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On Learning I Must Sell Out and Move Away
by +Steven Curtis Lance
Saturday, April 01, 2006
Rated "G" by the Author.
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"An autumn leaf the wind has tossed / To nowhere yet to everywhere"


Transcendental Sonnet #1425 and Final:

On Learning I Must Sell Out and Move Away

 

The sky is falling down at last

Life ends as life begins

The rain comes down to drown my past

And wash away the sins

Of generations lived and died

What we stood and fell for

 

Our good and evil shame and pride

Now fades to leave no more

Than faint stain when the rain has dried

The battle and the war

Now lost to me because the cost

Was more than I could bear

 

An autumn leaf the wind has tossed

To nowhere yet to everywhere

 

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Reviewed by L. Figgins 4/2/2006
The page turns and a new story awaits, Steven! New surroundings, new air, new sense of being. Grief, of course, in the pain of letting go but this could be a symbolic release of the past and shedding of the skin you've outgrown. I wish you joy after sorrow and peace in new horizons...

Love, Lin
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 4/1/2006
These verses reach the depth of the soul, Stevie. Thank you for sharing your gift. Love, peace, and strength to you,

Regis
Reviewed by totally anonymous 4/1/2006
loved the closing verse. This poem leaves a lingering sadness
Reviewed by Chrissy McVay 4/1/2006
This is so sad... I will keep hoping that things will change and you can stay.
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