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Awakening Old Dreams
by Susan K. de Vegter
Monday, January 07, 2008
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Here it's a misty morning where Dixie shines through grays
Its like a spring time blossom, not like a Winter's day
The sun is on the other side just like a bright new smile
Except for cloaks of milky foam it'd be a day so fine
Now and then a sparkle , a string all golden bred
Shoots through like jeweled silk strung out on liquid thread
It rains a mist of silver and when a palm extends
It dresses down the fingers and to the heart extends
Funny how a day becomes much more for a thought
When beads of fluid love is palmed , caressed, absorbed and caught
Weekend days in Dixie , all warm and not forgotten
Another memory stays with me... steeped in gentle cotton
Dressed in kind with softness close against the flesh
Emotionally enamored by days that seem to mesh
The likeness of yesterday, the dejavu of bliss
I love the dreary days like this and all the times I missed
Wallowing indoors, rummaging through old things
Opening the rusted tears and awakening old dreams.

Author ~ Susan Kathryn de Vegter

(c) copyright, 2003 (all rights reserved) edited 2008

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Reviewed by John Leko 1/9/2008
...tapping these wonderful painted dreams on the shoulder...making them new again...
Reviewed by Felix Perry 1/8/2008
Reflections that paint glorious colors of the south and the sweet life you know and love. Well done Susan.

Reviewed by Randall Barfield 1/8/2008
i like a memory 'steeped in gentle cotton'. good job. cheers
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 1/8/2008
Beautifully written Susan!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Walt Hardester 1/8/2008
What a beautiful graphic!! The sun shines in Dixie today, making the dewdrops turn to pearls, like this poem.

Reviewed by Ted Bossis 1/8/2008
Emotionally(.~.)enamored_softly dressed in kind*ness_Wallowing wonder at the core_eevvooll_Ted
Reviewed by Pierre Ortega 1/7/2008
I love the way this makes me feel, as I am doing just that at the moment. "Wallowing indoors, rummaging through old things"

Love, Pierre
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 1/7/2008
Susan, your imagery is impeccable, as is your verse. S U B L I M E.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 1/7/2008
Susan your imagery is just so splendid! I love when you write like this!a keeper!Thank you!

Reviewed by Axilea MU 1/7/2008
"When beads of fluid love is palmed , caressed, absorbed and caught"
Such a beautiful line, sensuous and rich, just like the rest of your poem.

The feeling of wonderful lightness, the description of lovely textures
give this poem a realistic touch in a dreamlike atmosphere.

Reviewed by George Carroll 1/7/2008
A what s Southern gal you are exciting us guys with your passionate like thoughts.
Reviewed by stan nassano 1/7/2008
This has a musicial flow to it,very nice.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 1/7/2008
Ah, memories undress our thoughts into the mindset of yesterday's voices and faces and bodies of the past . . . You did this well . . .
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 1/7/2008
the quiet feel to this is peaceful and calming
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