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Stepping out of painfully shy.... briefly once.
by Kay P M- Devenish
Sunday, June 15, 2003
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This poem was rejected by a Christian poetry site,they misunderstood its meaning.

 

  I crossed the line

lured by your shine

(which blinds me even now,)

I went to somewhere 'outta' bounds

to touch a rainbows bough,

I skipped on lanes to higher plains

I trailed you to get high

tagged upon your shooting star

to feel my spirit... f l y!

Ecstasy and feeling free

were on the other side...

and nobody knows what I mean,

but,'thank you, for the ride.'

The line I crossed

is ever lost

because I tripped and fell

I sped through space

I lost all grace

as secrets spilled their well.

Still,ever will I feel the thrill

of flying close by YOU

and I WOULD jump that line again

to tell you this...is true .

I've lost the line too many times

 to ever get back where

 I held my heart a prisoner

in a cell no one would share,

and even though its hiding now...

(just like it use to be,)

I find contentment knowing that

for one day.... it was free.

I'll not be sorry,no,I won't,

although it brought a loss,

truth at times crosses lines

perhaps best NOT to cross,

 blossoms fell from off my tree

 to make the point I made

but 'sorry' I will NEVER be,

that ONCE,I felt so brave.

No ,I will not be sorry that

I stepped the line to free,

and bared my soul

so you might know

another side of me.

And even though I turned and ran

the second that you saw,

I am content

that once I spent a moment seeking

 M O R E
 
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Reviewed by Kay P Devenish 4/12/2008
Thank you for the comments...for those who wonder what this is really about,it is just about the day when I told someone that 'I loved 'them. I had held those words in for ages before that day but in a moment of bravery,I told him and then I 'ran for hills'(so to speak) nothing ever came of it as it was not a mutual feeling.I am forever glad that I did have the courage to express my feelings and though there was embarrassment for us BOTH,we both had a better respect for each other afterward and we have remained distant but good'friends.'Later he found his true love.
Life goes on...all is well...I am happy for him.
Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain 3/15/2005
Kay,

Simply divine write - marvelously penned!!


Blessings,

Robert
Reviewed by Cathy Montgomery (Reader) 6/17/2003
Eileen is right (and the rest are, too)--this is powerful and excellent!!
p.s. Isn't it wonderful the Savior doesn't judge the way humanity does?!!
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 6/16/2003
Every line a gem. Glad to see you back and posting again, Kay.
Reviewed by Angelica Young 6/15/2003
Excellent from top to bottom!!
Reviewed by E T Waldron 6/15/2003
Most Christians wear blinders so you shouldn't expect them to see;-)An excellent powerful well written poem Kay!
Reviewed by Victoria Murray 6/15/2003
Wonderfully written! Thanks for posting this one!!!

Hugs,

Victoria
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 6/15/2003
Very, very good write about the risk life is, Kay. Too bad the Christians can't accept it. Maybe the lions will.
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 6/15/2003
I absolutely ADORE this poem, it was their loss!
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK 6/15/2003
6-15-03

What's Religion(Christianity) Gotta Do Wit It_ It's Great...

TRASK
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 6/15/2003
(((KAY)))

outstanding write...i agree, their loss...our gain whoo-hoooooo :)

(((HUGS))) and love,

karla. :)
Reviewed by Steve Ralph 6/15/2003
beautiful truely beautiful. what a shame you turned and ran.. happiness and pain rolled into one ans spoken in the same sentence.. what an amazing gift you have..
Steve
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 6/15/2003
In our lives
we always walk the road
we've walk

Better or worse
There's always a line
"the limit"

Crossed the line
but don't go further
tracing footsteps

Back home
is where you belong
sweet home

((((( Hugs )))))

May Lu a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 6/15/2003
This was excellent, Beautiful and powerful!

Their loss!

Reindeer
Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight* 6/15/2003
I think it's a beautiful piece of literature!

~Joseph
Reviewed by Carolyn Red Bear (The Bear Paw) 6/15/2003
I'm with Sketchman, too! This is very well written.... thank you for sharing...
In Spirit,
Bear
Reviewed by Patrick Talty 6/15/2003
I guess that the reason the Christian site reected it is they interpreted it as being a confession of immorality. Shame on them and a pox on their judgment! This is a sensitive and beautiful piece of confessional poetry and I applaud you for writing and posting it for us to share.

PS: The attitude of the Christian site reminds me of a piece by the famous Canadian writer, Irving Layton, titled 'Misunderstanding':
"I placed/my hand/upon/her thigh.
By the way/she moved/away/I could see/her devotion/to literature/was not/perfect.*

Don't let mid-Victorian meddlers discourage you from staying in touch with your REAL feelings and expressing them whenever and however you need to. Write on!
Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson 6/15/2003
I agree, it does,"sing and cry" as Vesna said! Good job of expressing yourself in this poem, Kay!
Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader) 6/15/2003
Ecstasy is the word they rejected. It is porn to their ears.
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 6/15/2003
Kay,
I use to write love poems to him and they didnt understand that either you have to bare your soul and let all of this life fall and the spirit is where he loves this is so beautiful my dear friend.. Laughing still at Sketchmans comment perhaps yes !!!!;)
Peggy
Reviewed by Christine Morell 6/15/2003
An excellent, powerful poem, Kay...with perfect rhyme and meter.
~ Chrissie :)
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 6/15/2003
Maybe the christians are shy? If would have put this somewhere in your poem, "More Money, More Money," they would've accepted your poem Kay.
SMooooooooooooo000000000000000CH!
Reviewed by jude forese 6/15/2003
powerful and very well written...
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 6/15/2003
Excellent write Kay!!
There loss our gain!!
Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa 6/15/2003
Your words touched my heart..it sings and cries simultaneously...let it be so..for then I know I live...
Excellent!

Vesna
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 6/15/2003
Kay....Excellent write...Powerful as always from you...BHUWAN
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