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Linnea A Larsen

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Rescued
by Linnea A Larsen

Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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 I want to come back and sit

By the hearth of your warm abode.
Scathing winds tear me apart
Out here on my own.

My wants are few,
A sip of wine and a bite or two of bread,
A tiny room without a view, a place
To lay my head.

Crying loudly, “Let me in,”
And pounding vehemently on the door,
My knuckles are raw and bloody,
My calloused feet are bare.

The perimeter I have walked
In futile search of other entries,
Finding nothing but false portals,
There are none but this.

I spy, through an ancient window,
Moving shadows of flickering burns.
You must be home, please let me in,
Trusting I am firm.

Boldly, in my weariness,
I grab the knob to find it gives.
Looking back I see you carrying,
My body in your arms.

linneann
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Reviewed by Shirley Houston 7/5/2012
This is so awesome! Get what you need to get!
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 6/28/2012
Fantastic imagery of desperation! Very suspenseful and unique.

Ron
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 6/26/2012
Woeee! Sucker punched me with those last five words. I like that, the masochist that I am. Kickass poetry!



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