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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 3 – Advanced)
Topic: Confused (08/16/07)

TITLE: I Remember Now
By Theresa Veach
08/19/07


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I never saw it coming. This death has me so confused.
Every sight blinds me and reminds me
of you
From the color of your yellow room to the tulips that you grew
I remember now
God must show me what to do.

I never heard it coming. This death has me so confused.
Every sound confines me and reminds me
of you
From the music at the grocery store to voice messages I canít listen to
I remember now
God must tell me what to do.

I never imagined it coming. This death has me so confused.
Every thought entwines me and reminds me
of you
From the shallow ones of dinner plans to the deep knowledge Iíve nothing left to lose.
I remember now
God must my thoughts renew.

I never dreamed it coming. This new life has me so confused.
Everything unbinds me and reminds me
Of what is true
Yes my old self has died and I wonder where my life went to
I remember now
God I gave my life to You.


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Janice Cartwright08/23/07
It is true: confusion is often a symptom of profound grief. Liked the cadence as well as the message.
Joanne Sher 08/25/07
Excellent use of repetition. Very heartfelt.
Jacquelyn Horne08/28/07
Wonderful poem. You brought it all together in the end.