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  • Richard J. Bates
    Who s ascared of rough waters? For some who answer the call, the salty,stinging, unpredictable skirting which hems the sea of life could present no greater
    Message 1 of 6 , May 31, 2009
      Who's ascared of rough waters?

      For some who answer the call, the salty,stinging, unpredictable skirting which hems the sea of life could present no greater challenge than that which resides behind the blinding white page.
      It's unfettered ambition resides there, unseen for most.
      Aaah dear lady, but YOU have heard its struggle and sensing its whereabouts, with powerful hands of intent have reached in and have wrestled them to the surface. [Don't throw that one back.]
      In other words ... that's a pretty good poem. =:)
      [that's a smiley with spiked hair]
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      --- In ticket2write@yahoogroups.com, "Carol" <carol_emt87@...> wrote:
      >
      > Blank Page (recently revised)
      >
      >
      > Oh sweet seductress
      > you blank page,
      > virginal bride shine moonlight
      > across the shadow of my face
      >
      > Lift that dark challis;
      > spill burgundy blood along
      > a sheath of ivory linen
      >
      > My dear, how I love to
      > scribble scratch scar
      > mar your delicate beauty
      > with slick smears, smudges
      > and soot
      >
      > Oh lovely one, eternity trumpets;
      > darling midwife of stark white,
      > give birth to me in dreams
      > with fists clenched tight
      > and eyes sewn shut
      >
      > Oh passionate lover,
      > how we shall dance
      > until the dawn yanks back
      > her silk grey curtain
      > and leaves us electric
      > breathless
      > and out
      > of ink
      >
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