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he deals them nightly
edges worn pale
in the shuffling
passage of years

routine rather than faith
guides his hands
in familiar patterns
cover and cross
before and behind

the cards cast him
into shadowed corners
not of what could be
but a reflection
of what was, what is

Lovers cross
the Wheel of Fortune
Two of Cups
shows itself
"the poisoner of souls"
Five of Swords
"the burden shouldered"

arcane therapy closes
wrapped in purple silk
reduced to regret, nostalgia
all so much noise
no room left
in today's steel and concrete
for fingers
of forgotten gods



------
Smile if you're stupid,
laugh if you understand.


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The following comments are for "Tarot"
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Insomnia74, Wonderful poem, your description of the tarot was very interesting. I also enjoyed the flow of the words. It kept the poem flowing and moving. Other then the quotation marks this poem lacked punctuation, something I would have tried to add (although I am not always successful at it). Other then that this was a well written piece. Later, Dras

( Posted by: Drastine [Member] On: May 4, 2002 )

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Congratulations; you have sucessfully and totally integrated the title with your poem. I would have had no clue what the poem was about were it not for the title, and that added to it tremendously. The poem captures the mood very well, and I personally think that punctuation would hurt it. Unfortunately, I have nothing to say that will help you; I can't think of how to improve this. 9 of 10

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