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Forth & Back
by zeta zen
Tuesday, July 29, 2003

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I think about you often


It's just that my love is still 


dead nailed in a black coffin


Not understanding 


You were forth then you went back


to come forth again


while I am still back


So much as happened


I feel trapped


and I can't


find my peace of mind


Forth and then back again


Don't make this a trend

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Reviewed by Vicky Jeter 7/29/2003
Zeta
This poem carries a lot of impression
in the form. The title, "Forth and Back"
obviously catches the reader to a balanced/off-balance setting to start, and I don't know if you planned it, but for me the
emotional fulcrum is "so much has happened"
This line is also the visual center.
There are eight lines leading to center, and six lines after--might there be two lines to add to polishing the power of this form?
Excellent piece! Vicky
Reviewed by Carolyn Red Bear (The Bear Paw) 7/29/2003
Yeah, been there! Don't make it a trend, Zeta! Stay strong...
In Spirit,
Bear
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