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by Axilea MU

Sunday, April 12, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Light on my face?
In the darkness of your life
you came to see me just
-- just for fun
so, here I am.

You were certainly not
expecting reluctant as you are
to see less
to hear more
to listen to a different story…

Torn pages
of a libretto
at the opera
-- your forehead covered
in sweat: surprising twists
and turns… out
to be a whole new thing
a whole new ending

quickly you rush
quivering to take control
over beings and events:
it is after all your compulsion

you rush
but it is in vain
there is smoke
and fake rain
-- for many years
I have been
an entertainer.

Oracles are vain
and miracles undocumented
in this place
where the stage reigns,
far from your pretended truth!

Persuasion at your disposal
opulent décor
eloquent sermon
know this theater
is for real.

Excomunication comes
from those lying livid hands
of yours
desperate, you thought
I would dramatize the dreamt magnificence
of your empty church
baroque but
my stage only enhances
the emotions held in the heart.

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Reviewed by Art Sun 5/31/2009
Axilea your work is always filled with the emotional ties to life and all its frustrations, memories and reflective images that carry one from the beginning to the ending where we see the finality of your thoughts...

exceptional work...

Art Sun...
Reviewed by JANRI GOGESHVILI 4/16/2009
Lyricism and dramatic nature … «Torn pages
of a libretto … » it is beautiful...
Reviewed by Cryssa C 4/15/2009
I sensed little sadness in this, but rather pity almost...and a firm resolve to hold ones ground against orations that once swayed that resoluteness.

Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 4/13/2009
I just finished reading an installment to Gene Williamson's Captain Jack Series, and this is the second time this morning that I have felt as though I were listening and watching something that wasn't meant for my ears and eyes. There is such a sadness to this...but, Axilea, you write it so beautifully!
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 4/13/2009
So deep in thought with very strong convictions that go right to your core being, well said...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by John Flanagan 4/13/2009
Confessional tone and the stresses and repetitions make me feel I am
eavesdropping on something highly personal; cuts to the bone and the chase.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 4/13/2009
I was entertained... for a while... and then was left in the spotlight your indifference.

Reviewed by L. Figgins 4/13/2009
A little too close to home, Axilea. But this is what makes it poetry. Glad I stumbled onto your stage...Lin
Reviewed by Dale Clark 4/13/2009
Powerful and so profound, Axilea, excellent pen!
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 4/13/2009
I can feel the depth of emotions in this poem. I being in the world of Theater, can relate to what you are saying. Very deeply written and executed..
Peace, love, and light,
Amber "V"
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 4/13/2009

Felt like I was intruding - powerfully emotive and poignantly penned. Well done.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :(
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 4/13/2009
Wonderful piece of poetry, Axilea; well penned! Enjoyed~

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :)

Hope you had a good Easter/Resurrection Sunday; we sure did! :)
Reviewed by Felix Perry 4/13/2009
Axilea your work is so bursting with feelings and emotions that are so real reader feels like he/she is eavesdropping in the wings of a sad but badly needed breakup. It is sad but beautifully written.
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