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Popular Poetry (Sept 11, 2001)
  1.  A Dedicated Hero



A Day In The World...
by Caryn M. Day-Suarez
Thursday, January 10, 2002

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He lies on the surgery table
Bright lights shine in his face.
He knows this is his last chance.
He may live or he may die today.
A masked nurse stands next to him,
pulling warming blankets up to his neck.
"It's going to be fine." She reassures him reaching under the blanket for his shaking arm.
He smiles weakly at her and says,
"Whatever you do, please don't let go of my hand."

A cop runs from his squad car,
red and blue lights
cut the darkness.
He runs to the thin blonde girl lying
on the street.
Pulling on gloves he talks urgently into the call mike on his shoulder.
Begging to send Rescue - fast.
He bends down to the young girl,
gently pushing blood tinged hair from her face.
"Hey, just lie still. Help is on the way. What's your name?"
She doesn't answer.
Her eyes staring straight ahead.
He feels for a pulse.
"Stay with me now sweetie!" He says
putting one arm under her neck gently
turning her to him.
He holds her blood smeared right hand,
two manicured fingernails broken.
He looks at her worriedly,
His eyes meet her glazing ones.
"Whatever you do, please don't let go of my hand."

A bride and groom stand in a candle lit church.
Music plays softly.
Tears of joy and the scent of flowers in the air.
The happy couple exchange vows and rings nervously.
They kiss each other lovingly.
Two now as one now walk down the aisle
as man and wife.
She turns to him and whispers gently,
"Whatever you do, please don't let go of my hand."

Two good friends at work one beautiful
September morning.
Standing in a smoke filled room.
Lungs burning, covered in ash.
They throw two chairs through a window.
Standing together facing
the beautiful clear blue sky.
Scared and crying Susie reaches out to Sheila as they walk towards the window edge together.
Making a weak but brave smile Sheila says, "Whatever you do, please don't let go of my hand."

On the way to work this morning
I sit in my car listening to the radio.
The sun dawns over the horizon
and it is the start of a brand new day.
I thank God for this vision.
I thank Him for my friends and family,
for everything and all I have.
The last thing I ask God each morning is
"Whatever you do, please don't let go
of my hand"....



Caryn M. Suarez


September 11, 2001 -

Two years later we still cannot forget that day in our life, nor we will ever! We must go on though to cherish each and every day and those that make up each second of it!

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Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 8/26/2003
(((caryn)))

what a powerful, intense write--i will always remember and never forget

(((HUGS))) and love,

karla. :)
Reviewed by Janet 10/6/2002
Still strong, powerful, almost gives me the shits, I mean fits. Love to you, Janet xoxoxoxoxoxoxo PS. Let 'em top that lol (joking)
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 9/10/2002
powerful!!!! you wrote quite an emotional piece here!! it gave me ~CHILLS~!!!!
Reviewed by Damaa -- 3/25/2002
Wow!!!! Such imagery. You told a full story in that one poem. What a talent.
Reviewed by Theresa Koch 2/25/2002
How did I miss this one???I absolutely love this Caryn you have such a way with words that they seep off the paper and into ones heart!
Reviewed by Jerry Robards 1/13/2002
Wonderful, I have been there and it is always hard to watch someone die, because I feel like I let them done somehow. I once held a big burly guy's hand when he fell of a train. He told me "Whatever you do, don't let go of my hand". I rode in the ambulance with him as we traveled to the hospital and then to the emergency room. I run into him now and I'm his best friend in the world. The smallest things to us can be so very important to someone in need. You have done a fantastic job on this one.
Reviewed by Gilles Marchand 1/11/2002
Right on!!! Green eyed cat!!!!!!!!!!
Blue eyed fish...
Reviewed by Gregory Sonn (Reader) 1/11/2002
Wonderful! Beautiful correllations here Caryn.Great idea and fine message. Good stuff my lady! Gregg
Reviewed by Dallas Franklin 1/11/2002
Excellent..just excellent! *S**SS

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Reviewed by Dallas Franklin 1/10/2002
Deep, Goddess sister...

Blesings, Lady Water Dove *~*~*~*
Reviewed by Janet Caldwell 1/10/2002
Excellent my friend, as always! Janet xoxoxoxo
Reviewed by Charles Mann (Reader) 1/10/2002
Caryn
Excellent words and a great read,,,,,,,,,,Charlie
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