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Night Walk
by Jeanine Berry

Saturday, June 26, 2004
Rated "G" by the Author.
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We walked through the park,
we walked.
Above the stars the dark night
sightless and a smiling face of
nothing at a window.

I heard in the park,
I heard
the old voice comforting the trees
for they died. I am nothing.
The stars also, nothing is all,
all is nothing. What?

It comes, it goes, it comes, you too.
Let us ride the merry-go-round
in the park, in the night. Let us
A child's game and fit for laughter.


Crossing the Imaginary Line

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Reviewed by Miller Caldwell 11/7/2004
Night walks are the best part of the day. Ask my collie Tache. Trouble is I return fired up to write and soon its 3a.m. I guess I've got your lifestyle.
Best wishes
Reviewed by Daniel McTaggart 6/27/2004
There is nothing more beautiful than how we let the night speak to us. Anyone who writes something so lovely must have a special connection with the night.
Reviewed by na na (Reader) 6/27/2004
When all is lost in the darkest night, yes just ride the merry-go-round and all will be found if you will shut your eyes and drem as you ride. Bill
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