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How can it End
by Vivian L Dawson
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Picture perfection a valley rich
between snow capped iconic
mountains fit for the king and
his queen with sun drenched
orange groves for their aromatic
senses to frolic and play

Years passed for a precious
princess to be born
completing their magic circle

Love so often going awry for no
fairy ending here as evil reared
breaking their spirits in a fiercely
swirling funnel cloud expelling heart
sorrow into utterly bitter ominous
wills to fend for themselves

Abandonment with raw emotions
kept the queen and princess torn
apart in the ensuing years with
regrets in raging blame for a king
no longer deserving of his throne
but no where to be found to answer
for his crimes of passion

In time appropriate green grew a
new haven for the Mother and
Daughter union of never ending
love re conciliations splendored by
each wind blowing of a mighty oaks strength for the next yellow and
orange transition of filtering rays
will surely follow their days end
to begin again and again

(c) How can it End
Vivian L Dawson



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Reviewed by Ronald Hull 4/14/2012
Many seem to have this need to start their lives over again.

Reviewed by Rory Dall (Reader) 4/14/2012
This has the air of all those stories we read as kids but with a modern twist. No wicked witch this time, just a king with a wandering eye. Of course it ends well and we all like a happy ending, don't we.
Reviewed by RWE SAYS BYE 4/13/2012
...a vista's visage...more than mere mirage...a virtual haven of haloed heaven...haunted only by the vestige of one whose pale virtues daunt and disappoint... but your poem does not... rare and radiant imagery fringes these finessed lines and puts more than a varnish of value to the sentiments... giving them a sentience all their own... a life sentience that can never end... rare and radiant...
Reviewed by Janna Hill 4/12/2012
I find myself damning the king and asking why, why of the princess and queen. I shall find contentment with the hopeful ending.
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 4/12/2012
Seeds left to bring life should never be a crime...I was engulfed in this passionate story...wanting can't end!
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 4/12/2012
The Queen's gain is the King's loss begun years ago. In the end, his aromatic grove has produced him nothing but bitter fruit. Patrick
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 4/12/2012
The Circle of Life, begins again and again.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 4/12/2012
I'm with Jude. A never-ending circle. You poetry has enough visuals in them for forty poems to be made from them. Excellent.
Reviewed by jude forese 4/11/2012
strangely enough, your poem ended as it began ... picture perfect ....
Reviewed by John Flanagan 4/11/2012
i like this allegory, Vivian, colourful
and dynamic and with bite

Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 4/11/2012
Rich in visuals of emotions and strength to begin again and again.
Beautifully penned Lady Vivian. ~ Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Laura Fall 4/11/2012
A fascinating poem well done indeed Laura
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