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Dew Drop Words
by pat medlin
Monday, August 27, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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What language of shared understanding

do we use my love

in ending this entangled bedlam that is us?

What ficticious words will render

this severance

barren of accusations and guilt?

Let us take leave now

with our sad remorse and longings

and linger no longer

lest our bloodless wounds fester

and our words churning in bitter bile

spew forth from guts twisted in pain...

never to be retrieved.

Yet in the certainty of end

words matter not

and are as dew drops

falling on a raging fire.





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Reviewed by Amor Sabor 10/23/2013
Your words are captured in the reality of relationships that are the walking dead refusing acknowledgement for far too long. It is like this in too many lives. This is an excellent write that could not have been stated any better than this.
Reviewed by Michael True 9/27/2013
So many carefully chosen words to say, no words will ever mask or make clear the message of goodbye. May the clarity of these words and your heart guide you to sunnier days. M.True
Reviewed by Lark Pogue 7/15/2013
You have just put into words my current situation, and this write is almost a year old. It does not get any better than this, tear jerker that it is.
Reviewed by William Bonilla 10/29/2012
A well composed piece and a pleasure to read
Love & peavce be with you

Reviewed by Regis Auffray 10/29/2012
The imagery and symbolism that you have used very effectively convey the theme of your poem. Well done, Pat; and thank you for sharing. Love and best wishes,

Reviewed by Dark Knight 10/28/2012
wow-this is great poetry
Reviewed by Andy Turner 10/28/2012
Evaporation. We are no more than the morning dew.
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 10/25/2012
This is beautiful poetic literature Pat, and very spiritual
for me as I felt The Lord is Narrator & that in itself
is even more priceless to this poem's essence. Your poets voice
is lovely & beautiful, this is so much more than a love poem

Love & Heavenly Balms
Reviewed by Duke LaRance 8/29/2012
"...bedlam that is us...." is so descriptive of all relationships.
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 8/29/2012
Your poem pierced my heart in so many ways~
Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci 8/27/2012
I love the last part..."and are as dew drops falling on a raging fire." Fine writing!

Love ya!

Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader) 8/27/2012
In the 'write what you know' and it will show adage, you have, and IT DOES! Magnificent lines, Pat. I felt each one of them. ~~ Diana
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 8/27/2012
this is a most heartbreaking write of the pain in two people seperating after love has been shared.
Reviewed by Lonnie Hicks 8/27/2012
A stunning piece of work. Out of pain, sometimes, courage and inspiration for others emerge.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 8/27/2012
A poignant, wise, and calmly beautiful poem of deliverance from raging words.

However, I couldn't contain myself, because I do drop words from time to time. ;-)

Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 8/27/2012
Pat ~
A heartbreak of words no doubt the dew drops
have flamed the rising fire storm.

Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 8/27/2012
That last stanza is so powerful!!! Awesome writing, Pat.

Reviewed by D. Vegas 8/27/2012
Pat, Your words are like an angry storm with raindrops

Reviewed by Kathleen Janz-Anderson 8/27/2012
I can hear the gut wrenching in your words. Very well said.
Reviewed by Edward Phillips 8/27/2012
Some give us only the sizzle and no substance.
You give us the "whole enchilada," and you set
the page on fire.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 8/27/2012
Sorry to know of this situation, Pat, but hopefully both of you will heed this call for leaving in peace. Very hard to do. We want to lash out. To hurt. Hopefully it will not be the case here.
Reviewed by Janna Hill 8/27/2012
This is so painful yet so beautiful. For a moment my heart broke.
Reviewed by Miss Wisdom (Reader) 8/27/2012
"words as dew drops falling on a raging fire" Wow!

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