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Just Tell Me That
by Nicole Lasher

Saturday, May 10, 2003

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A plea for closure.

When first the flare of losing you
Soared in my loveblind sky
With patent disbelief I blinked
Then asked you where was I.

Your anger lit the starless night
In which my soul found rest
Awakenned me to barren sands
Black as a ravens' breast.

Where once there stood an obelisk
Inscribed with tails of rain
There was not left a meagre stump
Where letters could be lain.

Just swirling sand and wind until
The light passed overhead
And there in darkness once again
I felt the deepest dread.

The honey now tastes bittersweet
The garlic bland as chalk
And longing drags out longer still
For you don't want to talk.

Just tell me that you hate me so
That I can move along
Pick up my broken instrument
And end this tragic song.

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Reviewed by Jim McClellan 5/15/2003
Nubianne, simply remarkable. "Your anger lit the starless night
In which my soul found rest"-- what else do you have within these pages...

Mac =)
Reviewed by John Bidwell 5/11/2003
What an incredible poem.
Awesome job.
John
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 5/10/2003
Beautiful verses, every line a gem.
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