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Landslide
by Dee C.

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Landslide

Standing here…the ledge of your life
The rocks below sharp and steep
Pines line the path with strife
Cautious steps is what you need

Can feel the shifts and slides
Of life as it changes faces
Watching as the earth and moon collide
Shattering future beliefs in disgrace

Can’t out run our fate
Hold tight to those lies
Nature loves to hate
Your soul it does divide

Left unwarmed by suns light
Stone cold ruins lay in waste
Landslides in dust of white
Snickers of fools debased

Is this the beginning of the end?
Or the end of the beginning?
When did life start?
Who decides how it ends?

You give life to just have it taken away
Cycles running circles around you
Reach out and grab life’s decay
Never look back, wave this world adieu

Leave others in shambles
Picking up memories pieces
Pointing fingers and doing battle
You need not worry, you found release.

Dee ©2002/11/24


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Reviewed by Ian Thorpe
Yeah, nature can make us feel insignificant.
Powerful and dramatic poem.
Reviewed by claude
nice makes one feel and understand that each step we take is lined with wonder or disaster
Reviewed by Katy Walsvik
Blank verse but full up with thoughtful and well-said images.. this has real power! Great write. katy.
Reviewed by na na (Reader)
And life goes on as we fall, and maybe in some way something survives our passing. All we can be sure of is that constant change never slows and everything is different today from what it was yesterday. Bill
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader)
This is exceptional work, Dee.
Reviewed by jude forese
wonderful poem!
Reviewed by Larry K
Like the mountain, we have to battle life constantly. Beautiful write dee.
Reviewed by Amor Sabor
Beautiful work, Dee. Love the imagery in this poem.
Amor
Reviewed by E T Waldron
beautifully written with excellent content...
Reviewed by David Leigh (Reader)
Nature has a way of putting life in perspective. Beautiful. Beautiful picture too. Gteat scale.
Reviewed by Roger Ochs
A winning combination of blank verse and metered rhyme
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