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Much Blood Flows
from old re-opened wounds
A tear in the seams
that should hold you together
gushes with things
you'd rather not remember

you find yourself
searching in the dark
for a needle and thread
to sew up the jagged edges
of the past you'd rather forget
if only you didn't have
this constant flow of reminders

Red is the color of
Love Rage and War
but you know it's something more
it is the color of a past long gone
a past that won't let you move on

it is the cold wet stickyness
that surrounds you
not allowing you to budge
forever holding the grudge
forever reminding you
the consequences of loving
too much.

------
Though nothing can bring back the hour
Of splendour in the grass,
of glory in the flower;
We will grieve not, rather find
Strength in what remains behind

(William Wordsworth)




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The following comments are for "Multus Sanguis Fluit"
by seriousinsanity

Megan's flow of reminders..
Really strong. Keep at it. The future is yours.


BobbyG

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: January 8, 2005 )

tina and bobby
tina- funny you should point out those two stanzas...i wrote them in quickly right before the poem was accepted to be published. it was a spur of the moment thing...thinking about the advice i've been given on the site i suppose.

bobby- i wish the future could be here tomorrow....

as always thank you for commenting.

love!
megan

( Posted by: seriousinsanity [Member] On: January 8, 2005 )





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