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A Thousand Glimpses
by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart

Saturday, March 20, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.
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A Thousand Glimpses
By La Belle Rouge


the pen is her therapist, confessor, friend
thousands of poems burden the pages
but the pain is never written away
made sufferable....at times
by private revelations
but never erased
no, never erased
the poignant knowledge
that her sands are running out
and though hundreds in time read
a thousand minute glimpses of a soul
not one of them really knows the poet at all


3/20/2019




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Reviewed by Faye Beaulieu 4/14/2010
Yes, wonderful write!
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 3/22/2010
Most poets choose it that way, I wear my heart on my sleeve for all to read..Beautiful poetry as is this photo you chose...
Peace, love and light,
Amber "V"
Reviewed by Elizabeth Price 3/21/2010
Oh Belle, such wise sad words. You have the soul of a poet. And being one of those who reads the words that cover thousands of pages of agony and pain, I appreciate you and your writing. So like all of us with the sands running out a bit faster than we would like keep filling those pages and I'll keep reading them. Enjoying them. Crying with them. Laughing with them. But one thing I know when I start to read your thousands of pages of words that I will be moved. Hugs and Love, Liz
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 3/21/2010
This one really touched me Belle, I have felt these feeling before...
beautifully written and the photo is perfect!

Carole~
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 3/21/2010
A poet is a complex individual who absorbs all emotions and spin them out with words, weaved into different colors, shapes, styles, and designs.

A well written piece indeed!!

Sandie Angel :o)

Reviewed by Georg Mateos 3/21/2010
That which is written can be erased, that which is said can be forgotten, but that which was felt, no clock can limit...

Georg

Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 3/20/2010
this is poignant and has great depth which i love, i relate as a fellow writer, what we do is weave our memoirs with our poetry
Reviewed by John Flanagan 3/20/2010
...the hour-glass shape, the hour-glass poem, the time thoughts of LaBelle and the processes and tribulations of the creative spirit.

John
Reviewed by Felix Perry 3/20/2010
there is a key, a magic key, a most wonderful key, alas a rare and often unattainable key...that key is the soul mate love that we find only on rare occasions who can open a poet's heart by reading their work...
fee
Reviewed by John Bidwell 3/20/2010
Wow.
You always touch hearts, but this time you found a short cut.
You bowled a strike. There must be at least 10 of us sprawled out on the floor.
Bravo.

John
Reviewed by jude forese 3/20/2010
the premise of this poem is powerful as well as its revelations ...
Reviewed by D. Vaineo 3/20/2010
I think I know something of you---have a stronger capacity of caring then most, you feel with your soul and when you love, it comes from
your heart. . .that is why you're a writer !!
Reviewed by TONY NERONE 3/20/2010
I wish I knew you better, LaBelle. These final days of mine are helped by just reading and being with YOU. YOU are deeply cared for.


GOD BLESS YOU ALWAYS
Tony
Reviewed by Diana Wiles 3/20/2010
As each poem emerges, perhaps we glimpse a little more of the 'real' poet...We choose how much we wish to reveal of our inner selves, but even then, everyones interpretation is different..We remain, well hidden behind our words..

Hugs, Diana..
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 3/20/2010
Excellent display of written work combined with photo, and music; all placing together pieces of a puzzle that leaves a reader to wanting to know the real you :-) Glad I took a moment out to visit my friends here at AD today.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 3/20/2010
Ah, therein lies the mystery of poets universal. What makes them write sonnets, etc., about a myriad of subjects and emotions? Why, instead of building a great bridge poets are content to sit back and write about the glistening half-naked bodies as they strap steel against steel and a bridge they do build. The parts of a poets heart is in each and every poem they write. And you are correct, "the pen is her therapist, confessor, friend," but instead of absolving all the pain and anguish within the poet's heart it only dulls it and makes it livable. Still, that is good.
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 3/20/2010
How very true Belle, great photo~
Reviewed by Paul Berube 3/20/2010
This is very well done but very deep, Belle. I pray everything is OK.
God bless.



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