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Lost
by Debora E Hill

Wednesday, January 17, 2007
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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This poem was written for my mentor, a man I met at the age of 16 -- he was 13 years older than I, and is long gone from my life.

I remember when you said, "you gotta pay your dues child"


And I wondered how you knew


You who had always run so wild.


The days have come and gone, no one calls me 'child' anymore


You're not the wild rocker now


And I guess you could say we both know the score.


Please wander back my way; I've paid my dues and then some


Run against that same brick wall so many times my head beats like a drum.


And sometimes in the night, I dream of one special man.


Your voice is always with me


I tell myself I can't, but you know that I can


Go on despite the odds. You said, "It's tough, kid...real tough"


And you should know, you've seen it all


But you never told me when it's enough


Success is like a foggy swamp; you left me on the edge one day


I've stumbled to the middle and I'm trying hard to see the way.


It's so hard without a beacon...switch on your love so I may see


The one thing you never told me is that we need each other to be free.

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Reviewed by Michael Mathieu 1/18/2007
A sad and emotional write looking for yourself
and a path to follow,Loved it,

Michael
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 1/18/2007
Ooh, this is such a beautiful write, straight from the heart. I love this poem from the titel "Lost" to the very last line. You've captured my attention and drawn me into a write with feeling, love, triumph, wisdom an emotional roller coaster, also has a bit of a mystical feel. Enjoyed this my friend!
Blessings,
Joyce Bowling
Reviewed by Art Sun 1/18/2007
this is a nice work....your thoughts and expressions show the interlocked views and paths of two minds along the path of life....


enjoyed.....Art Sun...
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