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a diminuendo of love
by Cedric III
Saturday, October 13, 2007
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it is as if i've been writing love letters
with dead pens
stranded here by mistake
and never quite got round to moving on
fingering this rosary string
of sacred rememberings
with accidental joy

        -i-loved-him--i-loved-him--i-loved-him-

           i will not defile this with cliches

to forget he who diminuendoed out of
life seems as futile as trying
to airbrush mondays
yet it seems the grainy quality
of memory betrays me

it's as if i am writing stranded rememberings:

     -i-loved-him--i-loved-him--i-loved-him-

 
  

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Reviewed by m j hollingshead 11/21/2007
good one
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot 10/17/2007
No pride or prejudice here :):)
Lovely...
Ch'erie
Reviewed by jude forese 10/13/2007
this leaves me motivated to remember moments in my life still grainy yet with definite form ...
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 10/13/2007
A wonderfully creative piece with broken memories of love, nicely done.....

Be safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Felix Perry 10/13/2007
AS always your words open up a field of thought that lead between heart, soul and mind. Love it.

Fee
Reviewed by Charlie 10/13/2007
My friend Leo gave mention of you as a treasure. Now here's a chinkable poem if there ever was --"dead pens" and "airbrushed monday's" --really?! Drop-dead brilliant word combos. I'll pay it forward and mention a few more treasures: Hightower, Carswell, and Durrant. --Charlie
Reviewed by blue soplain 10/13/2007
your voice~ finally.
i have come to expect nothing less than this beautifulness of finality, this soft needful breathing from your words. ..
this feels near breaking point to me; a fine line walked between realness and otherworldly; lucidity and madness; touch and intangibility.....
wonderfully composed and conceived
ness
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 10/13/2007
Cedric,

Where have you been? Have missed you!

No dead pen here: just pure poetry! Excellent.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Ted Bossis 10/13/2007
Expanded as you are ~ More beautiful you become ~love Ted
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 10/13/2007
Aw, putting it in bold with strike-out lines will not make the passion go away . . . Time will, however . . . Nice . . .
Reviewed by Missy Cross 10/13/2007
what a piece to come roaring back with. you've been very much missed. the depth of this just rocks my soul... thanks for coming back. (i imagine any dead pen cannot help but spring magically back to life in your poet's grip.)
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 10/13/2007
Well well well, welcome back stranger! so you love him like when you airbrush mondays and writing with dead pens? girl you need a big glass with Glenfiddich on the rocks, you got the blues.
Georg
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