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let's forget about it
by E T Waldron

Thursday, July 21, 2011
Rated "G" by the Author.
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the evening crept towards dawn
while eyes wept most forlorn
the sun behind clouds hidden
in dreary morn, hopes forbidden
 
the day would start with contrite heart
and naught in sight  to ease the fright
of troubled minds without a clue
on how to make the day continue

pondering why all had gone awry
decision was made in mornings aubade
thus another fated fiasco
had found its way into limbo

etw

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Reviewed by Kay P Devenish 10/13/2011
I have to totally agree with Ronalds comment .
Hugs
from
Kay
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 7/24/2011
This brings to mind regrets that keep us up at night. A kind of depression that results from actions taken with the best of intentions that turned out wrong. A deep and meaningful write that gets to the emotions from the heart.

Ron
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 7/24/2011
You conjure both mood and confusion well, Eileen, with the sonorous heaviness of your words to reflect that sorry, contrite heart. Hopefully with thoughts and actions that express regret, dark clouds will have been dispelled and limbo alleviated. May any such fated fiasco be transformed into sweetly refreshed friendship. Whatever the day brings, you pen it well. xx
Reviewed by jude forese 7/23/2011
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 7/23/2011
A very sad piece, Sis. (But very glad to see you posting.)
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 7/22/2011
Such depth of emotion. Surely have missed your sweetness.
Much peace, love and light,
Amber
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 7/22/2011
it takes two to move out of limbo and into forget it mode. hence fiasco. Peace~ morgan
Reviewed by Jon Willey 7/22/2011
Eileen, a love overwhelmed with events irreconcilable can result in the worst, disillusionment. With a heart thus wounded and love itself, impugned. We often know not where to turn to seek answers and resolution. I bid you love and peace my dear friend. Jon Michael
Reviewed by John Flanagan 7/21/2011
Bleakness of disappointment courses through
the veins of this, Eileen, and the only rescue
seems to be in the title you've chosen; it's hard
to move on after 'fated fiasco' but we must try.

John
Reviewed by richard cederberg 7/21/2011
"fated fiasco" A lot of those it seems in life. Sometimes that special love we hope for never seems to materialize. Along the way types and shadows appear and disappear, and at times someone will touch us in a special way and encourage us to hope for more. Alas, how many have lamented, in a morning love song, all that remains unanswered. Bittersweet sentiments chum.
Peace and love to you ... richard
Reviewed by William Bonilla 7/21/2011
I've missed reading your outstanding work
and this piece I found to be an enjoyable read
of an excellent poem
Love & Peace be with you

William
Reviewed by TONY NERONE 7/21/2011
Excellent piece on life and it's tribulations.
GOD BLESS YOU
Tony
Reviewed by Eileen Granfors 7/21/2011
Limbo, that time between "I hate you, get out" and "Please come home to me." Well penned!
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 7/21/2011
Disappointment expressed so poetically!
I know this feeling!
Blessings,
Christine
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 7/21/2011
love when fiasco turn into limbo :)
Reviewed by George Carroll 7/21/2011
Eileen, none can surpass the gifted poetry you write every time your pen is put to paper another gem is created. I added a new word to my vocabulary (Aubade) Thank you.
Many events in life are beyond our control and that's when we let God and let go.

Georgexx
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 7/21/2011
I admit, my friend, that you have completely stunned me with this one. Have no idea what it is supposed to be. Maybe it is just me and those who come after me will not have that problem.



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