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The Diminished Power of Illusion
by Susan K. de Vegter
Monday, June 19, 2006
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Thank goodness this is a poem from my attic of verse. I almost lost my way back then but life has a way of keeping the rhythms together to best suit us. My heart rejoices at that decision. ~SKdV~



In the diminished power of illusion
As tears lasso a dream
Facets fade as the shade draws
Upon embroidered gloss she screams
In quiet sobs she remorses
What was then, is now... and gone
She holds the smile he gave her
Then pain strikes to her bones
Regret of what had happened
In this crossroad of pure pain
When he came out of nowhere
Then for a time echoed her name
It just wasn't meant to happen
As farrowed dreams paint fault
They bow to her fast sorrow
As her tears turn into salt
This world can be so beautiful
As dawn begins each day
But love can paint a canvas
Turn sunshine into grays
They take another pathway
Never knowing what is gone
To live a life without true love
Then go their way alone.

Susan Kathryn de Vegter
copyright 2006

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Reviewed by Ronald Hull 6/21/2006
No dimnished powers alluded to in this fine piece.

Ron
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 6/20/2006
We have to go and get life. It is what we make and do with it.
Hope you have heapsa sunshine
Reviewed by Suzie Palmer 6/20/2006
Dear Susan,
Great title to a deep heartfelt poem that strikes the heart!
Deeply moving; as we move together and alone .. all one in our aloneness, learning immensely as we go.
Thank you for sharing your loving heart that unites.
Love, Suzie xoxx :-D
Reviewed by Taylor Ryan 6/19/2006
If I didn't know any better Susan, I would have sworn you had taken this right out of my mind....
Taylor
Reviewed by A PAX 6/19/2006
Oh
The ending made me gulp!!!
So sad, and so well written, art comes of pain sometimes, ain't it a bytch!

these lines hit home

As farrowed dreams paint fault
They bow to her fast sorrow
As her tears turn into salt


ahhh agony!!!

but beautiful expression as always..........
paz
Anita

ps
What you wrote on my last poem was so true.............
I am very quiet, but when I write, I can roar lol
or atleast try.

I am on my way to your daughters site,.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 6/19/2006
Hard poem to write because of the turmoil that produced it, but it reads like a forewarning to us all, that love can bend and hurt us, but never break.
Reviewed by F William Broome 6/19/2006
These words show your mastery of taking illusion and its many facets to the heights of beatuy, and to the lows of sorrow.
Well done in every line. - Bill
Reviewed by Crystal Silver Angel (Reader) 6/19/2006
Wowwww.. This was spiritualy illuminated Susan, TRULY... Your writes are deep within the soul level...Be blessed ~~

Dove
Reviewed by Felix Perry 6/19/2006
Seems we were both looking back into our immortal pasts today but yours seems to have had a happier ending. Soon time for another little chat about this old friend.
Hugs,
Fee
Reviewed by George Carroll 6/19/2006
Peter hit the nail on the head and I agree.
Reviewed by Peter Paton 6/19/2006
Susan
Some things are just not meant to be in this beautiful world..
We all have a role and part to play on the stage of life, whether thats minor or major depends on the card stacker !
Peter



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