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By La Belle Rouge

you have fallen, My Son, into a pit
and none of my words, nor prayers
have been strong enough to lift you
none of our tears have been dried
for mine fall now as yours once did
when tricycle wrecks caused them
and a motherís kiss could heal all

oh God, if only I could kiss away
those festering lesions in your soul
exorcize dark demons of destruction
with motherís blessed touch of hand
oh to light a candle in your darkness
pull you close to me in the sunlight

you have fallen, My Son, My Darling
so deep into the crevice of despair
you can no longer hear loving words
nor feel mother love surrounding you
if I could take these spirit wounds
upon my own soul, I would bear them
I canít reach you, return to me soon

8/16/2010 La Belle Rouge

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Reviewed by The Poetess
Such a deeply moving poem. I hope he returns to your love very soon.
Reviewed by Jon Willey
Belle, bursting with that innate need to cure and aid. Lost in the helplessness of inability to reach far and deeply enough. How immensely sad. May peace love and joy welcome you this day my dear friend. Jon Michael
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper
Reminds me of the movie, "The Fallen," where some of the good angels wanted to return to heaven, but the only way they could was through the redeamer, good one my dear, hugs
Reviewed by Don Juan Amante
i hope he finds his way back soon. heart touching.
Reviewed by jude forese
your heart cries so deep in this poem, La Belle ...
Reviewed by Carole Mathys
If only a mother's love could cure all of the woes and heartaches their children carry...a heartfelt write, Belle.

Reviewed by Liana Margiva
EXCELLENT!!!!!!!!!!! VERY TALENTED!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
Oh God La Belle you bring me to tears with this because the pain is so deep and so hard for a mother to stand by feeling helpless. My heart and love go out to you...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by John Flanagan
This tears to the core. I send what I can of strength and healing.

Reviewed by Carolyn Red Bear (The Bear Paw)
I cry, La Belle, for this could have been written for my son! I pray for you and your son, right along with me and mine. Thank you for sharing this... :'(

In Spirit,
Reviewed by TONY NERONE
You my Dear Lady are in my prayers as well as your loved ones.

Reviewed by Christine Alwin
...any mother knows just this..Belle this moves me to tears~
Reviewed by Paul Berube
Pray for the best, my friend and God bless.
Reviewed by Lonnie Hicks
Heart felt.
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
heart rending for me as I habve a beautiful son who seems so very lost-a beautiful write
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather
very heartfelt, -Morgan
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
Truly a heart rending sharing, Belle. The reader cannot help but be deeply moved by this meaningful write. Love, peace, and best wishes to you,

Reviewed by Kate Burnside
Nothing wrings a mother's heart like her babies in pain - and especially the frustration of feeling, fearing there is nothing more we can do to help or heal them, Belle. As your gut-wrenching, final lines state, we would kill or die for our children. We would rise up as the tigress and lie down like the lamb. I greatly believe that what we are helpless physically, emotionally to achieve, God can supply spiritually to fill that breach. If this is a personal write, then I would urge you to wrap your beloved in a warm swaddle of God's spirit, which is irresistible, and let Him carry the load and do the work. Change WILL come, in it's way, in it's time. "Falling" can be deliberate or unprovoked through sickness or whatever; mothers can't possibly be everywhere, terrestrially speaking, but their spirits can - and God's! A moving poem beautifully crafted through the pain of the pen. Bless you and yours, Darlin, always. xx
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone
Belle, this tears at my heart..I know that you have been a wonderful and caring mother..Someetimes our children just get dealt a bunch of catastrophic hands. One day, he will return to you, complete and whole, but it is his duty to do this...No matter what you do or say, until he wants to be helped or healed nothing will matter..He needs to want to get better more than anything else, more than drugs, more than alchohol, more than any addiction. I lived with an alcoholic father and mother, and then a husband..I stopped that cycle almost too late, I went to alanon, and it helped me to understand that it wasn't me it was them. So now I read my book "Language of Letting Go" everyday and it helps to keep me focused on my journey not theirs.

Sorry to go on an on, but you have certainly hit a nerve with this eloquent poem from a mother's heart and soul..You are a beautiful woman and a good mother..Peace my dear friend, find peace.

Peace, love and light,
Amber V
Reviewed by John Coppolella
Deconstruction is thematic in the contemporary world, no less personally than globally. It is a universal illness. The problem permeates our society down to the bone, and only good moral leadership living sound Godly precepts by public and private examples will save the Republic now.
Reviewed by Richard King
A very heartfelt lament, Belle. Best of luck. Hope it all works it's self out for the best. Dick
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