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  Memoir of a Scribe
by jude forese
Sunday, February 05, 2006
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Itís a good night for walking

A good night for talking with the stars

A good night to lose oneself within the stream of being alive
Only to find youíve remembered what you always knew,
The light above is within you

Itís a good night for dreaming

A good night to envision the vision of being designed
By the ultimate dreamer

A good night to be awakened by the processor of memory
And compose a poem
Authorized by the author
Who has written everything ever transcribed

Itís a good night to flourish within the darkness
And seek the sun moving on the other side of the moon
Not to be eclipsed by the motion of their origin

Itís a good night to see there isnít a day
That has yet to be scribed†



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Reviewed by Ronald Hull 2/9/2006
Time to design a day.

Ron
Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight*ģ 2/8/2006
And it's a good night to read this marvelous
"Memoir of a Scribe". Well-done Ace!

Love & Light,
Joseph
Reviewed by Pier Tyler 2/7/2006
I like this...
(A good night to be awakened by the processor of memory
And compose a poem
Authorized by the author
Who has written everything ever transcribed)

Yes it is a good night for all those things..
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 2/7/2006
Has the timeless expansiveness of the view of a Captain leaning over the railings at the prow of his ship and seeing a balmy black ocean stretching away into infinity. Reminds me of the easy peace, harmony and the "all's well with the world" that Potent Sleep has. I love the thoughts that are conjured, flirting with ideas of liberating freedoms that yet perhaps exist within notions of predestination or predetermination. A good night indeed, Jude... and I reckon you are singing here!! Or at the very least, humming...!! :)) Fine contentment that is soothing. TY, K xx
Reviewed by Maria Lupinacci 2/7/2006
Very, very tranquil Jude! You captured the essence of "Just Being".
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 2/6/2006
Such inner harmony of the lead poet's mind. He is giving us what we want because he wants what is inspirationally best for us. So he has scribed it for us. He has a greater way of turning you into a better person. Thanks Jude.

Sage
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 2/6/2006
Perfect, Robert. And the light is within us.
Keeping others from trying to snuff it out is the real test.
Beautifully said.
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 2/6/2006
It feels like the authors spirit is frustrated at being limited within the confines of a human body.
Keep soaring Scribe. My vocabulary at this time of night, is too stunted to reveal the images this provokes..
Reviewed by Paul Williams 2/6/2006
A wonderfully enlightend and inspirational write Jude. The night shines with inspiration for the muse.

Paul;-)
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 2/6/2006
Thank you for an uplifting read as my day slowly becomes night :-)
Reviewed by Aberjhani 2/6/2006
Great lines in which to get lost and wander quite contentedly for a while, enjoying the flashes of insight and glittering flow of inspiration.
Reviewed by Janet Parker 2/6/2006
"Itís a good night to see there isnít a day That has yet to be scribed" This is ultimate truth, And your words are so inspiring, Jude.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 2/6/2006
It's a good morning for me to read this poem, Robert.
Reviewed by Eddie Thompson 2/6/2006
Inspiration is a beautiful thing.
Reviewed by Only A Poet 2/6/2006
that is such a comforting thought! enjoyed as always.
Reviewed by Joyce Hale 2/6/2006
Ah Jude, how I enjoyed reading each line of your writing! It is encouraging, uplifting.... a joy to walk with you, as I felt I was doing. You scribed well, my friend...

Peace. Joyce
Reviewed by Nordette Adams 2/6/2006
An uplifting write, Jude. So many people enjoy your work because you draw us toward the positive. ~~Nordette
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 2/5/2006
Well after a restless sleep this kinda speaks to me that it was not such a bad night afterall...I composed a poem...being awake!!

Thanks for sharing a food nights thought!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Bobbi Duffy 2/5/2006
As a night owl I do most of my thinking after dark. I find pleasure in the darkness and the moonlight. You have captured that so well in this piece. Great Job, Jude

Bobbi
Reviewed by Felix Perry 2/5/2006
Ahhh as I sit here awoken from a sleep at one in the morning and reading and writing at this onGodly hour I know this poem speaks for all of us, our muses must love the night, Jude old buddy.

Felix
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 2/5/2006
I, too, finds inspirations in the night. A good night for walks; and a good night to dream.

Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by Carmen Ruggero 2/5/2006
It is all there for us to grasp. I really love this poem. Good to read you again, Robert.

Carmen
Reviewed by Sara Coslett 2/5/2006
The way you write it, it is always a good night indeed.

Have you ever experienced a truly blissful moment, where even though it is night, in your heart all you feel is sunshine? This poem reminds me of that moment.

~ Sara

Reviewed by m j hollingshead 2/5/2006
as always, well done
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 2/5/2006
You started with a grain of sand and you built a mountain with this wonderfully enlightening and inspiring offering, Jude. It is hard to know if we are a figment of someone elses imagination, if everything is a figment of ours or if we are a collective imaginative force, (I like the feeling of the latter) but no matter, each day is scribed in its own perfection as it unfolds before us and each of us will find a different meaning and beauty within it.
Take care,
Sherry
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 2/5/2006
Robert,

This poem is alive with inspiration and beauty. Thank you, Master Scribe, you've penned a keeper.

I can't pick out a favorite line, each builds on the next and makes the Muse soar!

((((HUGS)))) and love (and many thanks), Karla.
Reviewed by L. Figgins 2/5/2006
Yes it is! Just came in from a walk-starlit clear sky, crisp and quiet. Beautiful images here, "...seek the sun on the other side of the moon" is a fave. Love your perspective! Brilliant beauty...Lin
Reviewed by Peter Paton 2/5/2006
Its true Robert, his hand moves seamlessly across the scene of life, leaving no trace or path behind !
Spot on !
Peter

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