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Dream Catcher
by anne cunningham
Saturday, January 11, 2003

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The hole in my soul,
is this devoid place,
where something died,
revealing a fresh field,
ill-suited for new crops.

Its shape is a big zero,
an expansive bold circle,
all in all encompassing,
and yet within this space,
vacancy remains occupant.

The wind cuts me in half
as I thread and weave
hope into firm resolve,
a million clever stitches
to catch my inner dreams.

My heart is threadbare,
my inner artwork weak,
wispy-stranded webbing,
a half-hitched last ditch,
to catch the falling stars.





.... alternate title to this poem "If Only My Heart Were a Spider Who Could Shit Web!"

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Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 1/11/2003
Beautiful work.
Peggy
Reviewed by Jenni Kalicharan 1/11/2003
Very good imagery used here...
Thank you for your comment on my poem...
Jenni
Reviewed by J John (Reader) 1/11/2003
:( vivid write .. filled with emotions .. j
Reviewed by Sara Wadington 1/11/2003
Heartfelt poetry~ very strong imagery~ The last stanza is so moving, makes me think of my own "dreamcatcher"..sigh..Very Beautifully written and I like the title at the bottom too~~;) Thanks
Reviewed by john zimmerman 1/11/2003
well written, the use of the dream catcher image is great ------

nicely done

john +
Reviewed by Gilles Marchand 1/11/2003
Very well said and I did like the secound
tiltle that you had also :)
Blue eyed fish...
Reviewed by Erin Kelly-Moen 1/11/2003
I like this title, anne, and I love the sybolism of the dream catcher in your piece! Which saddens me and makes me want to help you weave your dreams back into you. Strongly felt emotions you've written, pulling strings from heart. You may use them, if you wish, to help strengthen yours. :)
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