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Walking the Illusion
by Edward Lupinacci
Saturday, June 04, 2005
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I looked into a dream
One of lost detail.
Maybe just whispers or phantoms,
When time slows to a blur

What I did see might seem insignificant.
Linen decorated with a library,
some cards and candles
I saw it all through a tunnel
where horizons color thought
it was the eyes that took it all away
the ones Iíve known
for a thousand cycles of the moon.
When destiny becomes a whitewash and lips liquefy resistance,
while fingers sink
beyond the stratum
into the core
of her.
It is here I am found
 Translucent in slumber,
opaque in the waking with morning tears
sketching my pillow
with tomorrows unknown   

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Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 6/9/2005

Outstanding imagery enriching contents of poetic beauty
"Walking the Illusion" of a dream. This is a flower from
the poetic garden to scent the mind of the readers.

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

Reviewed by William Bonilla 6/8/2005
well Penned Walter

William .....peace
Reviewed by Patricia Gomes 6/7/2005
Walter, this is simple fabulous. A pleasure to read it first thing in my a.m. -- and a pleasure to have made your acquaintance.
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 6/6/2005
Very profound write. love the descriptions.
Reviewed by andrea coltman 6/6/2005
Wonderful poem, Walter, the last stanza is wishes Andrea
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 6/5/2005
If pillows could talk (or write), Walter. Thank you for sharing this offering. Well done. Love and peace to you. Regis
Reviewed by Maria Lupinacci 6/5/2005
This has some gorgeous lines in it:
"When destiny becomes a whitewash
and lips liquefy resistance"
Ha, you've captured it beautifully,
that abstract of emotion that
floods the senses. As I said above,
the whole poem is gorgeous and one
to be proud of!
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 6/5/2005
This sings with a mellow mysticism and a wonderful musical rhythm in the irregular lines: loose jazz! This seems a scented write, somehow, and leaves the fragrance of the "waking dream"-like qualities you evoke so well. The imagery is unique and beautifully detailed and sketched: this has the sharp versus "smudged" definition of a water-colour painting you could look at for hours. Don't mind me: some days I am more lucid in my comments than others, but I hope you get the drift of something I have written here... And welcome! The natives are friendly! :)) TY Kate
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 6/5/2005
A truly marvelous poem, Walter.
Reviewed by jude forese 6/5/2005
exceptionally well defined imagery ... great write ...
Reviewed by Vesna Blueflame 6/4/2005

It is here I am found.
Translucent in slumber,
opaque in the waking
with morning tears
sketching my pillow
with tomorrows

..OMG ..I love this last stanza..chills down my spine..superb!

Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 6/4/2005
You're swimming better than Mark Spitz.
Great word pictures, brilliantly detailed, the last stanza is clever, and true.
Welcome to AD town..
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 6/4/2005
Reading your words is like swiming through molasses. Nice and slow and sweet to the tooth. Good.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 6/4/2005
Beautfully expressed Walter!I love the last stanza!

Reviewed by Dave Harm 6/4/2005
Excellent write... living with dreams is a worthy goal, walking with illusions can be exciting...
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