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  Karmic Coma
by jude forese
Saturday, October 06, 2007
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The less I say
The more you understand

I am in a self-induced coma
In order to protect both our interests

You stand by
Smiling, perplexed,
Responsive only to eye movements
Receptive to my inaudible whispers

I listen to the questions
You keep inside
As you feel the respirations of my breath
Upon your cheek

Longing to speak
My lips move closer to your ear
To murmur "I am nowhere without you"



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Reviewed by Barbara Sue
I enjoyed this poem very much. How true it is also, that anyone who is
willing to listen, can hear what is being said, even though no words
have been spoken. I know I will enjoy reading the rest of your works.
Thanks again for stopping by my site and commenting.
Reviewed by Axilea MU
So many aspects of communication. From reading between the lines to hearing the words unsaid. Your poem shows the multifaceted world of learning how to listen.

I like the concentration of meaning in few, effective lines.

Greetings,

Axilea
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
Cool renderings...

Ron
Reviewed by Gypsy Soul
Hey Jude,
NICE...
Couldn'ta said it beta My Self My Friend.

Love'n'Light
Gypsy.xxx


Blessed Be ! ! !
Reviewed by Kathy Armijo
Two souls/hearts so intertwined - few words are needed to communicate LOVE.

Kathy
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
..."I am nowhere without you"... and everywhere within... yes, I see. And thus there is nowhere where the two are not together. The closeness between these souls and psyches is breathtaking... the almost fevered animation of the one, so alert and all antennae searching, reading, transducing... and the one who is necessarily inert and yet sourcing all the energy, perhaps. I had meant to say on Lace and Lavender that it reminded me somewhat of the Pitt Jolie film, Mr and Mrs Smith, about the marriage of two undercover agents. This has that same tension within the relationship, somehow; potentially dangerous, given the passivity in order to "protect both our interests". Anyways, that's my more dramatic interpretation. Otherwise it is beautiful, amorphous and sinuous romance that, although not in itself a fantasy, has fantasy as part of its intrinsic life-blood somehow. And certainly a case of "where less is more", developping mutual understanding through the building of the intuitive and psychic muscle. Sweet poetry, Jude! Love, Kate xx
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater
The mystic teacher here - Karmic Coma - teaches us how to ascend the spiritual ladder of quietude. This mediates the need for cooperative effort to grow and live with our dualities. Observant of vibrational energy. The alteration in consciousness is necessary for a state of being to be defined. Cathartic hypnotherapy.

Love,
Sage
Reviewed by Ann Scarborough
An extremely lucky woman indeed, Jude.

Annie
Reviewed by Debby & Gordon Rosenberg
nice delivery
Reviewed by Barbara Smith
Jude, this is sensual and alluring to my eye...this reader could not turn away...it's beautiful in many ways and says so much with few words...profound & well written.
Reviewed by Chuck Keller
Very thought-provoking work, Jude. The message has a mystical and sensual quality. I like it.
Reviewed by Susan Sonnen
I've melted, lost in your words.
Reviewed by Dawn Richerson
an intoxicating write that coaxes spirit from slumber and embraces mystery, Jude. murmur some more about this... Dawn
Reviewed by Alexandra* OneLight* Authors & Creations
"Self-induced (karmic) coma"... here's a mind-blowing concept, dear Jude... and one that won't leave me alone for a while. This is positively brilliant!
Love & {{{{{{{hugs}}}}}}}}
Alexandra*
Reviewed by Saberi Roy
the title is mind-blowing, poem is also good and meaningful.
Reviewed by Christine Alwin
My , so gentle, and very responsive to each others heart.
Christine
Reviewed by Art Sun
Very nice, Jude...you have a depth that whether within wisdom, philosophy, romance, love...

SHINES!!!

I applaud you sir...

Art Sun...
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
love this-there is so much truth in your opening lines and all is summed up beautifully at the end
Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader)
Excellent Jude, blessings, Holly
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader)
Breath taking dear man..Hugssss
Reviewed by Sara Coslett
This is so sweet, Jude! What lucky woman. I hope she knows how special you are. I'm sure she does. ~ Sara
Reviewed by Felix Perry
What a marvlous way to say...I love you.

Fee
Reviewed by Georg Mateos
Friend, I hope you don't wake ever from that type of coma.
Georg
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
Your type of coma doesn't sound too bad at all.
Reviewed by George Thompson
Fewer words most times have a greater impact. Very well written.

George
Reviewed by Sandie May Angel-Joyce
There is a lot of soul energies and empathy in this one. Wonderful write, Robert!!!

Sandie May Angel :o)
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Great write, Jude; very well penned! BRAVO!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Suzie Palmer
Beautiful description of how a woman and a man attempt to communicate, through our innate differences..... on our way to striking a
personal balance of the Feminine and Masculine within ourselves.
Great stuff Jude!
:-D
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Jude,

Exceptional poetry, well done!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by E T Waldron
I love the subtle rhyme and the esoteric word play, you manage to make everything you write have a sensual bent to it, wordmaster!;-)great romantic finale...



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