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A Woman Shining
by Susan K. de Vegter
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Human Tracks Preserved in Rock That Date Back 117,000 Years Ago

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Life is a puzzle from birth. We search most of our lives without success meeting the superficial in most cases, This is all about winning and believing.

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When you look at her and wonder
There are parts you can not see
Like the half of her that's missing
For the whole that's not to be
You see a woman shining
Feet planted in the ground
What you can't see is the sorrow
Or just where it once was found
Her appearance is astounding
For never would you guess
That this soul grieves no longer
And her insides aren't a mess
Nor a jumble...for this horseman
Came and took her soul
Left a gypsy spirit breathless
Took a part and left a whole
For his gift to her...his answer
His love was here and gone
Now the whole of her is seeking
The heart he took and won.
Let him go with freedoms spirit
For he left her with a glow
Took a heart that wasn't beating
Left a seed with which to sow
Many memories in the making
And a promise to return
To the part of her that's missing
For the soul still here that yearns
Today is worth the waiting
The future is a guess
As the soul of one so empty
Is a part of him... at best.
And the love of two good spirits
Beat forever a new whole
And the part that wasn't total
Is a story to be told.

Author ~ Susan Kathryn de Vegter
(c) copyright, 2006 (all rights reserved)



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Reviewed by Axilea MU
This is very narrative: you're telling the reader a story and yet... I feel that a lot is left unsaid.

It's a strange feeling that I have to reflect upon.

I wonder what is implied in this story...

Axilea
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
Like so many of your poems I sense the autobiographical.

Am intrigued by the poetic inspiration in those footsteps.

Ron
Reviewed by Pierre Ortega
I am lost and held at bay
by the meaning that your words convey.

You have such unbelievable talent. Pierre.
Reviewed by Aberjhani
These metaphysical pages from the biography of A WOMAN SHINING demonstrate more than a little wisdom. They surge with the profound power and depths of human souls and human love. An extremely satisfying read.
Aberjhani
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
OMG this is by far one of your very best Susan!!

You Rock girl....wow no one could say it better!!

Love Tinka

Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
Stunning work. Such a great life view too, pleasure to read and see words just glide into one with ease..
I found this very uplifting and uniquely refreshing..
Reviewed by richard cederberg
Belle ... there is always undertones in your writes of something unrequited in your life. I believe, and I am going out on a limb here, it is those things that have eluded you in your own personal life, or those things that have not turned out the way you wanted them to, that have given you the impetus to write as deeply and wonderfully as you do.

Writers need tension to create, I believe. Something that gnaws at them as being unjust or wrong, or needful of something one doesn't have, or wanting to be able to change something for the better. I hope this makes sense.

Your writes always touch me in the heart first ... this is a talent.

Your friend ...
Richard Lloyd Cederberg
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
I believe the pics are from 'round here in Glen Rose, Texas, just down the road a piece. :) What an amazing pen you possess, Susan; this has got to be your best yet. You continue to soar with each write, higher and higher! Well done! DEFINATELY a keeper.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader)
This is one of your many bests. I simply loved it. It has rhthymn and it is about love that conquers all. Victor
Reviewed by Peter Paton
Susan

You adopt a pragmatic and realistic approach to the enigma of love
Probably the best attitude..

Peter
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
And what a story you've penned, Susan. And what a graphic!
Reviewed by Felix Perry
Well said Susan, you did a great job on this one and as always captured the soul of your subject.
Fee
Reviewed by F William Broome
Well done. This is up there with your usual high standards. A pleasure to read, and even better reward to contemplate... along with you. A Goodun' - Bill
Reviewed by Nordette Adams
Well done.
Reviewed by Rafiriio Daniels
enjoyed this, very nice!
Reviewed by Carolyn Red Bear (The Bear Paw)
You have a talent for rhythm, and keeping the pace in this wonderful piece. That last few lines sums up the whole of it.... Thank you for sharing this....

In Spirit,
Bear
Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green
This is great,Susan. How beautifully you handle rhyme! Rhythm
r o c k s !! 'Pea' <3
Reviewed by jude forese
your poetic talent certainly shines in this poem ... love is a puzzle whose pieces slowly form a whole ...
Reviewed by George Carroll
Poetry at its best, smooth and rhythmic, love taken to another degree, and plateau.
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