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A Sword and A Stone
by Joann Renee Muszynski

Tuesday, January 15, 2002

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You wield a mighty sword of strength
and I am but a humble heart whose
days and nights are filled with dreams
of wanting, and the need to have
the one thing, your heart.

I climbed the snowy mountains of the Past and travelled the narrow roads of Today
and still you stand there, sword raised,
and I can not pass, I can not touch though
my need is unbearable.

Just look at me!
See past the clouds of your pain.
Look at me!
I am fresh, I am the future.
I did not cause the torment,
I only want to take it away.

But the sword you wield is mighty
and I can not break the stone.

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Reviewed by Hanley Harding 9/3/2002
Dear Joann;

I'm finally getting around to your stuff again!

Hopeless romantic anachronism that I am... I loved the allegory, here!

Reviewed by Victoria Murray 2/19/2002
Intense and very touching!
(btw, Joanna, have you considered writing a mystery novel yet? I still think you would do a wonderful job!)
Reviewed by Gilles Marchand 1/23/2002
This is very powerful! To look into someone eyes, is to capture there heart...!
Blue eyed fish...
Reviewed by Kone Simons 1/22/2002
I understand that it is very important for a poem to sound good when read aloud. You have done well with this.
Reviewed by Deanna Jones (Reader) 1/22/2002
This is one of the most incredible things I have ever read. Wow! The ending was superb.
Reviewed by Claywoman 1/22/2002
A good poem, I enjoyed it so very much...
Reviewed by Afrika Abney 1/21/2002
Nice powerful and free - flowing write. Very unique and nice images.Afrika
Reviewed by William Manchee 1/20/2002
Reviewed by Gregory Sonn (Reader) 1/15/2002
Very good analogy Joann.Well penned and great finish. Gregg
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