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The Dog's Good Eye
by Julianza (Julie) Kim Shavin
Friday, June 04, 2010
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Now that I've rooted out all of you,
your sounds fingers scents,
rooted out the face of the moon
and smack of sun
I am free, free

drinking silence and dark
no pulling, stretching, like I am taffy
for the cracking and consuming
no longer vat for endless
disappointment, need.

The underbellies of leaves
speak now -
slits of light in the withered fence
timid neglected corners,
the dog's good eye.

Fledglings nest in my brain.
Rain washes into me like
a thousand droplets of lover.

I am a rock that glints in the sun
happy with rockness
a star happy with starness
dust with dust in dust as dust.

The heavens adopt me
like an animal not its kin -
I am baptized in the
bludgeon of inner child,
that darling yes-thing.

And release is sweet
like her blood.

Julie K. Shavin  6 2010





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Reviewed by Peter Schlosser (Reader) 6/5/2010
It's like the cleansing process of all things surrogate inside us in order to return to our sovereign selves, i.e. inner child. Wonderful poetry Julie.
Reviewed by Paul Judges 6/5/2010
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 6/4/2010
Oooh, this is sizzling! Wonderful, vibrant poem.

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