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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Blue (10/08/09)

TITLE: Blue (i)
By Lacy Marsh
10/14/09


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Blue was the expansiveness,
The unattainable when you touched me
It was the depth of ache in loveís first abyss

Blue was the whisper you left in my ear,
The pulse,
The picture frame of time standing still

Blue was the masquerade of passion
Running through my veins
The shadow that walked in my footfalls
Hiding all but my eyes

It was to me the lightís refraction of heaven,
And the hope that we could touch it


Blue became the lines of the letter
And the holes left growing on my heart
It was the message
Empty hands left holding
The package of unrequited love

Blue was the sound and the song
Of my being breaking
Inside itís frozen expanse
It was the lostness
Essence of memories

Blue held heaven
Surging tides of promise
To fall in circles of time

Blue forgiveness
The richness
To wash over
The depths of goodbye


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Joanne Sher 10/20/09
This is just lovely. Powerful images, and very evocative writing.