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Street learns what the Battle of Tibet is, the hard way. He walks away from a multi-million dollar potential marriage and meets the devil at his work place...  
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by Cela M Shearer
Saturday, May 07, 2011
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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She walks beside a shadowed sky,

         inside the Night's sad lullabye,

forever love, forever night,

        where trampled wings will never fly.


Grey willows bend to reach the earth,

         so sunken with the weight of loss,

her bony feet stretch 'cross a path,

         too wide for even time to heal.


How weary has the journey left,

        a heart  too broken for regret,

and eyes of wood that cannot see,

        this endless trek of misery.    



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Reviewed by Amor Sabor 5/14/2011
Excellent lines in this piece Cela...very artistically done with good imagery.
Reviewed by D. Vegas 5/8/2011
Cela, Welcome back! Sad, but an excellent write!
Reviewed by Phillip William Allen 5/8/2011
So much thought in so few lines. These I enjoy, and TY for sharing.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 5/7/2011
THIS is a great write, Cela. I feel I am among the greats as I read and re-read this work of art. Depressing? Of course. Look out your window. Watch television (I don't). The world and everyone in it is falling apart. So this sad love poem can be juxtaposed to relate to the world . . .

"and eyes of wood that cannot see, / this endless trek of misery."


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