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First cry and last moan ...
Rock the cradle, tend the stone.
Eager sprint and jaded sprawl -
as it should be: rise and fall.

Born to present face and name,
pick up the pieces of the game.
Cycle in and cycle out;
battle blues and hues of doubt.

Eager sprint ... jaded sprawl ...
Once again it will enthrall.
Mark the rituals sweetly known;
rock the cradle, tend the stone.

Lark Beltran



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The following comments are for "Wheel"
by Alondra

Rock the Dradle
Lark,

With so many busy people on this site it is not surprising that a gem occasionally gets missed, though I must saw that with viewing figures of *4 I am surprised their are no previous comments on this one.

Content, excellent and provokes a lifetime of thought. Poetic style, superb , exactly matched to the rhythm of life.

Why have you not posted more, I fell on this when chasing your comments on others poetry and you have certainly given me a sampler that makes me want more.

I am sure now that a few of us are back on site others will follow me here to see the quality of your first post on Lit.

Sorry it took me 4 months to find it!

Have Fun,

Ivor

( Posted by: ivordavies [Member] On: March 25, 2006 )

Tend the Stone
Sorry I meant 'Rock the Cradle'
(unable to edit comments)

( Posted by: ivordavies [Member] On: March 25, 2006 )





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