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Revoiced
by Axilea MU
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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In silence we walk --

between leaves a lemon sun

cypresses and lean hyssops

tender green hills --

there is no need for words

where the wind whispers freely

 

we sit --

your smile speaks of reunion

I am forgetful, forgiving, forgiven

I’m all leaves of grass and thymus

the crumbly rock, I am, the nectar

the timeless mantra, the soothing stone

 

our joined hands speak of silence

of its liquid presence, of its ethereal greeting

as again, we walk

to those ancient buildings

made of ageless French stone

 

past resilience, well beyond the simple promise

after compline, when the sky pours its darkness

willingly, we’ll tear this quiet blanket

only when time’s voice is ripe

and silence’s work is done.

 

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Reviewed by Barbara Henry 8/26/2012
Beautiful imagery,and words that tug at the soul-
Barbara J Henry
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 8/21/2012
Absolutely stunning. Wonderful emotion and ambiance.
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 8/21/2012
Oh my, you absorbed me in this one, peacful beauty that awakens the soul..truly exquisite!
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 8/20/2012
Just LOVE this poem, Axilea and especially all the ideas and images in that final stanza. "we'll tear this quiet blanket" in relation to silence is totally divine! Wish I wrote it! :)) xx
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 8/19/2012
Axilea, I have always loved your romantic style and this is an excellent piece with so many visuals that I can enjoin and engage in.
Amor
Reviewed by Odin Roark 8/17/2012
As many poets avoid personification, it is indeed a pleasure to read a piece where the narrative focus, through the clever personification, leaves open a rather intriguing enigma. Certainly not as simple as "emotion" and indubitably beyond "intellectual exercise." Perhaps it is arguably the essence of living you proffer here? (Being one who embraced the abstract and relishes the oblique, and editing and proofing books for a living, I couldn't let my comments slip into the mundane and pedestrian as some comments might suggest of this work.) More than just words arresting response... which is poetry's only desire.
Reviewed by jude forese 8/17/2012
love is pure emotion that speaks from within itself ... the imagery and ambiance of your poem is totally captivating, capturing a wonderful moment ...
Reviewed by Alan Abrams 8/16/2012
had to share this one with my wife...
Reviewed by Carolyn Red Bear (The Bear Paw) 8/15/2012
Hi Axilea!

You have penned an outstanding "definition" of Revoiced, one that has the reader melting the more he/she reads. Thank you for sharing this. Excellent!

In Spirit,
Bear

Reviewed by Ronald Hull 8/15/2012
Enchanting words you write. I so wish that I could do the same.

Ron
Reviewed by D. Vegas 8/15/2012
This by far is 'your' best work yet Axilea,just beautifully worded w/words that are thought provoking and touch on memories of where no words needed to be spoken.

Deborah
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 8/15/2012
Axilea ~
Where the wind whispers freely and silence captures the heart.
Unique and beautiful walk in poetry.

Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by stan nassano 8/15/2012
wow, this resonates from the soul , great work
Reviewed by John Flanagan 8/15/2012
i don't know why exactly but the Loire Valley
comes to mind - must be the mention of 'ageless French stone';
i'm probably way wide of the mark;
seems to me, Axilea, here's experience born in holiday
with the air of relaxation and superior communication
and the atmosphere of honeymoon, second honeymoon?
i'm rambling, forgive me, but i do love the atmosphere
generated by your words

john
Reviewed by Asa Seeley 8/15/2012
there is a time for everything...a time to speak and a time to be silent. both 'times' are very valuable. thanks for share

asa
Reviewed by Charlie 8/14/2012
I think so many times we get hemmed in by technology, media, noise-- how can we hear/feel/be inspiration? In the silence, we can hear what we otherwise cannot. Ears wide open-- inner eyes wide open-- no distractions, now buzzing, busy, schedule-ridden bodies and busses-- just you and the cosmos. And did you ever feel such love between people as when you were silently together, dreaming of eternal things? --Charlie
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 8/14/2012
Such lovely poetry, Axilea, simply stunning verse after verse.

Peace, love and light,
Amber
Reviewed by Douglas Bentley 8/14/2012
Your words speak volumes.
Your voice - unstoppable
I love the second stanza.
Superb!!
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 8/14/2012
a beautiful connection.
Reviewed by Jon Willey 8/14/2012
nuptial vowels voiced" or the promises of commitment and conduct "revoiced" or renegotiated as in the challenges from,'Survanta' - either way the implications hold the same values and wend from forced abstinence to the unintentional - all on the verge of reconciliation or, perhaps ceding to make amends on the wings of a lark - rich description of the venue, and events Axilea - enjoyable reading - I wish you love and peace my dear friend - Jon Michael
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 8/14/2012
wonderful write Axilea
budd
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 8/14/2012
WoW! This poem is all simplicity and love and nature and love and forgiving and being forgiven and love "willingly, we’ll tear this quiet blanket."

I was so taken with this poem, my friend.



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