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Asymptote
by Dawn L Mullan
Sunday, October 15, 2006
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The line observed.
 

Its angles transparent,
 

Like the fanciful dream of a sliding geometry.
 

 
 

It’s the hint of curve that plagues me
 

of a slender and willful architecture.
 

 
 

It’s the acute optics that pitch me downward
 

into a maze of unrevealed canvas
 

unearthed and unexplained
 

and spreading into the heart of oblivion.
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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Reviewed by Axilea MU
Lines angles and curves to lose ourselves.
I hadn't read any of your work lately...

Axilea
Reviewed by Georg Mateos
The poem is the straight line with the illustration picture being the tangent, with an air of the top end of a violin giving a softly hight C, like a spider's tread to captivate yet not making the reader a prisoner.

Georg

Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle
Great poem.I enjoy reading it,take care

Edwin
Reviewed by William Haynes
This I enjoyed also but oddly I did not see what the others who commented saw. I guess I'm a romantic at heart and read this as a tale about a lover who betrays with their words.
elliott
Reviewed by Robin Ouzman Hislop
Fascinating poem, the allusion to the painter and the canvass
too is very compelling
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU

An accomplished poetic piece... "Asymptote" glows.

Long healthy creative life, Poet.


Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

Reviewed by Kate Burnside
Like the tightrope clean lines of this one, Dawn, which are as a springboard to all the angles and curves that exist in potential. Like rods of iron before they are wrought. Elliptical and thought-expanding write. TY K xx
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
Free verse...my favortie...and a good one.

Elizabeth
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
Kinda like the vanishing point of two parallel lines... cept ones curved here I guess one is one a downward spiral here.
The for the brain gymnastics, now I need a kip..
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
Thank you for sharing this poem and for teaching me a new word, Dawn. Love and peace,

Regis
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