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set aright
by Dawn Richerson

Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Rated "G" by the Author.
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as if capsized, yet unaware
I was drowning in stale air

life seemed so normal upside down
my verbs stuffed inside a noun

set aright, is this truth or dare?
circled back, seems here is there

the clock tick ticks as my heart clicks
zen rushes in, all is well
another story yet to tell
all is well, all is well

set aright and yet unaware
you float by in ocean air

you never knew sunny side up
your hollow heart an empty cup

capsized, lost and set far adrift
the poles of life and death did shift

the clock tick ticks and your heart clicks
zen rushes in, all is well
another story yet to tell
all is well, all is well


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Reviewed by Cryssa C 11/16/2011
love the flowing rhythm of this poem! It makes me smile...

Cryssa
Reviewed by jude forese 9/2/2011
tightly crafted, Dawn ...
Reviewed by E T Waldron 9/1/2011
lovely lilt to this fine poem,good to read you again,Dawn!
Reviewed by Glen Manese 8/31/2011
You weaved your words to this to the reader, seems you wanted to say this out loud, with the chorus line and the repetitive scale in the verse… Thanks for sharing…
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