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Tear Free Mornings
by Sue Hess

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I woke this morning with tears on my cheeks
Asleep Iím not sure what dreams visit
Or for what sadness these tears are shed
I only know that somewhere in sleep
Pain touched my heart and I shed tears
And waking I feel cleansed and fresh
So Iíll not worry from whence these tears came
I will accept them as I accept the spring rain
Washing the horizon clean and leaving
A touch of freshness to my life
Maybe sad nights are just washday Mondays
And in morning we can hang those sorrows
Out in the sunshine to dry and start new
With tear free mornings

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Reviewed by Tien Avielle (Reader) 2/9/2003
This was a lovely sentiment, well expressed!
Reviewed by Floria Kelderhouse (Reader) 2/9/2003
This is awesome Sue... a dream not remembered that left tears perhaps? Floria
Reviewed by Morchuis 2/9/2003
Hi hessy you miserable old granny, I did a poem for you, or is that what made you cry.
Big smile.-----Morchuis
Reviewed by Lori Moore 2/9/2003
Nice write. Tear free mornings... what a wonderful thought.
Reviewed by jude forese 2/9/2003
very creative...
Reviewed by OisŪn Breen 2/8/2003
good work
Reviewed by the phantom pheonix (Reader) 2/8/2003
how sweet taht is such an uplifitng way to lok at the world i am in awe at how much brighter the world seems throughyour eyes you are a beautiful poet now if only i could spell better great job on this poem !!!!!
Reviewed by April Pittman 2/8/2003
Quaint but very sweet. The flow changed a little awkwardly but thats just my opinion. On the whole I thought it was pretty good. Keep it up.

Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader) 2/8/2003
Sue, u should write more.
Reviewed by Nancy D. 2/8/2003
Very emotional Sue, feels good to let things out.
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 2/8/2003
Very deep and emotional write..perfect.
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 2/8/2003
Good write Sue! Never let a bad dream gets you down, always look forward to a great day ahead.

Sandie Angel :o) / May Lu $*_*$

Reviewed by na na (Reader) 2/8/2003
Sue, your cleansing tears washed away your fears and you awoke refreshed and feeling like today is worth living. Sometimes hon our dreams help us solve problems we aern't even aware exist. And this is good, for our burden in life can get too heavy to bear, and without this release who knows what would happen? I am happy for you and happy you write and bring me your thoughts and ideas; so that I can know you a little better each time. Your goofy friend always.
Bill xxo hugs

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