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Posted: March 15th. 2005 10:14:11 PM
Lost In Translation
by Amiage Riverwind
Age Group: Adult
Lost in translation, waiting for the girl next door to nothing to pop her head out of her dark clouds and smile again. Waiting for that moment when all possibilities seem feasible again. When the past doesn't block the way and cry out in tidal waves like an aunt Sue who always repeats the same non-nonchalant insults to her weary-eyed spoiled children.
Lost in translation, behind the dew drops of painful memories that fill her head and bleed hate upon her heart. She sits searching deeply lost for a miracle that will waken her sleeping babe, so the petals of forever may resurface again.
Waiting calmly in desire; and longingly loving the shrill art of death. The mysterious ways she could place her mark on the egomaniacal world. For this day and that to come and carry her away to her bridegroom who sleeps in the underdark with his own sweet past.
Bewildered she steps off he pavilion of dreams and watches as they all slip away, screaming as mourning ghost to another girls eyes. What became of her reality laced with golden stars and little wings of fae. Smiles and roses once lined her bedside. Now the flowers are dead and the smiles are painted on to show the world it's all okay. But is it now.
Does she really believe that, or did all hope leave her when she found him covered in cold dead blood.
I waited there and watched as she cried out his name in sheer anxiety. Hoping this was all a dream. I received her ring once more as her wedding day once delivered and wear it proudly in my deathbed of ash.
We walk along, her and I on the path of broken dreams, searching for her miracle to come. Although far away, the miracle is there. And I still do cry to her through a souls deep fate. Begging and pleading for her to dream again and see the light that she once filled my heart with.
And I watch everyday, like a bird, as she slowly fades away. Hoping and praying that this is not to be her fate.
Amiage Loucri 2005
Author's Notes: Kinda a healing and hopeful poem.. in a sense
Author's Location: Santa fe, New Mexico
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