

Felix
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