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David J Knight

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I See, I Picture
by David J Knight

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I see wind blowing dark hair
a vista for all to stare
I picture bright eyes looking at me
you looked so beautifully


I see wind blowing dark hair
go on, touch me you dare
I picture bright eyes looking at me
can I do ought but agree?


I see wind blowing dark hair
realising how much I did care
I picture bright eyes looking at me
I gazed back so lovingly


I see wind blowing dark hair
thought we were a lifelong pair
I picture bright eyes looking at me
deep in love, just hopelessly


I see wind blowing dark hair
No! my life now laid bare
I picture bright eyes looking at me
no longer live happily


I see wind blowing dark hair
remembering when you were there
I picture bright eyes looking at me
joyful times now history

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Reviewed by Christine Morell 7/14/2003
This is beautiful, very poignant and well written.
~Chrissie
I'm not being rude not replying...my messaging has now ceased too work.
Well now...Manuela? Martini? ;)
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 7/14/2003
Nice form and beautiful poem.
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 7/14/2003
Touched the depths of my soul, made me cry, David. Raw emotions so gently exposed, a beautiful bittersweet write.
Reviewed by T. Emilie Dybevik (Reader) 7/14/2003
This is called soul poetry. David, you nail emotions here. The twist ending leaves one numb. VERY good work! I always enjoy reading an English man!

Thanks,
Emilie