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Reconnection


Reconnection



Tenderness so long ago
Hanging about mind's edge
Taunting, teasing
Playful moments of youth



Reconnection overwhelms
Touching surface of heart
With evocative dreams
Torturing soul



Warm light emanating
From this memory
This dream of old
Expectations limitless
Falling to abyss
Of emotion


Confusion building
From this depth
Hearts withdraw
In fear that old wounds open



Friendship, reflection
Their greatest desire
And should it be
The will of Him
Someday
Maybe more



—Michele Cameron Drew



Copyright © 2009 Michele Cameron Drew. All Rights Reserved.

7 comments:

sen and qi said...

It was so lovely to read your rendering Poem. I like to read and write poetry myself and this has given me a soft touch to my Heart. Thank you

FishHawk said...

WOW!!! I need to pay more attention to your poetry.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

A stunning portrait in words.

Judy Sheldon-Walker said...

Beautiful poetry, beautiful blog... It deserves a beautiful awards. Please collect it at my blog - http://seeds4thought.blogspot.com/

Icy BC said...

Michele, I hope this beautiful love last and work out for you..
It has such a deep feeling to it.

Denny Lyon said...

Hi, Looked all over your site for an email address to you but saw none, so placing it in your comment section as wanted to give you a blogger award!

Here’s the link to my post for awards over at my poetry site as you are included as one of the eight awarded writers! This is the kind of award to be passed forward to other good writers too. Great way to promote your site/blog and recognize other good people. Enjoy!

http://thesocialpoets.blogspot.com/2009/06/first-blogger-award-most-wonderful.html#links

Take care,

Denny Lyon
http://TheSocialPoets.blogspot.com

Dr. Lauren said...

Wow Michele. I really loved this one. It touches the heart and it speaks so fondly of love and life.

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