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Blessington
by Oisín Breen

Monday, June 21, 2004
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My frozen mind disappears
On a riverside view.
Through thicket and trees
I see Rosemary and the dreamers.

It’s just like it was,
That photograph,
So long ago.

Wisdom flowers in the great search.
The dreamers, my friends, dance, smile and cry.

This evening long ago I curl up tightly with her.
- A fair night sky on an evening of stars.
Rosemary, we see it all.

Those friends, the dreamers,
They dream sunshine, the evening breeze.

From the trees I catch a photograph.
It’s just like it was, so long ago.
This night the dream begins again.

I fall and I stagger.
The way to this bonfire’s worn.
We all travel this path.
Eventually in darkness we all fall!

The bright light, the lapping flames.
I touch them.
Even in the distance there is return.

My friends, there is no such thing as growing old.
Life continues day by day
I call all bluffs in the bonfire night.

Life! Life! I surrender at your feet.
Cajoled by fairies,
I dig at your ragged heart.

The fresh air hits me hard.
I unfold into being.
The butterfly, the evening breeze,
Farewell, we all must depart.

So long ago.
It’s just like it was.
That photograph.

Those friends, the dreamers,
They dream sunshine, the eternal flower.

Copyright © 2004 Oisín Breen. No reprints or distribution of any kind sort in any form in this or any other known universe or dimension or medium without my express permission.


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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 4/15/2007
Wonderful poetry, Oisin. Thank you for sharing this gift. Love and peace,

Regis
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 12/20/2004
This was so beautiful, outstanding and deep poetry at its best,

Reindeer
Reviewed by Mari Laureano (Reader) 9/9/2004
"I call all bluffs in the bonfire night"

**feeling this**
good to see you again, my friend...
**Mari**
Reviewed by Katy Walsvik 6/26/2004
"Life! Life!... " My dear Oisin.. this begins my favorite verse of my absolute favorite of all the poems I've read of yours. Your pen was like a spoon, feeding me mind pictures... but also, a learning of you, dear poet. I think I would have known an Irishman wrote this, were there no name attached... it has the melancholy, the captivating enchantment of the dreamer and the mixture of musing and honesty. I was rapt! (smile) katy xox.
Reviewed by Jane Rodway 6/23/2004
Very cool, enjoyed this and was inspired by it to write about the photos of my relatives from Italy, thanks:)
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 6/23/2004
You have framed a memory very well with this poem. More than a Kodack Moment for your readers can sense the warmth and love that oozes with your prose. Happy to read your verses again. I've been away too long.
Susan
Reviewed by Zenith Elliott 6/22/2004
Very enjoyable read, Oisin! This one pulls you in to the verse as if you were there...~Z~
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 6/21/2004
This is very well written and the flowing manner in which it flows is so appealing,...
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 6/21/2004
Very etheral, this one. Dreams conjured up in an old photograph.
Reviewed by jude forese 6/21/2004
a very inspired poem that celebrates the axiom that youth remains strong by how we dare to live ...
Reviewed by Martin Hebert 6/21/2004
a flower of a poem...so beautiful...marty
Reviewed by Dawn Richerson 6/21/2004
hi there. this is excellent. it drew me in with the images that skip through the poem and kept me with the layers of life meaning that lay beneath. wonderful work.
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