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Never looks back
by dan Rosenhagen

Friday, October 12, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Nature moves on, revealing its destiny with acceptance

Never looks back

He began his mortality as one, alone,
in his growing passionate years he found love and became two, together.
Sadly, only in time then, to be one again, by himself.

Simplicity is the picture painted by destiny,
as his story is that which is life’s common nature.

But as I look between the penciled etching of his life and that
which is the infinite canvas, I see the colors of dark storms and purple-orange sun sets,
blue waters and raging streams,
tender embraces and misunderstood dreams,
 
 
flowered yellow fields and emerald tears,
groans, and moans, contenting touches and nurturing hidden fears,
the brightest light and realities’ revealing mirrors,
year after year, after year.

The wind never looks back,
but from time to time,
it changes its face to reflect what looks like yours and mine,
wrapping itself around the windows of time.

 

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Reviewed by steve Chering 10/25/2012
Highly classy stuff Dan. You're up there and way above my league.
I feel like a beginner now. Hang on a minute, I am. lol

Regards steve
Reviewed by jude forese 10/24/2012
good one ...
Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader) 10/16/2012
This is an encompassing writing, which I find contains sparkling treasures of thought. Very much value I find in this: "Simplicity is the picture painted by destiny," And the last four lines are superb. What a clause to keep in the front of our shirts: "The wind never looks back," I just love that. ~~ Diana
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 10/14/2012
the wind never looks back, puts a lot in perspective. Like this.
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 10/13/2012
Just beautiful Dan! You are a virtuoso at this ~
Blessings, xo
Christine
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 10/13/2012
It seems as though you are writing about Van Gogh. Perhaps not.

Ron
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 10/13/2012
I Love This Dan,and so much so that I am just going to quote you:

"The colors that you are,
crystal sapphires, jade, ebony,
turquoise, the white bright light of a star.
You must then know they were created from blue burning flame...."

Readdressing Misunderstood Dreams
Love Always & Awesome Chit Chats :)
Vickie...I Embrace The Wind
...yeah & Vice-Ahhhh-Versa :)
Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci 10/12/2012
The one dimension-ness of his aloneness given proper color and depth perception by the artist as if he was on the outside looking in at this man's life enough to let the viewer see his own and someone else's life in the picture is so cool!

Love ya!

Jane
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 10/12/2012
Likened to tributaries of a small
stream flowing into the bigger river
*dan* you have flowered the way with
the wind at one's back so beautifully

Lady Vivian



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