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We Made the Red Light
by M. C. Brown
Monday, May 17, 2004
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Water colored love
shades of blues, greens
rainbow filled hope
rasberry conversations
fermented days of longings
twisted testings of times and spaces
kneading out the wrinkles of misunderstandings
with one intention
to relinquish the yoke
to free the spirit
to fill the soul
beyond energies
distrubed
scattered
broken
all because the light in us
exudes dimly out of us
missing the pauses about us
seeing becomes less
visibilty wanes
darkness becomes the red light
we stop
believing
we explore no more
a piece of concrete
becomes the necklace
we wear around us
shades of gray
are all we have
censored by our own doings
we made the red light
it can turn to green again
if we only want it to
it can
we can
evolve
a higher place
infinitely triumph
purpose filled


 

 

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Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green 5/29/2004
Brava!! Brava!! Thank you!!!
Reviewed by Jane Rodway 5/21/2004
I enjoyed the use of colorful words in this, it really brought it to life and made it feel so visual. Great work!
Reviewed by Ann Piatt 5/21/2004
This is a very creative spin on love that has come to a standstill. And yes, i do agree...i think there where love once lived...and now sleeps...it can be awakened to live once more. Beautiful.
Reviewed by Nicole Davis Vergara (Reader) 5/18/2004
This is sooooo beautiful, and I agree with Lady Peg about absolutely loving the mixture of colors with everything! Simpley OUTSTANDING and TRUE DEEP WORK!!!!

~Nikki~
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 5/17/2004
I love how you stir the colors with emotions the memories and the defeats the joys and the romance how life is so real here in these beautiful verses...............
Deeply I was too moved i want to write like this one day!!!!


Lady Peg
Reviewed by Linda Hill 5/17/2004
Outstanding write, Marion.
Your verses moved me deeply.
EXCELLENT!

~Linda
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 5/17/2004
I loved this, outstanding and deep,

Reindeer
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson 5/17/2004
This most excellent write is much deeper that its surface reveals. Wonderfully done.
Allen
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