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Disappearance into Western Horizon
by Dale Clark

Sunday, March 02, 2003

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Disappearance into Western Horizon

her shadow just disappears
like the sun into the west
casting long silhouette
his shadow just disappears
rising in eastern skies

touching fingertips
the orbit has no mercy

the longing for joining
two souls fly over mountains
over the stars and heavens
for the shadows rising & falling
lost now in the suns brilliance
crying out over mountain tips
across the oceans depths
the river of sky now overflows
with tears

flowing into the sea
just disappears

the moon in the west
follows its jagged path
sculpted in its heavenly
pathway of aloneness
wishing just once to
touch the sun

the stars setting in blinking
awareness of shadows
touching finger tips
blinking teary eyes

flooded by desire
they just disappear

Copyright CJ Clark

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Reviewed by jude forese 3/5/2003
top notch imagery and metaphor...
Reviewed by A PAX 3/3/2003
the longing for joining
two souls fly over mountains
over the stars and heavens
for the shadows rising & falling
lost now in the suns brilliance
crying out over mountain tips
across the oceans depths
the river of sky now overflows
with tears

Oh man!!! You said it with such style!!!
I love this!!!!!
Reviewed by Aamie Burnley 3/2/2003
... i have tried to write on this theme, not easy, except you make it appear so; nice feel to this poem, even with its dark quality, very nice.
Reviewed by Aamie Burnley 3/2/2003
lovely, sorrowful metaphors...beautiful
Reviewed by Mari Laureano (Reader) 3/2/2003
awesome metaphor for the passion of unrequieted love...lovely images..**Mari**
Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/2/2003
Excellent imagery and duality of nature(a favorite theme of mine;-)Beautiful writing
Reviewed by Birdie Houston 3/2/2003
Now thats a pretty poem and picture of the moon and horizon

The moon in the west
Follows its jagged path
Sculpted in its heavenly
Pathway of aloneness
Wishing just once to
Touch the sun
Reviewed by Erin Kelly-Moen 3/2/2003
Wow, Dale, love the "opposites" metaphors in this piece, sad and shrilling like a siren of sorrow...Cool!! :)
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 3/2/2003
Very good imageries! I liked this, C.J.!

Sandie Angel :o)
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