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crossroad... paths within
by Micha Julian

Wednesday, December 04, 2002

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inspired by others & thoughts of how somehow we are each unique, yet... ?

this running, slowly,
along the paths, chosen?
and knowing others are here...

i slow down to rest, sighing
knowing i am alone, yet...
only within.

for as i sitat this moment
the silence beats as otherstravel,
alone, as well. only within.

silence, tears, laughter, drumming, draggingfeet -- wanderers all about!these paths, oh aspurgatory
must be,

dancers all round, all a bit lost, as if in a make-shiftballetfull of steps gone awry

paths cross and there is a stillness
andabreath,andan echo of a heartbeat
from afar,felt.

and i silently wonder at how suddenly that echo
has become no echo at all, as
my heart beats out
the rhythm of another's journey...

and another's



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Reviewed by Rodney Bohen 5/22/2003
I wink and bow in greeting my dear butterfly. Micha, how I enjoy reading what ONLY you can do and create in signature style! May I say, I feel you a very talented girl! Your pen reflecting your mind and heart, both basking in wonder and radiant brilliance. Good to have you back, I see your writing NOT standing still, but moving forward, this is a good thing yes, I miss you always, thus creating celebration upon your return,Fly free butterfly....
Your friend of heart,
Rodney Evan Bohen
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 4/12/2003
That is going to be another "croossroad... paths within" your journeys, always, Master Poet, becauase creator is your name, "Poet"! "And...?" - Your art will be admired one billion generations from now as as it is today!

Never rest Your pen; don't let Your Quills dry.

I Salute the Author of "crossroad... paths within".

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 4/11/2003
This was quite lovely and so perfect!

Reviewed by richard poor 12/21/2002
i like this...i can relate.
Reviewed by jude forese 12/6/2002
refreshing poem!
Reviewed by Patrick Cassidy (Reader) 12/5/2002
Interesting. I have also felt that way after reading a particular author, though I don't ever think that I've ever put it so succintly.
Reviewed by Patrick Cassidy (Reader) 12/5/2002
Excellent Micha...this is one to absorb
Reviewed by Erin Kelly-Moen 12/5/2002
Wow, Mich!! How haunting and lonely/crowded...

this running, slowly,
along the paths, chosen?
and knowing others are here...

Exquisite passage, I love this piece, feels like home.

Reviewed by Maria Lupinacci 12/5/2002
This is great! I agree with everyone, very deep write!

Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 12/5/2002
Holds some profound questions. Good write, Micha.
Reviewed by Bill Murray 12/5/2002
Micha you seem to have lost direction and only follow what passes by. First one then two and then three, while you are numb inside. Bill Murray
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