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The Notebook Waltz
by Axilea MU
Saturday, October 29, 2011
Rated "G" by the Author.
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One, two, three, one two, three...

His notebooks so many,
most of them empty,
but for a few titles, incomplete,
sketches unfinished and forgotten.

In this bedroom I am
in a library,
leather-bound volumes full of nothing
in a ballroom of reflecting ghosts.

In that bedroom I felt
thief in a mirror
interpreter of a dead language
of signs long perverted, now spinning,
intruder with a mission ignored.

In notebooks so misty,
looking for secrets
I found dizzy traits and meaningless
shapes, blank spaces: receptacles for tears.

 

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Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader) 4/13/2012
I am curious about the 'him' whose notebooks these are. That there are 'so many' notebooks having received such broken attention and what made that happen. Gorgeous eerie dance, an inticing, hinting tale. ~~ Diana
Reviewed by Laurel Lamperd 1/28/2012
leather-bound volumes full of nothing
in a ballroom of reflecting ghosts.

I like these two lines. Interesting poem. Thanks for reading my poem.

Reviewed by D. Vegas 11/5/2011
Axilea, "I found dizzy traits and meaningless shapes,
blank spaces: receptacles for tears"-Excellent!

Always,
Deborah
Reviewed by Sandy Hoynacki (Reader) 11/2/2011
I like the concepts that you have offered. The metaphoric images
are unique and easily viewed within the notebook of my own thoughts.
A very catchy title.
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 10/31/2011
Sometimes dead things require an interpreter or will be forever lost. There is much honor, and often pain in that role, here which you perfectly perform. Patrick
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 10/31/2011
I loved turning each page of this remarkable masterpiece, Axilea, and the ending is profound!
Blessings,
Christine
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 10/30/2011
wow and wow...this is amazing poetry! I can hear the music, see the dance and imagine between the lines, excellent Axilea..truly!!!
Reviewed by Elizabeth Price 10/30/2011
Collections. Wow. Love it. Liz
Reviewed by Axilea Uzumcuoglu 10/30/2011
I have to publicly thank my friend John for this comment. The last two lines go straight to my heart!

Axilea
Reviewed by John Flanagan 10/30/2011
For me, Axilea, a search through a list
of achievements (well, more 'good' intentions than actual
achievements) and not finding very much..
as indeed if we go through our 'life lists'
how much indeed do we find that's worthwhile and lasting?
Gide was right - good intentions do make the worst literature.
There's a deep sadness throughout but it's not at any time
maudlin or self-indulgent.

John
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 10/30/2011
VERY NICE!!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by RWE SAYS BYE 10/29/2011
I see you've found the missing links... in a broken chain of existence... sad cadre of irrelevances make for a moving read. Pertinent and pervasive I would imagine in our collective of collectors, who accumulate so much, but at what cost?
Reviewed by Felix Perry 10/29/2011
Almost as if you inherited someone who you cared about but never really new...collection of memories. One of your best...
fee
Reviewed by Charlie 10/29/2011
This reminds me of another library poem you wrote. The mood is soft and searching, not remorseful or resentful, just lightly, liltingly sad. And many a many line has just 3 stressed syllables-- clever. --Charlie
Reviewed by jude forese 10/29/2011
a haunting poem, exploring a literary waltz, whose dancers have left the dance floor, or taking a break ...
Reviewed by Jon Willey 10/29/2011
your experience crafted by circumstance reveals our exposure to the uncharted journeys of the heart -- voyages with open ended destinations -- regardless of the reasons we are left with the hollow embraces of recollections wrapped in journals of want -- Axilea this is an enchanting tale of love with all of its gifts and disappointments -- you related it all with the romance and passion of one who has made the voyage -- I bid you love, joy and peace my dear friend -- Jon Michael
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 10/29/2011
This has a very lyrical, haunting quality, Axilea, as one is drawn deeper and deeper into the melody of the notebooks, searching for clues and answers - but finding only tears as a watermark through the paper as a base to the indecipherable runes and symbols. I like the hooks of the second and third stanzas: In this bedroom I am .... and In that bedroom I felt... Has a wandering sense and an allure. As always, so considered and thoughtfully crafted. xx



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