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by Axilea MU
Tuesday, December 02, 2008
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The Alpha and the Omega

shoulder blade

cutting edge

affliction severed


and guilt her sibling

her siamese sister


this is not the first time

blood burns

heads turn

voices beg to know more

and boundaries lifted


from their very flesh

redistributed and distorted


mechanisms of survival

now call for happiness...

so they speak up


out of breath



lilac nails

siamese blisters

the impact on their feet

see them full of hope

run away in the frozen morning veil

so real

simple dreams of chained sisterhood

not yet broken not yet




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Reviewed by Muhammad Al Mahdi 3/22/2009
This reminds me of the tragic story of the two Iranian girls, who died after having been separated by surgery. It was in the early 1980's. It was then a matter of worldwide public interest because their case was one of the most complicated forms of the Siamese condition. I don't know whether you had them in mind but this poem very strongly evokes their memory...
Reviewed by Elizabeth Price 12/7/2008
Tightly written and revealing. Enjoyed. Liz
Reviewed by Bernice Lakota 12/7/2008
Beautiful stream of words...
Reviewed by John Flanagan 12/4/2008
The stream of consciousness is particularly effective here and the words and phrases bullets driving home. Very finely wrought.
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 12/3/2008
Very metaphoric and quite wonderfully written. Nicely done Axilea, I always enjoy your work.
Peace, love, and light,
Amber "V"
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 12/3/2008
Your metaphors are never disappoint, Axilea.
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 12/2/2008
It is a bonding like no other. My mother's mother (my grandmother) was a twin, my mother and my aunt were twins and my mother's twin had twins, each with a very unique, special bonding, interesting write...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 12/2/2008
Conjures up the pain of the conjoined. I'm fortunate to be a separated identical twin with a weakness in the neck where we were once close.

Reviewed by Felix Perry 12/2/2008
I like the images and thoughts expressed in this one.

Reviewed by William DeVault 12/2/2008
Great impact, the words are hard, sharp and slice holes in the thought and the images.
Reviewed by stan nassano 12/2/2008
I'm a twin about complete oposite from my twin i picked up on the yen/yang of it all rather quicky,,I ditto the coments from below....different but good......take care,
Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader) 12/2/2008
A stunning write get it don't you? Simply love your appetite my dear...blessings, & peace, Holly
Reviewed by Keith Rowley 12/2/2008
You remain a shining light of perception and expression on Authorsden. Your work is challenging; a light thrown back from the abstruse surfaces of the human heart.

Another excellent work worthy of much meditation and reflection. I really love your work, Axilea.
Reviewed by Gene Williamson 12/2/2008
Charlie, as usual, caught the thrust of this fine poem, Axilea,
but I was swept up in your wonderful metaphors...

and guilt her sibling
her siamese sister


Reviewed by Charlie 12/2/2008
This is unlike most of your poems here, in that many of the lines are disjointed-- severed from the body of the poem-- The latter part of the poem is cohesive, pulling images from the front half and gluing them all together in a parallel piece that speaks of hope.

We go from severing to chaining, from cutting edge, to unbroken dreams-- it all comes together. I'm glad such dreams are full of hope. Sisterhood is a darned good thing. I love the repetition of "not yet" in your last line. It is hopeful and promising. --Charlie

Reviewed by John Leko 12/2/2008 draw one...of two found within the unbroken links of this this fine write.
interesting and fine work Axilea...
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