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by Julianza (Julie) Kim Shavin

Tuesday, December 07, 2010
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Like a timid lover,
    the tide entreats
then retreats
      until it overcomes,
         yoking you
      in seaweed and shell-bits –

like, yet not unlike
     that dark floundering union
which, or rather, he
     was never able to fish out

what he wanted,
    only everything else –
hooks everywhere
    wounds  wicked   mean
and never a healing –
     from even the inconstant waves
such that
in the ocean,
      were you really in an ocean,
the sharks pled their
    swift thick love

so dfferent from when he,
     so long ago,
took your breath away,
from your gray gills
     to green lungs

filling, like you were some
   large plastic doll –
woman, rather,
    he made you
back when

his hands were velvet sand
    his shade, like the tamarind
and his mouth –

  his mouth was wind.



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Reviewed by J'nia Fowler 12/8/2010
Absolutely brilliant Julianza...
Reviewed by JASMIN HORST SEILER 12/7/2010
You are awash in poetry Julie, poetry that like your metaphoric ocean waves love tides and memories, Hugs!
Reviewed by Peter Schlosser (Reader) 12/7/2010
damn poetess, great stuff. how we are shaped and molded and bled by others, false gods like trojan horses, they get under our skin and replicate like mind and spirit viruses, vicious tides eating and eroding our geography until we lose ourselves in "seaweed and shell-bits." excellent julie!!
Reviewed by Gene Williamson 12/7/2010
Julie, dear Julie, how I wish I could write like this.
Oh, "that dark floundering union" is perfect.
as is that last line.
Hell, J, every line a metaphoric gem!

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