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The Missing Symphony.
by Ahmad Hj Abang

Friday, August 01, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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A man tried to revisit a lost love. The lady was there and still beautiful. Yet, he pull of memory was such that he cannot bring himself to reclaim her.

defiant is the house
looking down on all who passes
yet none dared to venture near
save those wild flowers

his chest still shakes
as he spied on her this foggy morning
bent as she was,beauty never let her go
only loneliness drained her of life

the lace that he gave her once
almost dragged her neck so graceful
although bare but baring no pretension
just so warm with passion ever free

her family were long gone
so were his bitterness. Man
should never hate the dead
despite the sharp pain, clinging still.

musch as he loved her, these
much-travelled laegs stood stiff
as memories taunts the rushing blood
to stop still, clogging his blue veins

when stars beckon and dark blankets ruled
night's creature sang to vanquish he emptiness
trying to sparkle those flickering candles
soon, soft music floated about, above yet never out

as the dark shadows scratched his heart
cold monsoon drizzle shook him hard
but these legs stood rooted
as if this earth desire it so

when cocks crows no more, one groggy man
dug a grave. She was there, wheelchair-bound
one by one , little crystal fall, chained to one another
out of a flooded chest

 

 

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Reviewed by Joanna Leone 8/4/2008
Another beautiful and well written piece. I will track your work, and look forward to reading more!
Reviewed by Gloria Gay 8/1/2008
Shimmering, translucent. This is a lovely story of life, love and tragedy.



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