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Beside Still Waters
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Each person is but a grain of sand resting beside the sea. This thought sets the tone for Jill Eisnaugleís latest poetry collection, Beside Still Waters...  
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That You Might See the Whole
by Dawn Richerson
Wednesday, June 08, 2005
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The June air, moist with longing,
is a double-edged knife.
Her memory slices me.
Where my soulís blood trickles
a wild wind rushes in
to soothe and cool, to heal.

Time and nature temper pain.
While it is not removed,
raging river rapids
are channeled, brought into
joyful obedience.
My course altered, I see

The distance, the journey long.
And, through the lens of love,
I see hope, trust restored
between us. Wishes bloom
like wild strawberries, ripe
on the vine. Here are two

for you: I wish abundance,
showers of blessings full.
Iíd grant you healing and
kaleidoscopic vision
that you might see the whole,
embrace both light and dark.

 

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Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
Brillianr poetry!!

love Tinka
Reviewed by jude forese
you certainly brought your feelings into perspective ... compelling write!
Reviewed by L. Figgins
Life seen through the lens of the darkness of pain and the light of love. Sweet forgiveness is what we crave and need. Excellent write...
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
Keep that lens of love and hope bright and shiny, Dawn, and keep your cyclops vision through it so that you maintain your perspective and your true course towards restoration and reconciliation. "Sorry" is a relatively new capability I am mastering, but am learning that where wounds have been successfully and honestly healed, the resultant relationship has bonded stronger than it ever was before! Both being able to see and understand - and tolerate! - each other's light and dark goes a long way to being able to ultimately embrace it - and each other! Go you! An inspirational write, TY Kate xx
Reviewed by E T Waldron
This is brilliant and beautiful, Dawn!

Eileen
Reviewed by George Jackson
A wonderful poem.
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Dawn,

A captivating, thought provoking poem--excellently penned wisdom!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :)
Reviewed by Sue Hess
nicely written, full of hope
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