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Barely there...
by Sue Hess
Thursday, February 16, 2006
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barely there...
soft whispered words in the night
rarely heard anymore
barely there...
a touch, gentle, soft
hardly felt
anymore
barely there...
a whiff of perfume
down a long dark hall
gone
so quickly gone
i'm barely there...
a fleeting memory
just a thought
that hardly ever
crosses your mind...



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Reviewed by Janet Bellinger
brings back haunting memories
Reviewed by J M
I can relate to being barely there this is wonderful creativity and expression.
Reviewed by Only A Poet
i doubt it is hardly ever, more like frequently i'm sure. great poem Lady Sue, as delicate as a sigh, as emotional as a tear. enjoyed
Reviewed by Nordette Adams
This is an emotive poem well told, Sue.
Reviewed by jude forese
sad yet effective in touching what we all have experienced ...
Reviewed by E T Waldron
You are so adept at capturing the essence in a few potent words!
Beautifully done Sue!

Photo was of Katrina (I didn't take it;-)...Eileen
Reviewed by Birdie Houston
Deep write which could be felt.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
Bittersweet write!!

love Tinka
Reviewed by Bobbi Duffy
lost love presented in gentle words. This is well done, Sue. Anyone who has ever lost a lover will identify with this wonderful piece.

Bobbi
Reviewed by Felix Perry
Sad and bittersweet when love does not die but more or less fades away and when we finally realize it the ache of what was and what cannot be again is unbearable. I know this feeling of which you speak all too well Sue.

Felix
Reviewed by Steve Patterson
well done. caught the "feeling" very well.
TX
Reviewed by Marguerite Lemoine
This one really hit me Sue - barely there is how I am feeling - The little flower ceases to bloom - Perhaps there will be flowers in Heaven
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
You have been missed. This was so melancholy and sorta sad. Well done piece that appeals to us all, because we all have those fleeting memories.
Reviewed by George Carroll
A splendid take on what may have been but is all but lost in the memory of it.
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