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Drenched in Starlight
by E T Waldron

Friday, January 13, 2006
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The night is drenched in starlight
The moon beams dance on waves
And as my heart skims o'er the sea
My mind screams to be saved
I won't stay  victim of ennui
In  world that's lost its dream


Somehow I must set sail
While orbs of light prevail
I cannot let the tide recede
To leave me here in dire need
Beauty shines forth in the night
Beckoning the cosmic sight


Does truth abound in foreign lands
More so than it does here
Will the same footsteps in the sand
Greet me with hope to spare
Perhaps when comes the morning light
The future will look clear



Before I close my eyes a shadow appears
Hovering over me,  yet with it no fear
I feel the emanation of warmth
I drift to sleep under Angels wings of care


etw-2006

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Reviewed by Carole Mathys 1/14/2006
Your wonderful words lift and inspire all who read this lovely piece, Eileen...feel better soon!

Carole...love and peace
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 1/14/2006
Starry, starry night,
keep our Eileen in
your heavenly sight.

This world was meant
for her to wing the
astral flight, weary
moments now looking
bright.

This one is just for you, Eileen. Take care.

Sage
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 1/14/2006
beautiful write, dear eileen; very nice! brava!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in tx., karen lynn. :D
Reviewed by Emeka Nwogu 1/14/2006
Grand write Eileen. I am inspired by this very one. The beauty of it brings the Angels down with care.

Thanks for this offering.

Emeka
Reviewed by Peter Paton 1/14/2006
I am glad to hear that you are recovering from illness rapidly Eileen, in answer to all our collective prayers here at the Den !
Your beautiful poem represents the faithful servant who trusts completely in the Almighty, and his divine restorative powers, and the comfort of his reassuring angels !
I sense your spirit is elevating again !
Peter.
Reviewed by Steve Patterson 1/14/2006
Lovely Poetry. well done. well read.
TX
Reviewed by J M 1/14/2006
Letting go in the ending is so beautiful. Finding that moment in saftey and peace. Beautiful worK.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 1/14/2006
Beautiful and inspiring!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Kay P Devenish 1/14/2006
Sweet dreams Dear Eillen,always.
Many great lines in this excellent poem.My favorite part is:
'I cannot let the tide recede
To leave me here in dire need'
That's a poem in itself and very quotable.
I will catch up reading your excellent work over the next few days it's still school holidays here and I miss reading you as Alexandra has kept me off the computer.I am glad George is feeling better (I saw that poem listing above,I am off to read it now.)
Best wishes always
love from
kay.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 1/14/2006
Surrealistic and kind of an unsettling dream sequence, if it was a dream. I know you have been bedridden and that has to irk you to no end. I hope you are coming around and back to us 100%.
Reviewed by George Carroll 1/14/2006
To be at peace with oneself and with God as your comforter no one could ask for any more. Great write.
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 1/14/2006
It seems as though the world has lost its dream...doesn't it. Maybe we've just gotten too old and seen too much, Eileen. Plato complained of the same thing in his day. I believe in angels and have seen mine. Its a nice feeling, that kind of belonging to the Universe. (See, I'm not such a heathen afterall... )



Elizabeth
Reviewed by Lori Moore 1/13/2006
Beautiful. Wonderful inspiration.
Reviewed by Bobbi Duffy 1/13/2006
Beautiful thoughts about life and the security God's messengers have to offer us. Loved it.
Bobbi
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