A sudden dream
by Andrew Th. Demenuk
Wednesday, June 19, 2002
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What I forgot, wasn't forgotten.
Comes the trotter from the dim.
Day had fallen under clatter
Of the hooves the sudden dream.
Opens space, wich had been pressed
into eyes and into ears.
What's the date?
The Time is stressed!
What's the year?
The Past is here!
In my fist horse-mane has gripped,
Like the chance, which I keep back.
And my heart, that never weeped,
Cries ahd goes of beaten track.
And the tears, my temple scratching
Like the sparks, goes out. And
I go faster, hardly touching,
Hardly touching noiseless sand.
And the wind blows out sound...
Deaf, invisible and light,
Like one ghost - trough all around -
In the Past I make my flight.
Trough the Time and trough the air,
Did not breaking charmed ring...
Only lock of sweetheart's hair,
'cause the breath, did slightly swing.
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|Reviewed by gaye dale
|Have you ever watched a foreign movie without the subtitles? Just when I'm sure I know whats going on, I'm hit with a sudden insecurity that actually, - I've missed the plot.....but the story lingers and I like it.|
|Reviewed by ineedaho