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Friday, April 19, 2002

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Clouds drift in from shores so far
Heat collects like balled energy beneath the cover
He stands alone at the bar
Sips bitter water, yearns for a lover
Music rocks the floor, people talk
Too much noise, time to walk

Oppressive air, no flow
A rumble, a thunderclap
Nowhere to go
Lightning sets the night ablaze

The storm rolls in on winds unbound
Rain falls, driven, drop by drop
Steam rises from cooling ground
He walks ~ nowhere to stop ~
His spirits brighter ~
And walks, his steps lighter and lighter...


You may substitute "She" for "He" matters little.

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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 9/28/2008
Finally. I've found something I had not read before. Well. I am not disappointed, Gina. This could be me... ...totally. Thank you. Love and best wishes to you,

Reviewed by Rodney Bohen 5/4/2003
It was my pleasure to partake of this piece like a fruit ready to be consumed.I felt this good writing Regina..
Rodney Evan Bohen
Rodney Evan Bohen
Reviewed by Bobbi Duffy 2/5/2003
I enjoyed this because it reminded me of myself.
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 7/24/2002
well done......... ;0)
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 5/22/2002
Good form. Very well done. Just the right touch of meloncholia. Enjoyed it. ~E
Reviewed by Ronald Dondiego 4/27/2002
Hi Regina, I loved the mood that this poem evokes - made me recall those smoky days of semi-ruin. RD
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 4/27/2002
You caught the moment ... been there.
Reviewed by Robin Labenberg 4/22/2002
Original and creative..Liked this a lot
Reviewed by Robin Labenberg 4/21/2002
Regina means a queen and you are that.
Reviewed by Gregory Sonn (Reader) 4/20/2002
The rain always cheers me up too! Nothing like a good walk in the rain. Sometimes people are too much at times and you painted that beautifully. Gregg
Reviewed by Janet Caldwell 4/20/2002
You are a master in the art of poetry.

Janet xoxoxoxo
Reviewed by J John (Reader) 4/20/2002
Enjoyed ... j
Reviewed by Trixie Love 4/20/2002
G'Morning Gina,
Missed you lots...
Glad to see you here again... :)
I love this write...
Fantastic as always...

Have a great weekend...

Reviewed by Cathy Montgomery (Reader) 4/20/2002
Wow! Excellent!
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 4/20/2002
I like this Gina!!!!! Very inspirational!!!!

Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by Masarat Daud (Reader) 4/19/2002
Aaah, Gina's back with a bang!! Hehe welcome back dear! Excellent write!!!!
Reviewed by John Reilly (Reader) 4/19/2002
Thank you for allowing me to make that substitution( I enjoy seein shit from the other side of the glass) I dug it
Reviewed by E T Waldron 4/19/2002
From the depths to the heights ...excellent metaphor
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