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The Night Loved Died
by Susan K. de Vegter

Monday, March 24, 2003

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When our emotions and passions are stirred in a negative way and one is close to nature then nature also shoulders the tears. It is in Mother Nature that some find solace and a great shoulder to lean on when this happens. I think I speak for millions of people here.

*SKR



The Night Love Died

The illumination of the southern star is east of New Orleans tonight.
It pales the states' vast heavens and lights the path to sadness. The spark of shine from the east is no longer radiant as holes from a fleeing comet did burst the fused trapped light into tiny novas of pain. The sparks of fire rained down upon the arid plains and wet marshes then continued to glow as embers in a dying heart.
The silent moans were vibrations to the smallest creatures and in their spirit a sadness did creep and all mourned the dying sparks of an infant love. The cloak of a midnight blanket caressed the fragile light and the kiss of darkness smothered the flames and in justice love reposed.

2003 Susan K. Rowse


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Reviewed by Marilyn Seray 3/24/2003
this is so beautiful
Reviewed by Jack Roberts 3/24/2003
I like this Susan, Beautiful write!
Jack
Reviewed by Cherokee Sage (Reader) 3/24/2003
A profound observation you have here. I hope the sadness lifts for you soon.
Peace,
Cherokee
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 3/24/2003
Oh yes, this was just beautiful and so moving,

Reindeer
Reviewed by J John (Reader) 3/24/2003
Enjoyed :) J & J
Reviewed by Erica DeLano (Reader) 3/24/2003
Susan...
You have captured southern nature.. I am one to to run to nature when I am sad. This was lovely
Reviewed by Cathy Montgomery (Reader) 3/24/2003
Beautiful...
Reviewed by Tony Nerone 3/24/2003
Dear Susan, I know, you have heard this before. I love your writing.


ty
tony
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 3/24/2003
Nicely done, Susan. Something about being in the South that stirs the emotions.
~E
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