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  misty design
by jude forese
Friday, November 30, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.

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Because we endeavor

to blend our dreams,


to strengthen our bond

created when time began,

we unravel the course we’ve taken,


fashioned by creation

twisting us into form -


I never cease anticipating

our extraordinary encounters

on the rainy streets of time


nor cease looking for your mysterious face

in the reflection of life’s puddles and streams


nor deny our auras to pass through

mutual wanderings


I know you will never repudiate

who we are becoming


like me,

you still aspire to clarify our misty design

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Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson 1/12/2013
We are all mere mortals swept up by sands of time...A great write Jude!...M
Reviewed by steve Chering 12/16/2012
Misty design' There it is. fabb stuff.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 12/13/2012
That happened to me... ...and then, she changed her mind. Thank you, Jude. Love and peace,

Reviewed by Axilea MU 12/12/2012
Aspiring to clarify the misty design is the task of a life, that requires clarity and vision. It also works better with love and great trust. All the facets of an encounter that develops into much more, in my opinion.

Reviewed by Jon Willey 12/7/2012
sand aggregate and water are shapeless until the hands of man blend them into concrete, then almost any form and endless functions appear - so it is with us as we have been formed, simple dna from a misty design we dare to imagine - this is creative work jude that challenges our imagination and forces us to delve into the misty slopes of our creation - I wish you love and peace my dear friend - Jon Michael
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 12/3/2012
Indeedledoo, Kartero. One of your expansive, perfect utterances which quintessentially expresses the heartlonging and perennial search for the "lost" other/mother/lover which many of us experience in one form - or a combination of all three. This breathes easy, as if in the forthtelling of ancient acquired wisdom and revelation. A spell in the wilds obviously does wonders for both the clarity of your vision and the strength of your beating heart. Estupendo! :)) xx
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 12/2/2012
simply stated but, very complex. Lovely.
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 12/2/2012
this is so very lovely Jude
and as always, your poetic voice
is utterly beautiful...

Divine Universes & Aura Jewels
Reviewed by Lily of Lough Neagh C. Dennis-Woosley 12/1/2012
:) thought creates form...
I enjoyed the depth of this writing
You give us much to think about always...
rather like minded we are, you just express
it more here :)

Love and Light
Reviewed by RWE SAYS BYE 12/1/2012
ah the mystery of mist... socked in and saturated like a deluge of depth, this poem permeates as it probes with purpose through the reader's psyche... I love the imagery and the metaphorical purport... nicely penned, jude... will come back to this again for another read or two or three, I am sure...

Reviewed by Ronald Hull 12/1/2012
I'm with you. I'm amazed at how science is beginning to unravel our heritage through archaeology in DNA analysis.

Reviewed by Ed Matlack 12/1/2012
As mystical you are as ever, Bob...e
Reviewed by Mor Inchrory 12/1/2012
Hi Jude,

I have the same problem in the morning, until find out where I left my specs.

Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson 11/30/2012
beautiful~~~stolen moment in time
Reviewed by Dawn Richerson 11/30/2012
Love the journey and those rainy streets of time. Love this poem, so clearly articulating our misty design.
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 11/30/2012
*jude* You are the star
designed to rise out of
this mist..

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Joy Hale 11/30/2012
Your poem put me in a romantic mode. The mist, the memories, looking for her face in the puddles and streams of life. This is poetically brilliant, Jude. *****

Joy L. Hale
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 11/30/2012
A brilliant and extraordinary encounter of our misty design
to become enriched by your thoughts.

Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 11/30/2012
Hey Jude,
I agree with Sherry, this is absolutely beautiful poetry in motion. I would never reject the idea of any of your work, you are always spot on accurate not only with your surface meanings but with the depth of emotion that is felt when I read your magnificent poetry!
This poem really touches me deeply, and it is worthy of a recitation.

If you should recite this poem please let me know I would love to hear it.

Much peace light, and love,

Reviewed by Sherry Heim 11/30/2012
This is really beautiful, Jude, I couldn't have said it better myself.
Take care,
Reviewed by Terry Rizzuti 11/30/2012
Great job, jude, I like it.
Reviewed by T Jett (Reader) 11/30/2012
Reviewed by Elisabeth Barstowe 11/30/2012
Beautiful writing. I love the last line.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 11/30/2012
The last line is mystical and closes the poem so very dramatically, Jude. I like your otherworldly premise in this and many of your poems, and the use of the type font goes a long way in enabling this otherworldly premise.

  1. I Wish I Knew
  2. Again I Ask For More...
  3. The Beauty Of Spring
  4. 'Just How I Feel
  5. a signal yet learned
  6. A Northern Ass...
  7. Bottle Decapitation
  8. Reciting Those Words
  9. The Saga of Yupshit
  10. Encounters: Little Red Riding Hood (and ot
  11. Absurd Valley
  12. What Will Be
  13. abstraction on evergreen sojourn
  14. Listening to the Echoes
  15. The Freight Train
  16. an aging man still searching...
  17. This Woman
  18. Never-Ending
  19. The Dream Me
  20. Just Once

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