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by Kathryn Seifert
Saturday, November 29, 2008
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"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy."
From Hamlet, Act 1.
William Shakespeare


On a blanket at the beach.
I heard a familiar voice.
"I'm drowning, I can't breath.
Help me, save me," He cried.
I heard his words in my head.
I saw visions of a child,
Native American by birth.
As he sunk beneath the lake
Gasping, alone, and afraid.
I saw from his eyes, as
The water covered my head,
I wailed his words of death.
"I'm drowning, I can't breath.
Help me, save me," He cried.
Watery grave and tears as
His life abandoned his body.
And yet, it's all in my head.
"What an odd day dream," I said.
Two hundred miles away
My husband, soon to be,
Lay crushed in the streets
Lungs collapsed, drowning in blood,
Saying the words that I heard
Inside my head.
Discover the Wise old Woman
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Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 6/3/2009
Wow! Quite a gripping write Kathryn. Well done.

Reviewed by Sheila Roy 5/9/2009
Very unsettling. Great job with this poem. Hugs,
Reviewed by John Domino 4/25/2009
What a vision! This actually happened to me years ago. I closed my eyes for a few seconds near a pool where my daughter was swimming. She was a beginner. I visioned her going under water because I was not watching her intensely enough. So I opened my eyes and there she was blowing bubbles under water. I jumped into the pool and got her out FAST! She took a deep breath when I raised her to the surface. She was three. Now she is thirty something - she will never forget that day. Nor will I. Amen!
Reviewed by 000 000 11/30/2008
MOVING! Soul mates are joined in the wind, the earth and the sea. We can suffer and feel and hear them in their times of need.
Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 11/30/2008
Very deep and captivating poem you have written,take care

Reviewed by J. Pajot 11/29/2008
Very moving your precursor says..."more things in Heaven and Earth"...perhaps we have abandoned those energies too soon? Wishing you all good things,
Reviewed by Cindy Tuttle 11/29/2008
Kathryn, what a powerful poem!
With love,
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 11/29/2008

Synchronicity in visualization could this depicting in "Vision" be.

"Vision" leads the read to think on telepathic, and many forms of "Soulnetcomm".

In admiration,

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Richard Orey 11/29/2008
OMG! It's one of those paranormal events we hear about and question in our minds, "How the hell can this be?" Yet from time to time we learn of such happenings and sit shaking our heads. It brings to the forefront in the most dramatic way possible how closely connected we all are, far more so than we are wont to admit.

One lesson to be learned is that when we see another in distress by homelessness or neglect or abandonment or criminal act, we need to understand that this easily could be us and that we simply must rise up and respond. I believe that life is a lesson-driven journey. Every experience is an opportunity to learn and to grow.

My dear Kathy, in "Vision" you have brought to us all in graphic and violent images a circumstance that we wish never to occur, even as we acknowledge the reality of our God-like oneness.

A powerful write!


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