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Poems -> Sad :  A SONG OF YESTERDAY AND TOMORROW
 

 
When he died, she died too.
Wreathed in wilted flowers
and silent pain, she sat staring
lifelessly at her trembling hands,
feeling words erupting from her
insane soul, abandoning her books,
her papers, her life.
----she was confused, so confused----
Her mind was a pool crying for the
Other Side, a sea in turmoil, a wild
tide embracing her heart in sweet
depths of anguish and horror.
----she was confused, so confused----
The condolences, the sympathy:
She remembers, she still remembers.
The comfort – where was it? Where
was it?
She was oppressed, suffocated,
agonizing.
She was looking for salvation,
She was looking for him in her bed,
in her hair, in her veins, in her despair.
But he was a petal falling, falling.
(her heart was still laid at his feet)
Where was he? Where was he?
Did he sleep? Say God he did sleep…


One day, one day in November, she
opened the gate, she greeted hell,
burning her heart calmly and so well.
----she was daft, she was dazed----
She jumped, diving into his soul,
crying, swearing she was whole.

__________________________________________

His bitter blood covered her in sorrow.
(yesterday and tomorrow)





Karla Bardanza

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TrabisDeMentia
Posted: 2010/10/16 23:03  Updated: 2010/10/16 23:03
Not too shy to talk
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 Re: A SONG OF YESTERDAY AND TOMORROW
"She jumped, diving into his soul,
crying, swearing she was whole."

Wow, that was just beautiful :)

I'm so glad to see you here!

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KarlaBardanza
Posted: 2010/10/16 23:05  Updated: 2010/10/16 23:05
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 Re: A SONG OF YESTERDAY AND TOMORROW/Trabis
I love writing in English.I am glad I am here.Thanks for the invitation.


Karla B

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heterodynemind
Posted: 2010/10/17 5:19  Updated: 2010/10/17 5:19
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 Re: A SONG OF YESTERDAY AND TOMORROW
This is totally awesome. I love your style here. It's that kind of open-mouthed wonder you do so well. Glad you're here and happy that I get to be here also. cheers, P

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KarlaBardanza
Posted: 2010/10/17 13:21  Updated: 2010/10/17 13:21
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 Re: A SONG OF YESTERDAY AND TOMORROW/Heterodynemind
Thanks so much for your comment.I am glad you are here too.


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GlennMcCrary
Posted: 2010/11/16 3:56  Updated: 2010/11/16 3:56
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 Re: A SONG OF YESTERDAY AND TOMORROW
Very deep and I could feel the sorrow within your words. Good job. :)

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KarlaBardanza
Posted: 2010/11/16 12:49  Updated: 2010/11/16 12:49
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 Re: A SONG OF YESTERDAY AND TOMORROW/GlennMcCrary
Thanks for you lovely comment.Much enjoyed.


Karla B

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