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Could it be?
I’ve found you!? Now?
When I did not need you the most. When the barrel is no longer pointed at the brow?
When you, for one moment in my lifes’ span, were not on my mind, in you came. Laughing and smiling. With the eyes of a child full of wonderment about this place that is me.
“Hello Starshine..” the smile and your eyes meet mine, and my heart melts instantly.
“I’ve been looking for you, where have you been?” is all I can fumble out.
“In your dreams…”, the perfect response.

Yes Ma’am I have been looking for you. I thought I’d found you before, but you weren’t there. Aristotle told me that a friend is one soul dwelling within two bodies.
So I’m to wait. My only hope is that I can…
Wait for the mountains’ whispers,
Bare breasted, lying before the stars,
And Her aromas fill our lungs with grandeur and eternity,
Of pine, of water, the fire, of you, of me.
Smiling and laughing at the hilarity of the mortal realm.
Content that after such a calamitous and deadly trek,
I’ve found you. And so my soul may allow itself to be content too!
And we can go about this place and do what souls such as ours do best,
Love.



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The following comments are for "A mountain's whisper of grandeur eternal"
by Robert Walker

Whisper
Robert! Nice, nice, nice! Cool free form style - it reads aloud particularly well. Very cool!
Ken

( Posted by: jonpenny [Member] On: December 14, 2009 )





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