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I Shall Know Again
by Judy C Meeker
Saturday, February 17, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Judy Meeker

On nights when I'm feeling well

I have a dream, one of a kind

It can't be bought- its not for sell

God gave it to me, it is mine.

I go back again to a childhood

To live deep in the pine

In such depths that the wildwood

Creeps around my home in vine

Over and above my door

Inch by inch- maybe more.

Wild birds come to feed off my hand

Their songs I come to understand

And among them freely soar

Happier than I've ever been before.

The knowing that leered a life time in my eyes

The words that lay a life time on my tongue

Are one with all that in a life time dies

When the praise of mankind is over sung-

And I know again the starry skies

As I once did when worlds were young

With the soul for whom my passion cries

As when we first begin...

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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 2/24/2007
Thank you for sharing this symbolic, inspiring poem, Judy. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader) 2/20/2007
Insightful and uplifting. I enjoyed. Holly
Reviewed by . ignis 2/18/2007
The childhood of our existence that is a journey through space and time is reflected in your poem, covering many lifetimes in many places and times. Gradually over eons of linear time we approach The Light over bizarre paths that head in many directions, but on aggregate inevitably toward our source and destiny.

Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 2/17/2007
Great write my friend, inspiring and refreshing write!
Joyce Bowling
Reviewed by richard cederberg 2/17/2007
An insightful look into an optimistic mind-set. This write left me refreshed.

Light and Wisdom ...
Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson 2/17/2007
A very, very well done and inspiring poem! Into my library, "I Shall Know Again" goes! Thank you, Judy. May you grow in strength and love!
Reviewed by Linda Wells 2/17/2007
How refreshing to hear someone say that they had a childhood so wonderful that they visit it again in dreams! Your parents would be so proud to know they gave you such good, precious memories of your youth. Childhood is so precious, it stays with us the rest of our lives. Great write, Judy. I salute you!
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 2/17/2007
Very beautiful Judy!
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 2/17/2007

Beautiful, profound inspiring composition... "I Shall Know Again" glows in wisdom and wonders.

I salute You, Poet.

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by George Carroll 2/17/2007
A nostalgic write of better days. Trying to escape the travail of the now.

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