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Woman-Woman
by Susan K. de Vegter
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Woman-Woman

i don't have much to show for love
quiet tracks and tracks of tears
the salty type that never leaves
the sort that stays for years
i've Xeroxed memories...programmed pains
with life's ill-fated turns
i've shook and trembled through dark hells
my hopes were torn and burned
i've tried real hard to disconnect
my mind from this torn heart
i've thrown myself into my work
even split my soul in parts
then tried to cry through dried tears
each drop a hollow echo
the serenade of saddened years
the film in vibrant techno
then life returned a year back
i awoke without the weight
great tonnage shifted from my heart
it made my body shake
reality crept and wakened the bitter side of me
opened up my insight and set my spirit free
i have no clue... just why...just then
i knew the chains were gone
my focus set itself to shine
my tomorrows found a home
this woman who before was shaken
now was full of strength
i moved with stealth on shards of pain
stalking tears I had to wrench
i decided then and there to let these old loves die
just then my wings opened up
i found my strength to fly
i've soared since then and conquered scars
i found this woman-woman
she's the best I've ever been
its love she's sees now coming
i have a heart so beautiful to give and share again
he's out there thinking where is she while I'm here...awaiting "him".

2006 Susan Kathryn de Vegter



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Reviewed by Ronald Hull
Those hands need to quit smoking or they will wrinkle before their time. Cheers to your success.

Ron
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
This one touche me deep...well done Susan!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Felix Perry
This is one of the most wonderful self reflection turning into a fresh outlook on love and life writes that I have ever seen. Perhaps because I like I no doubt know a lot of other readers in our age frame will emphazize with and love. Life unwinds and we follow we have no choice, and with your big heart, passion and desire I think that love is closer then you realize.

Hugs,
Fee
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
"then tried to cry through dried tears / each drop a hollow echo" Impressive. Yes, indeed, Susan, he is out there looking for you. I wrote a poem once about that very thing. It has to do with destiny and destiny will prevail. It took me many realtionships and three marriages before Dottie walked into my life.
Reviewed by F William Broome
Susan - We're listening, and trust that each of us is able to handle our own in such a way. Your words help, and the reading of them is cathartic in our taking it from there. - Bill
Reviewed by George Carroll
I agree with Ronald's comments. To have your heart erase an old hurt and see the brightness of a new day, is a blessing sent from God.
Reviewed by . ignis
In life initially many situations seem to occur unsollicited, then we begin to see the necessity of some of them and toward the end when matters become less unclear than they were before more questions become answered without asking and darkness is increasingly unable to engulf us, since there is always that inextinguishable ray of Light that will one time flood everything that exists.

RAge
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Bravo! This one soars Susan, and you took it all to the stars!
Love it!...Eileen
Reviewed by jude forese
sometimes the cycle of love remains elusive and requires to be rejoined ... when we find someone to share its center, it is complete ...

you're really developing your poetic voice ...

Reviewed by A PAX
Oh the anthem of us all
bravo
just loved this Susan....love it

just over that rainbow..............

keep it up
pax A
Reviewed by ronald genise
Lif is at it's best when you realize just how great you are
Reviewed by Peter Paton
Susan

It's all about Destiny...
And when Destiny comes a calling, we know the wait and suffering have been worthwhile..

Peace & Gratitude
Peter
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