Treasure Island

Christine Natale

(August 9,1955 / Glen Ridge, New Jersey)

One Night


I thought that I was casual
And could give my kisses free -
That I could take him to my bed
As the shoreline takes the sea.

But now I sit and wait to hear
A phone that never rings,
And carry deep within my breast
A heart that never sings.

Submitted: Saturday, August 16, 2008
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  • Merlin M (8/18/2008 5:18:00 AM)

    I must say, you certainly have a niche lay within you. What words that lie there, i don't know...but what music you make when you are revealed.
    Wow, it has taken me a while to realize i am witness to a Great! Poet of the Great!
    Thank you for making such wonderful work. (Report) Reply

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