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by Morgan B Merriweather
Sunday, March 25, 2012
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Lay on the open page your hidden voice,

so that I may hold it in my hands,

for it is the heart of a heated magenta sky,

dripping with all its swirling splendor,

that  longs to meet the cool waters’ edge,

and I will hold on, hold on

as it fades away in the deep depths

to a place far far away,

and my world too, will wane

as you take me there,

where each star mirrors

the diamonds on the water

and I will hold on, hold on

as over, and over again

come the sparkling  kisses,

that I dream of from you






sketch: by Michael Parkes 





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Reviewed by J Guenther 11/3/2012
Promising. Nice consonantal balance in many places. A tiny bit of tightening might make it shine even more. "Deep depths" would be a very good place to start. Maybe rework the ending for more punch, too. Fine work.
Reviewed by JMS Bell 3/29/2012
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 3/28/2012
You speak the language of love like water for is so smooth and easy on the tongue and satin upon the ears
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 3/28/2012
Sparkling effervesence of visions in
your poem *Morgan* expressive of the
wonderous sketch for making it real!!!!

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo 3/28/2012
Sometimes, all we can do is hold on. Your opening lines are so strong in image and meaning, as is your entire poem. So moving! ~Elizabeth
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 3/27/2012
Flows like honey...gooey good!
Reviewed by Jennifer Christian 3/27/2012
Dreaming of sparkling kisses -- a nice thought.
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 3/27/2012
Lay on the open page your hidden voice,
so that I may hold it in my hands,

Totally ADORE these lines especially, Morgan, as well as the swooning repetitions of words and lines with "hold on, hold on". So trance-like and evocative of intensity, along with your dreamy descriptions and lilting tone. Has all the warmth of a rapt reverie and desire for transportation. Just lovely! :)) xx
Reviewed by John Flanagan 3/27/2012
this is poetry of great tenderness
and depth.
Kudos, Morgan!

Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/26/2012
A heartthrobbing poem that oozes passion...

Reviewed by Christine Tsen 3/26/2012
Oh, I'm so there with every word of this dreamy poem!
What is going on with you girl? We have lost touch! Who is this mystery man of kisses?
Reviewed by jude forese 3/26/2012
your wonderful poem definitely leaves an imprint on the imagination as well as the emotion ...
Reviewed by Odin Roark 3/26/2012
Enigmatic assurance that when all else fails, we still have our imagination as best friend, confidant, and most importantly, a writer's built-in shrink.
Reviewed by neerja gandhi 3/26/2012
beautiful and very romantic :))
Good Wishes.neerja
Reviewed by D. Vegas 3/26/2012
Morgan, A very visual writing...

Reviewed by Richard King 3/26/2012
Your words magically paint colorful, sparkling images in my mind and I like it.

Thanks Dick
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 3/26/2012
The power of the poem on the written page to inspire thoughts of love. Wonderful.

Reviewed by pat medlin 3/26/2012
ahhh these floating soothing words of love...this leaves me with a wistful smile...beautiful morgan
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 3/26/2012
Lovely diamonds on the waters and sparkling kisses to romance
and dreamy. A fine pen you uniquely verse your words Morgan.
The artwork is beautiful.
Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by John Domino 3/26/2012
Refreshingly romanantic!
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 3/26/2012
Nice thoughts, perfectly recorded in this poem. The words were unearthly, meant for a place in between the here and now and the place you desdcribed, and that place is the community of pure love. There is such a place, it is just very, very difficult to get there, and once you find it, even more difficult to maintain. Sorry. I was going on and on . . . Meant every word of it however.
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 3/25/2012
I love how soft and sensual this poem is, the sketch is amazing.
Umm, you have been busy..

call me...

Peace, love and light,

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