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Far from your poetry
by jeanne rene watson

Monday, November 20, 2006
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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~far from your poetry ~~~~

he is writing poetry
the young man walking Sudan

and he steps with a rhythm run through his design
verse pacing across manifestos of day onto day

of slinky silky words
wanting to be parted by my aching fingertips

to look between the fractures of phrase
and slip deep into the nuances

of lazy-lid glances
slanting against the arch of bedroom doors

to press
between my hungry fingertips

and feel the weight in character
of sandals bound to immigrant dreams

dust clouds
inhaled and settled deep in the lungs

I sup on his poetry
slicing and placing delicately

on my tongue sweet morsels
of mistresses chasséing in pleated skirts

sipping the irony of mad lovers
wet on my lips

I am leaning into his poetry
Je murmure

let me be the beat of the rolled newspaper
slapping your palm

let me be the forgotten thread
torn from the hem of your shirt

and buried in the yellow sand

~~....inspired by the poetry of k.eltinae ~~

jeannerené 11.06 

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Reviewed by Axilea MU 11/4/2007
It seems that you have chosen the right source of inspiration. This poem is made of wonderful sounds, textures, colors and a slowly enchanting atmosphere.

And I love these two lines:
"let me be the beat of the rolled newspaper
slapping your palm"

Well crafted piece that I read with real pleasure.

All the best,

Reviewed by Art Sun 2/6/2007
Inspiration can find one as the thread that is within the sands and when it journeys along the trails of the mind it becomes as these thoughts placed within your poem...

enjoyed.....Art sun...
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 1/21/2007
Sounds to me: By my favorite Author Kahlil Gabran' ( I own 6 of his Works of Art-Books )
This Awesome write is just
Hypmotizing! I love this!
Great metaphors too!

Warmest Blessings and HuGs,WArrior Sheeeooxx
- I started following/watching/tracking you as of today-
Whenever you can- Stop by my corner of the den and see in your heart is touched soothingly in some awe-inspiring way~
Reviewed by Gloria Buono Daly 1/15/2007
Captivating and enchanting words and wisdom. Awesome and inspiring prose. Wonderful tribute to your inspiration. Thanks so much for sharing your gift. My best, Gloria
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 11/24/2006
Your mastery of words is made evident via your verses, Jeanne. Je ne murmure pas, je le dis tout haut. Thank you for sharing this gift. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by richard cederberg 11/21/2006
Stark but lush imagery in this gorgeous poem jeanne rene.

"let me be the forgotten thread
torn form the hem of your shirt"

Such an exquisite image here. I enjoyed this immensely! Never rest your quill Poet.

Light and Wisdom ...
Richard Lloyd Cederberg
Reviewed by CJ Heck 11/21/2006
Excellent poem, Jeanne Rene. How well you've described reading a particular poet's work, and having a mind-meld, a merging of souls if you will, with a poem or a poet merely through their written words. I think most writers can identify with that. Can you fall in love through poetry? It's up for discussion, but I believe you can ... Excellent poem.
Reviewed by Anna M 11/21/2006
There is some gorgeous and unusual imagery in this poem. I liked it's subtle yet passionate voice alot.

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