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The Dream Of A Rose
by Cathrine Hottran
Thursday, April 30, 2009
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Safe wouldn't have been
Deep inside sorrows
If I had lived for one day
Instead for tomorrows.

If I had opened my doors
And shed all those tears
The rainbows colors
Might have lightened my fears.

Instead I walked, fell
And started to crawl
I stayed down there
So I couldnít fall.

If I didnít leave
My blood on that thorn
The dream of a rose
Just might have been born.

2006

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Reviewed by L. Figgins 4/30/2009
So true that fear denies us much joy and revelation! But "blood on that thorn", it seems, is the price for being human. But I know your meaning here, as it relates to the previous stanza. And it's a brilliant last four lines, "If I didn't leave/ My blood on that thorn/The dream of a rose/ just might have been born." Truly beautiful...

Lin
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 4/30/2009
How I can appreciate these meaningful verses, Cathrine. There is so much truth expressed within them. Thank you. Love and best wishes,

Regis

PS: It's nice to read you again.
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