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  A Voice in Passion, Resting
by jude forese
Sunday, June 04, 2006
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Go ahead, feel me

Feel me through the cool night sky
And turn me
Across the pages in your eyes

Listen to tales of betrayal
And poems of love

Heed the songs of life
And the lore of death’s embrace

Go ahead, take a breath
Decipher the hieroglyphics
Of our unfolding story

Focused around the light
Of all dark and mysterious

Visualize the spectrum of words
Living through the motion
Of a voice in passion

Go ahead, touch me if you dare
Unraveling dreams in twilight

Allow me to stroke your mind
Where my voice may find a place to rest

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Reviewed by Tiana ~ 12/13/2009
It gave me goose bumps! lol Always a pleasure to read your beautiful poetry, Jude :)) Happy Holidays sweets ... hugs
Reviewed by Ted Bossis 7/24/2007
You have water & sponges not afraid to meet -{wonderful}well meant -Ted
Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa 6/24/2006

Reviewed by Dawn Richerson 6/12/2006
Glad I clicked on this one, Jude. It's just so captivating, for the obvious ways ;) and for all the subtle layers and multiple meanings. Gettin' ready for dreamland tonight and can think of no better poem to have on my brain than "Voice of Passion, Resting." Will be back to listen to more in the new day. May your voice find its place to rest this and every night, Dawn
Reviewed by Karen Cino 6/9/2006
This is definitely hot. You have peened a great poem here. A Voice in Passion...never rests. Thanks so much for sharing such an awesome write.

Reviewed by ROCK-Salt! Proctor 6/8/2006
A poet's dare. a heart to share, to understand, to be aware, of subtle change in rhythum and rhyme, that makes a write transcend, time. Great write. Art
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 6/7/2006
Commanding and yet ultimately vulnerable and laying oneself open to the interpretation and formulation of others... Only a love-bond does this - subjugates self to the moulding of a beloved - whether parent/child, lover-to-lover or, in a strategist setting, among team members. Shows great trust... and great security: seeing the Self within the framework of part of the "greater good". On a personal level, this reads like a lovers' knot of entwined fingers, where it is almost impossible to see whose are who, where one ends and the other begins, such is the duplicity of "feeling" and "touching". I just LOVE the ambiguity of "feel me", whether it is given or received. The development of personal relationships is indeed like a glorious unfolding or unravelling. The desire for deeper closeness and intimacy that speaks of the rest of "finding home" is heartbreaking in your words... at least, perhaps, to those of us of a restless, searching disposition. Fantastic confidence in this Voice. And like that it is "in Passion" as opposed to "Empassioned"... a subtle difference. As I've said many times before, nakedness becomes you... in the intellectual/emotional sense, but of course! :)) LOL Kate xx
Reviewed by Sara Coslett 6/6/2006
All I can think to say is brilliant. You are trying to make all us girls swoon aren't you. ~ Sara
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 6/6/2006
You have a woo with words.

Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson 6/6/2006
Oh yeah! I really like the evocative, "if you dare" quality of this beautiful poem, and its wonderfully melodic phrases! Great job!
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 6/5/2006
I dare many things, and this is such a delightful tease;-)
Reviewed by Lori Moore 6/5/2006
Very nice!
Reviewed by Theresa Koch 6/5/2006
Fabulous writing brings one to the moment
Reviewed by Nordette Adams 6/5/2006
Why, Shaman, I thought you'd never ask. ;-) Enjoyed it immensely. ~~Nordette
Reviewed by Pier Tyler 6/5/2006
Assured passion foretold with depth. Thanks for sharing this compelling write.
Reviewed by richard cederberg 6/5/2006
Great symbolic imagery here Jude.

And also the, less than subtle, invitation to delve deeper and understand what is not readily understandable is provocative.

"Deciphering the hieroglyphics of our unfolding story" certainly describes well the complicated rivulets of thought and feelings that can, and do, define relationship and interaction.

Well done
Reviewed by Rhonda Galizia 6/5/2006
...powerfully alluring, intense and challenging, Jude. You surely do have a unique gift. Blessings to you ~ rhonda
Reviewed by Crystal Silver Angel (Reader) 6/5/2006
Goregous, Jude.That muse of your always shines!!!

Peace & Love, Dove
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 6/5/2006
I love the imagery you use, JudeAce; beautiful, captivating verse. Well done!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.

I could get lost in your words, joyfully. And do--this is one of your best. Saving this one. Thanks. :)
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 6/5/2006
This one hit a soft spot bigtime...great offering Jude!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Peter Paton 6/5/2006
Has a quiet and visceral feel to it Ace..
You perpetuate romance and passion in the subtle thought waves exchanged between the parties affected....
You are unique in your field...
Reviewed by Janet Parker 6/5/2006
I really like what Sherry said. I've had that happen more with women than men. This is brilliant, Jude. You combine intellect and intercourse like no one else can.
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 6/5/2006
This poem reminds me of that quick glance that we have with someone we have never met before, or at least have no recollection of meeting; but the burn from connecting with their eyes leaves the soul feeling naked and their presence in every molecule of our being. The connection-we know that they felt it from us a plug to a socket, the electricity is undeniable and for that brief moment, we know that all of our secrets are revealed. Strangely, we usually walk away but it takes some time for the captivation to wear off. Excellent writing, Jude.
Take care,
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 6/5/2006
Feely, touchy, seeing, hearing, all good things to do in context of a poem, plus other things, of course.
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 6/5/2006
Touch me....makes this so personal and with the heart speaking through the poet it gives me chill bumps from need.
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 6/5/2006
AS ALWAYS nicely done
Reviewed by Felix Perry 6/5/2006
These lines encompass the true meaning of reaching out. We do not reach out at first with the hands but with the mind and as a bond forms between minds it may progress to soul, to heart and yes then to bodily needs and desires. Well thought out and presented my friend.

Reviewed by George Carroll 6/5/2006
You turn passion into the delight of the mind and then some.
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 6/4/2006
I feel I have just found this on a glyph in Lascaux. A Voice in Passion, Resting, a feat impossible without scaffolding and ladders to produce this complex cave poetry difficult to view from just standing on the cave Den floor, especially by the pale light of the lead poet's tallow lamp. The yellow, red, and black ochre outlined in manganese oxide pigment gives us the scholar Jude of the time associated with this passage perhaps at the site Lascaux in the Hall of Bulls and Chamber of Felines.

Reviewed by Nicoletta Poulakida (Reader) 6/4/2006
well I agree with Eileen ;)
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot 6/4/2006
oui, oui!

Or as we say here in OZ, " Who loves yah babe"


Reviewed by L. Figgins 6/4/2006
We do make love to each other don't we? Passion, indeed! Touching each other even in silence. Our voices find a place to rest as soon as we post our visions. Love the intensity. You are totally unique...

Reviewed by E T Waldron 6/4/2006
Okay, go ahead stroke my mind and rest your voice, and then what sweet talker!;-)All joking aside, this is a captivating, enticing poem that will have your harem sighing with delight!;-)


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