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Alters
by E T Waldron
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I walked by the
outdoor cafe where
we used to meet
for lunch

What beautiful
memories though
sad, I realize I still
love you a bunch

A sudden downpour
chased me inside 
I had a cup of coffee
with my thoughts of you

As I sat there looking out
the window, your face
seemed to be looking
in at me

Just a mirage, but one I
wanted to be real so
badly it brought tears
to my eyes

Wherever you are love
 I'm sorry we couldn't
 make it,you still live in
my heart

Though we're  apart,your
in a foreign country and
your mind in another
dimension

Too many of you to
understand, in too
many places, with
too many faces

Still I love them all
but all of them didn't
love me, only the less
dominant one

Perhaps you'll meet
someone who can match
up with your controlling
 alter and live happily
ever alter...(or after;-)

etw



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Reviewed by John Leko
...finding blue notes...and jazz like quality in these verses...and yet the title finds one...looking back...no longer kneeling before this alter...only now about faces.
excuse my expression...of your moving pen Eileen.
John
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G
SAD and TRUthful and a HEALING taking place for BOTH!
Love this truth Poem Eileen!
Thank you for sharing your deep POSITIVE FORWARD heart and soul!
Write On!
STay Positive!
STay STrong!
Warmest Blessings, TRUE LOVE, BRIGHT LOVE and Inner Peace, Warrior Purple Lady Sheoooxxx
Reviewed by Jon Willey
The embers of first loves dwell long in our hearts. Beautiful poem. Jon Michael Willey
Reviewed by Kathy Armijo
Poignant! I couldn't help but feel your tears, sadness and longing. Me thinks ... he is the one who lost the most.

God bless you. Kathy
Reviewed by Cryssa C
Sad write...but love the humor at the end... :~)
It is hard to let go of those who we loved in so many different dimensions, no matter how much some of their actions hurt us.

Cryssa
Reviewed by Christine Alwin
so true,, one can be of many faces and things,, sometimes you can't be everything one wants you to be,,,Wise words,,,Excellent Poem!!!!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
A beautiful write Eileen!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Carole Mathys
Quite a poignant journey through the emotional highs and lows of what was...and what could be. Excellent piece, Eileen
peace and light, Carole~
Reviewed by Georg Mateos
Like looking out of that panoramic airport window love suddenly with aluminun wings, like a frozen in midair angel which isn't there, just a mirage as you said, just a mirage for our hopeful and longing heart.

Georg
Reviewed by Morning Star
Beautiful write
your words taken me through journey
Of delicate emotions!
Brilliant write!
Peace Love And Hugsss...Morning Star
Reviewed by Douglas Bentley
A roller coaster of love and rejection
Wonders with questions
But still filled with hope and jubilation.
Doug
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
Those mirages can truly haunt, if we let them.
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson
I really like this Eileen because you deal with two very important issues...the longing of someone...and then...letting them go. Excellent.
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader)
Excellent pen once again sweet lady,stay safe and well...Hugssss,much love to you
Reviewed by Sara Coslett
I like to think of people like that as psychic vampires. They just suck the life and energy right out of you. And when they are done, it is as if you are a pillar of salt. Hard and extra vulnerable. Reconstitute yourself woman. Don't let the vampires get you. ~ Sara
Reviewed by JASMIN HORST SEILER
A free independet spirit should never be caged no matter how beautiful the cage and keeper, a wonderful attempt to become a turtle dove, when in reality you where always an eagle. A beautiful repast of past memories. God Bless! Jasmin Horst
Reviewed by Tiana ~ (Reader)
I loved the way you walked us through your tender and beautiful emotions, Eileen and persevered ... Wonderfully written :)
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
I got a kick out of this Eileen,
like the faces of death there are faces of truth & alter ego's can also be a very serious dilemma for those who suffer with MPD, but what I got a kick out of this is that I have experienced this type of person first hand as in your poetic express that is & it isn't funny dealing with someone whom feels they do no wrong & want to control you-but do not apply the same boundaries & rules to them self-they are totally arrogant when you peel away the layers of their facade
I say find a new coffee shop!
I especially Love Love Love the end :)
Embraced ~ Embrassť
Vickie
Reviewed by richard cederberg
A lightly cynical moment of self-analysis with a twist at the end - still though a precious and encompassing revelation. It is always best to look at our lives directly in the eyes instead of through carnival mirrors.
Blessings ...
Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks
I read sadness in this, but with a finale jolt of revived independence! Then I smile...

Micke
Reviewed by George Carroll
The alter ego present and accounted for.
Reviewed by Bernice Lakota
The sadness...ah, so beautifully written for a love we so long for. Beautifully crafted lines ET! I love it.
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
There is both longing and letting go here, Eileen. A healthy "resolution" to make on a relationship that would seemingly always remain uncomfortable while you were in it. We have to be happy in our skin, but unfortunately, for whatever reason, we only find out too late what our (or the other's!) skin is all about. Then the tough decision is to either live with it or to bow out. I know you're not a quitter and, if you did, it would have been because there was no viable alternative that made sense. This is "just poetry", but of course, but your voicing makes it very real. We can all relate, perhaps, to its reasoning. Bless you, Kate xx
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Beautiful writing, Eileen; brava!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
I love the line"Still I loved them all--a sweet sadness in that
Reviewed by D Johnson
Eileen, you have a unique talent in bringing past imagess back to life. Excellent write.

Cheers,
Dan
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Wow, Eileen, wasn't expecting that ending! Fantastic poetry and write; well done!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
Sweet, but sad poem, until the end where you got vicious . . . LOL . . . Surprised me there, Eileen . . . Gotta love it . . .
Reviewed by Bonnie May
Beautiful but he's crazy. He will forever be sorry for his decision. Wonderful write and painful. Love, Bonnie
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