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  No More Tears
by Jim Stewart
Friday, August 14, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.

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No More Tears
By Jim Stewart c2009

I cried a tear last night
No one was there.

This empty silence screamed at me
Echoing off the walls.

The reverberation of my fears
Left me all alone.

As doubt melted into the synapses of my brain
Confusion rushed in.

Why? Why? Why? I screamed
As my questions went unanswered.

Empty are my senses
And numb are my feelings

I cried a tear last night.




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Reviewed by pat medlin
this is such an open sad write that can be related by everyone...pmedlin
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
Very emotional write, Jim. You evoked feelings of longing, desperation, frustration, and loneleness. Good job.

Reviewed by Kayla Pielmeier
I loved this poem. The way you wrote it really gives readers the chance not only to "watch the scene" you've laid out but to also feel the emotions. Great poem.
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
Aww, the sadness in this is so overwhelming...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
My friend I have been in that very room, where the tear dies a death of lonesomeness and apathy. One of those rooms was on St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans at the height of Mardi Gras many years ago. I was not in a party mood. Just so you know, there are some out here who can relate.
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