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Lost & Confused
by Laura Via

Monday, September 08, 2003

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No longer doth thy words bless me with
Their presence. Yet, with hope filled heart
I still seek them, the beauty that is thee.

I know not why thou hath abandoned me,
Leaving nothing but bittersweet memories
For me to swim through.

Once, there was a time when thy presence
I could feel, as if thee were standing next
To me. Now, as each day passes, I feel
Thyself growing distant. No longer does
Thy soul touch mine on a constant basis,
Only in passing do thee speak to this mind.

I wander, lost and confused, wondering
Where I might have gone wrong. Why
Did thou leaveth me? I weep in the darkness
Of night, with tear stained cheeks turned
Upward to the Moon. To the winds I whisper
Thy name, in hopes that one day thou shalt
Return, I hope one day.

(c) 2003 A Riddle

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Reviewed by Adam Walsvik (Reader) 9/14/2003
The wind always whispers even that of the great hurricanes. It carries all whispered loneliness to all the world that we need never be alone. You're not alone.

Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 9/10/2003
Reviewed by Jessica Stanfield 9/8/2003
This is beautiful! I love the language and the way it flows. Great job with this one and thanks for sharing!
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