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by Cela M Shearer

Sunday, September 25, 2011
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Inside this garden darkly creeping,

     My life has drifted down,

Each muted voice is softly weeping,

     no respite have they found.


Would not eternity be gentle?

      Would not death be so kind?

How cold, this stone, I'm not alone,

      each spirit hears the sound...


Of beating, beating, beating, beating,

        the Heart cannot forget,

as footsteps tread this swollen earth,

       abandoned souls can never rest.




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Reviewed by jude forese 10/9/2011
heavy hearted ... well written ...
Reviewed by Felix Perry 9/25/2011
I can feel the heavy weight of depressed longing and loss of hope, hope though that in the end the sun will still appear...
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 9/25/2011
Ah, your title i "Buried," and I'm going to post one tomorrow titled "Funeral." Gotta love it.

This poem is shatteringly fragile and hauntingly hurtful. The reason I say those things is because I have walked the same rode, thought the same thoughts and the future looked dim. But the future is not dim. It is what you make of it. I know you know that. A Poeish tale here . . .

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