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Prisoners escaping.
by Kay P M- Devenish

Monday, October 16, 2006
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Prisoners escaping


 

exits of the night


 


cautiously kill the guard



 

running out of sight.


 

No one to see them now

 

no witness to behold


 

the prison cell is empty


 

it feels so dark and cold.


 

The warden is still absent


 

no capture will be tried,


 

( impossible to capture tears,


 

'specially when they've dried.)


 

No bars to hold them in,


 

all the tears are free


 

and grief's the only criminal


 

in this prison I call-


 

'me.'
 


 

 
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Reviewed by dan Rosenhagen 6/10/2012
Another fine write PM. We are our own prisons,
as we are too, our own salvation.

Namaste'
dan
Reviewed by John Domino 1/25/2009
Great write!
I do prison ministry. How about you?

JMD
Reviewed by Tim Horton (Reader) 11/18/2006
Thankyou for this write, very powerful. Once again you've drawn me into your world. I love it, and you thankyou.

Tim.
Reviewed by Kimmy Van Kooten 11/15/2006
There are few people that can admit that their pain comes from within themselves...denial usually exceeds admittance.
You sparked my inner self with this write!
Excellent, creative piece!
Love and Peace~
Kimmy~
Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope) 11/14/2006
marvelous poem but the end was unexpected and it is the end itself that this poem is so interesting. As I said many times in my poems nobody can free anybody unless sombody frees himself/hereself.
Reviewed by Rhonda Galizia 11/14/2006
Kay,

Neither am I able to access your audible voice...but you speak quite clearly through your poetry!

Excellent revelation!
Blessings, Rhonda
Reviewed by Amira van Kerk 10/31/2006
Unfortunately I could not hear your voice - but I guess the problem lays at my side.
Great writing, nevertheless.
Amira
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 10/27/2006
Fantastic write....BHUWAN!!!
Reviewed by A PAX 10/24/2006
Oh your voice is so lovely
and the reading of it was beautiful
great job Kay
applause!
pax A
Reviewed by William Bonilla 10/21/2006
An outstanding write ..Kay
Great twist at the end
Love your work
thanks for sharing

Love & Peace
William
Reviewed by J M 10/18/2006
Your wave is pewrfect and your poetic voice as your pens voice is so nice to hear... This is a powerful poem...

Light & Peace,
Joselyn
Reviewed by Joyce Devenish 10/17/2006
Dear Kay,
I am only getting random words but your voice is very pleasant. And so is your poem. The problem could be my speakers. Love Joyce
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 10/17/2006
Let us hope the "escape" in beneficially therapeutic, Kay. Thank you for sharing your sentiments. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 10/17/2006
Hi Kay:

You have a wonderful voice! Enjoyed your recital! It is great to see you on the board once again!

Thanks so much for your prayers for my brother!

Sandie Angel a.k.a. Sandie May Angel :o)
Reviewed by E T Waldron 10/16/2006
Kay the poem is outstanding as is your recital! If that's a first you are a natural! Wow! I'm so impressed!;-) It's so good to read you,as always, but to hear you is really a treat! I don't know how to download it any better, this was great!

Love and hugs to you!
Eileen
Reviewed by jude forese 10/16/2006
outstanding metaphor and powerful sentiment ... an introspective release of emotion that i find extrememly sad yet dearly moving ...
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 10/16/2006
Emotional offering!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 10/16/2006
Wow Kay, a marvelously sad write..
x0x0x0x
SMooooooooo000000000000CH!
Reviewed by Steve Ralph 10/16/2006
my dearest Kay, this is so sad, beautifully written and recited, as always,
but so very sad.
take very good care my Ozzy friend,
your pommy pal Steve
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 10/16/2006
one of the saving graces of being female is the social acceptance of crying, knowing it releases so much.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 10/16/2006
BRavo bravo, this is a truly poignant write and you can tell it is straight from the heart and passion motivated. Very good.

Fee
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 10/16/2006
Excellent, Kay, very emotional write too many will identify with; well done!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot 10/16/2006
Ditto Lisa's comment here, an all to familiar malady of the mind.
Ty for the wisdom,
Ch'erie
Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers 10/16/2006
I don't think I know anybody that can't relate to this.
Great writing.

Lisa



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