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Contrast
by Felix LeRoy Perry
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Contrast

By: Fee

 

 His darkness, her light

divided but not apart

blinded eyes bleed tears

 

 in state of limbo

paying for sins undefined

heart purgatory

 

No one sees but them

bittersweet pain behind a veil

pretending to breathe

  

Looking for a sign

watching in the dark of hurt

for reason to go on…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader)
No wonder there are so many comments to this writing. Its very brevity is its substance. I truly appreciate this piece, all of it. There is hugeness to the concepts of: "divided but not apart" "....sins undefined" (that one is loaded with layers upon layers); and "heart purgatory," is about the best way I've ever seen heartache written down for the reading. "pretending to breathe" carries an essence of suffocation that can be felt just looking at those three words. Immaculate poetry in my eyes, Fee. ~~ Diana
Reviewed by Duke LaRance
So much said with so few words...perfect....
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
Dark & deep, dude...e
Reviewed by Mary Lacey, Desertrat
Fe,

Loved the contrast, but so sad!

Mary
Reviewed by Kate Clifford
Love the way you put this together!
Reviewed by Shirley Houston
This touched my soul. How sad the place where love is no longer alive!
Reviewed by D. Vegas
Sad!

Deborah
Reviewed by jude forese
faith and hope keeps us moving on ... you poem's finale captures the essence of for a way to escape the pain as we endure it ...
Reviewed by Rose Rideout
This is wonderful Felix, There's a shiver within your words. Great write.

Love ya face Cuz Hugs XOXOXO, Rose
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
And sometimes the differences a insurmountable....beautifully penned, Fee...

Hugs,
Anna
Reviewed by Laurel Lamperd
Very traumatic words, Felix
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger
Expressionist you are to capture this light and dark
emotional write.

Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Linda Hill
Felix,
Stark and real. Very moving, Fee.

blessings,
+Linda
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
I get a great deal out of reading these words because what they express is familiar to me. Thank you. I also wonder as to why you don't deem me worthy of a comment or two from you on the "stuff" that I share. Thank you for sharing, Fee. Love and peace,



Regis
Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci
Oh, how I know that dark place! Light a candle!

Love ya!

Jane
Reviewed by Christine Alwin
Makes me think of a teeter-totter, trying so desperately to find a balance, that seems so difficult to do..sad poem~
Hugs,
Chrissie
Reviewed by Budd Nelson
Fee,
It is my profound hope this is of the muse and not personal, you should be in the light..always.
Budd
Reviewed by Laura Fall
A Deeply moving write Laura
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
Opposites attract. It's in our genetic makeup. Civilization is spent a lot of time and effort trying to deny it, but it cannot be denied. Viva la difference!

Ron
Reviewed by Richard King
Fee, as long as we are still "Looking for a sign" there is reason for optimism, the breeding place for hope and expectation. Dick
Reviewed by RWE SAYS BYE
a felt edge to this velvet verse... torrid and terse... like an anguished curse... put upon to rehearse... drenched in heavy darkness, alighting to rehearse... the same surly dreams... light and dark intersperse...

A rich poem, Fee...

Roger
Reviewed by neerja gandhi
Hope..the reason to go on...I read somewhere, I agree :) best wishes
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
Dark. I like dark. You put this together as perhaps you are living it. Hoping for better days if that is so, Felix.
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