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Realizations Come To Light
by Laura Via

Monday, June 23, 2003

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Realizations Come To Light


 


There in the darkness, I sat and wept


For something that was never there,


Something I could never keep.


Was all that I felt, merely a dream?


If it was, them please, stir me awake!


I want not these images flashing by,


Of something I cannot find, as


That spark dies deep within my heart.


Lost love, without the wings of the phoenix,


Withers this night.  My soul grieves


For what it lives without, a kinship


That spans lifetimes.  Hush now, for life


Moves in odd little ways, as the


Ocean of life sways the vessels in


Which we travel.  Iíve washed ashore


On some distant beach, forsaken and alone,


To walk, forever more.


 


(c) 2003 A Riddle

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Reviewed by Adam Walsvik (Reader) 7/1/2003
" a kinship that spans lifetimes" It can certainly seem that this is required after years spent alone. But I'm learning that a little human contact can go a long way. But that's probably my over-emphasis on fantasy, in lieu of real relationships being expressed. I just don't know.

Adam
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 6/23/2003
Beautiful work.
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