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    dots Submission Name: Find Medots

    Author: akaietowa-ru_18
    ASL Info:    20/F/Belly of the Beast
    Elite Ratio:    3.68 - 101/125/64
    Words: 120
    Class/Type: Poetry/Dark
    Total Views: 993
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       Oh, just something I wrote since I'm so hell bent on werewolves and vampires and dragons.

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    dotsFind Medots

    My head full of dreams,
    Wild visions
    Eyes filled with glittering stars,
    Luminescent gems.

    Whispers from darkness beckon,
    Calling, commanding, plaintive.
    Beautiful mysteries, exotic enchantings.

    “Find me,” the lure of a siren at midnight
    Casting dark spells over the heart.
    Passionate blooming awaiting
    Like that of first romance.

    “Find me,” the soul harks within
    Life as simplistic as breathing,
    A handicap to the senses
    Blinding or binding.

    Make the choice;
    Directions askew with hurried steps
    A miss and a pass, too fast.

    “Find me,” opposite echoes in the distance.
    Will they merge?
    To make a single voice.
    Perhaps a day
    Or eternity.

    Time leads surprises over horizons
    Hope bleeds into the body.

    Submitted on 2009-01-17 01:21:36     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      Fantastic and spooky, a strange but sublime combination. This is very surreal and eerie, conjuring up visions of a misty glade by thin moonlight and other strange, vivid scenes. It has the feeling of a waking dream, if you get my meaning, with the voices calling and your rather nimble-tongued wording. Your creativity shows quite clearly in this piece, keep it up!

    Slainte chugat,

    | Posted on 2009-01-17 00:00:00 | by Shadowstar13 | [ Reply to This ]

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