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Wings of Endless Dawn
by Susan K. de Vegter
Thursday, July 29, 2010
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Soaring on wings of the endless dawn
Skimming the earth...only as pawns
Before we know it...
In no time at all
We'll deserve what we have
With no where to fall
Let favorite illusions be as they must
Fleeting they come
As going they rust
We've visited before
Devored it all
Savored the taste and just had a ball
Together as friends
Escorting our muse
Shared ageless beauty and boundless reviews
Dearest of hearts and ageless ambitions
Hold me quick...fast
Keep tight this transition
Tomorrow will come and in all our haste
The sunset will blossom with no after taste
Then just as the midnight collapses around us
Our daydreams balloon ...
Our tears become rusted
Our hearts will regain what beat it remembers
As dawn brings new drama to dying old embers
And daylight reminds us that living is pain
Until nighttime commits us to travel again.

© Susan Kathryn de Vegter



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Reviewed by Pierre Ortega
"and daylight reminds us that living is pain" I know this all too well great poem. Love, Pierre
Reviewed by Paul Judges
Very well put together, Susan
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
You said it, girl. So glad to read your words again. May your enthusiasm return as well.

Ron
Reviewed by Andy Turner
The flow is always like a gentle ease of breese.
The differing days make this alive and so true to many of the likes.
Reviewed by Christine Alwin
..such emotion flows from this..life deals us so many things that we need to deal with..this is heartfelt~
Christine
Reviewed by John Flanagan
It's hard to sustain such an exceptional flight, Susan, but you succeed remarkably, admirably well.

John
Reviewed by jude forese
conceptually stimulating as well as well written ...
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
So good to read you Susan. Top shelf poetry, always. This poem is not only beautiful but deeply thought provoking.
Reviewed by Paul Berube
Absolutely fantastic, Susan. Great job with this beautiful piece.
Reviewed by Felix Perry
Awestruck at this one Susan, it has been a whiile since you last posted but you sure make up for it when you do. This is a masterpiece of reflection and foresight combined. Enjoyed and empathized.
fee
Reviewed by John Domino
Susan,

Don't come down to earth. Write another poem.

Blessings,

John MD
Reviewed by Douglas Bentley
Where shooting stars admits spectacular poetry to regain
Wondering where you have been
Like little children with valentines to send
Our tears become fused
Life remains confused. . . . . . .

Love those last 2 lines
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson
Susan, it is good to see your words again. The verse is ecellent as always, yet there seems and feels a finality in these words...might just be me...good to see you again.

Are you back home yet?

Always Allen
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
I felt myself carried along as though on wind currents as I read each verse, Susan. Thank you. Love and best wishes to you,

Regis
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