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The Daughter Of The Lion
by John Richard Lindermuth

Sunday, September 05, 2004
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     The daughter of the lion, smiling,


boldly winks an amber eye and (with subsequent kindness) ensnares sad sea-goat like ancient flies enmired in amber.


     More kindness,


Balm of Gilead, sought so long in solitude, and conversation among volumes old and new; saccadic glances and one reveals self (a bit).


     Lunch in a cold cafe, surrounded by beings who do not exist, affirming affirmations; becoming strangers less. A touch, accipetral.


     Then - fantasy relinguished, actuality confronted, rewarded by acceptance. Thus, negating anxiously rehearsed excuses and lamentations.


     Anticipation.


     Undine, gracefully traversing a candle-lighted room, seats herself among strangers, gently accepting blatant adoration.


      Milky flesh enhanced by midnight blue, revealed to be enamored of the sea, the lioness sups on succulent, roseate crustacea and Chablis, yet remains


      Enigma.


 


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Reviewed by john salmon 9/28/2008
a most enjoyable poem well written
Reviewed by Leann Marshall 3/9/2008
This is filled with imagery and mystery--romantic but troubling. Thank you for sharing this, John.
Leann
Reviewed by Kia Williams (Reader) 9/27/2006
Beautiful.
Reviewed by Hanley Harding 9/2/2006
...both fascinating and intriguing... VERY enjoyable.

Doc
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 3/12/2006
Intriguing and deserving of more than just one reading, John. Thank you. Love and peace,

Regis
Reviewed by Regina Pounds 3/8/2006
Robert's comment fits...I am left to wonder and to read again, my imagination is piqued...Undine a lion's daughter? mustn't take this literally...

Intriguing
Gina
Reviewed by jude forese 9/5/2004
uniquely cryptic ...
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