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Stars Shattered You Blind
by Tabitha R Carter

Thursday, March 19, 2009
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Sensitive to the skin of your sweetness.
A treasure worth submitting to jewel.
Crazy, obsurd is your wisdom,
but never once did I leave unmoved.

Your rabbit hole is wide and open,
rainbows flood from your mind,
I applaud the journey taken to wonderland,
but landing on glass is your fight?

One word slices your scars?
One phrase more than itches your rash?
Digging, unearthing more than a sword
has stabbed you in the back?

Wild rides have raided my wonders.
And I've wonder the sanity around white.
But does it matter whether a theory is truth?
For that theory exists and flies right?

Damaged your imagery, I suppose.
Haunted your stressed filled home.
Erase me because I am the convict?
Asumption always gets old.

I personally invite you to question
anything that troubles your path.
Perhaps I overexplain everything
and have caused such a determined blast.

Stars in your eyes?
Did a comet shoot you blind?
Twisting and tilting through this universe....wondering, once again....
where is your fight?

Selfish am I to the shatter on the floor.
Perhaps I do overlook, overlap and gallop uselessly through your door.

Seriously, what can I do?
Be sunshine to your mornings
but the final death of you?

I do that without intention.
My curiosity strikes me forward.
And then, once I understand.....
I don't tread rim around your core.

It's not me who plagues.
I am just a flip of tip.
I sit and I watch, I wait and read......
dipping, dipping.....dip.


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Reviewed by M. Teresa Clayton 3/29/2009
Tabitha - I've been making my rounds - missed this den of yours, and all the exciting poetry you write. This fairytale especially.
Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 3/28/2009
Excellent poem,great work,take care

Reviewed by * Starman * * 3/21/2009
This is an amazing writing here, of which many points I related to totally. That is the mark of good writer, when many think it is about them that is written. I believe it. Great, mighty in scope and power. Many mysteries you speak of here. Answers deserving of your questions are in this very room. We shadows come and go, but sometimes leave footprints in time that can't be erased. This writing speaks of Time, Space and Feelings. Sometimes when animals, wizards, and white rabbits are wounded they prepare to die and forget to say the goodbyes. Then when they unexpectedly recover life is never the same again.

Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 3/21/2009
YIkes, haven't been here in awhile, Tabitha, such intensity in this poem!
love the imagery you have chosen my friend!
This stuns the soul once again!
As I always say Sweetie, FOLLOW YOUR HEART, that is the right way, and only way...
Love the bluntness in all, I follow that same strength of level...As your writing ranting, continues!

Warmest Blessings, LOVE, and Bright Light, Warrior PURPLE LADY SHEExooo
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 3/21/2009
You elicit much thought and reflection with you verses, Tabitha. Thank you for sharing. Love and best wishes,

Reviewed by Jon Willey 3/20/2009
do it your way Tabitha -- life is too short to constantly walk the long way around and appease - in the final analysis, it never accomplishes what you wanted --go and, "do it your way" -- peace and love-- JMW
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 3/19/2009
Sometimes it is better to live your life the way YOU want, especially when it makes you smile and feel good, very deeply descriptive piece always with the thread of love running through...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Felix Perry 3/19/2009
Tab as always your unique way with words stirs thought and allows the reader to believe that living can be a wonderful experience...thanks for sharing.

Reviewed by Elizabeth Price 3/19/2009
Quite a thought provoking journey here. Write on. Liz
Reviewed by Tabitha Carter 3/19/2009
Maybe this is a little bit harsh. I had no idea that there are attackers going around right now. Sounds like Im one of them with this poem. No, really....I am confused and I hope it shows through with these words. I love everyone here on AD and maybe I tend to overwelcome myself to be so blunt and forget sensitivity exists and pours blood.
Reviewed by Leonardo Catprio 3/19/2009
This is a stunning Lewis Carrolian type reference to someone you must love very much that hurt you. Your pain is evident in your verses. Who is this wizard of which you speak. A dear friend to be sure. Excellent imagery throughout. You write with the tongue of Byron himself.

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