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children of darkness
by stan n nassano
Monday, July 16, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Children of darkness

They all

Fear the darkness

For they have been visited

By the terror

Their hearts torn out

Forced to live an empty life

Everything becomes an assault

Bombardment

To heightened senses

Seeking stillness

That never seems to fall

No reprieve from the turmoil and

Day by day

Night by night they try to live this life

Of not knowing or remembering

Why

They fear the

Darkness



Snassano 07-16-07
 

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Reviewed by Axilea MU 11/13/2007
Remembering is essential, isn't it. In every case, loss of memory is the worst thing. Sometimes, it can produce a feeling of fake security, but it generally doesn't last. One thing that makes us human is the notion of past, present and future. Recovering our past is an important step against dehumanizing trauma, I believe.

Beautifully written, with soft, smooth rhythm.
You may want to read my poem "Bits and Pieces".

All the best,

Axilea
Reviewed by K. Mulroney 8/15/2007
Darkness was a friend to me as a kid because I could hide better, or so I thought. At least I could get lost in there for awhile. Great piece and I wish you would write more. Need to see more. MORE i TELL YA! Oops, lost myself for a minute. I'm not normally so OUTSPOKEN (That's not emtirely true, but it sounded good.)
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 7/23/2007
It's because of Lack of TRUST!
To believe!
YOu speak of darkness so well STan!
A gem I will treasure! and savor!
Your heart is so good STAN!
STay POsitive!
STay SAFE!
Warm Light, Love and Peace! Warrior PURPLE Lady Sheeeoox
Reviewed by twinklewrites at her desk (Reader) 7/20/2007
Stan, such sadness,very caring and loving write...Peace and Love, Peggy
Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader) 7/18/2007
So very true for those children that have been abuse. A heartfelt write.
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 7/17/2007
Great writing,HUgsssssss
Reviewed by Walt Hardester 7/16/2007
anessa said it best...
what lies between the lines...
what daytime abuse brought on the nightime fears....
Very thought provoking write my Fellow poet..

Walt
Reviewed by Dale Clark 7/16/2007
Powerful and a great poem!
Reviewed by D Johnson 7/16/2007
Extremely interesting read, agreed, very deep.

Peace,
Dan
Reviewed by Southern Comfort 7/16/2007
Can you read my mind and heart? I can so relate to this beautiful and caring write. You are truly a beautiful man with a lovin heart. SC
Reviewed by blue soplain 7/16/2007
this is heavy in its tone and the space between the lines isolates us, puts us even more ....alone, hopeless.. .hauntingly so. ..darkness from without makes way for the darkening of our spirits as well; and from withIN is much more terrifying.. .these children [as we all once were; children] cannot shake the obsidian off of their skins, and what would happen if they COULD remember how the darkness came to be so frightening? either it would assuage their fears of heighten them. ..the hope of this is that they still soldier on; the power of blind faith perhaps? being 'still' is hard, even in the strongest of us; but i hope perseverance will be their triumph in the end; despite this suffocating empty black.. .
.ness.
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 7/16/2007
A powerful write Stan.
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