Sharilynn Dawn Reaser
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Sharilynn Dawn Reaser Poems
The Jewelry Box
Filled with crystal tears And pearl dreams A shattered ruby heart
Misty days I travel in My heart wondering I seek peace Time and vulnerability
I got off the train and saw you... Your hair so much thinner and tousled. And the corners of your eyes and mouth droop now.
The Grandfathers Clock
It sits in the hall majestically Ticking away the time Steadfast and true This grandfathers clock of mine
Non existent On the go Shoestring lifestyle
Out Of The Dust
Thou shalt be brought down And shalt speak out of the ground Thy speech low out of the dust The words of a book that is sealed
Another Reaser Christmas!
Quietly we tip-toed As through the house we went To see if he had come Our childlike intent
Outside looking in Hands and face against dark glass Trying to see inside At the party going on
More peaceful now More peaceful now and grateful Grateful to god
Seeking to know the past Loved ones known and beyond They are dear I love them all
Friends by blood or choice Always obedient Makes amends In joy or sorrow
Your sweet brown eyes Soft with love Blinking up at me Remembering now
Feelings Of Christmas
Frozen winter nights Ornate decorations on the tree Running through the snow Giving strangers smiles
Computer frustration Once again the freeze What am I to do now To set my mind at ease?
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The Jewelry Box
Filled with crystal tears
And pearl dreams
A shattered ruby heart
And onyx feelings
There is lot's of cut glass too!
And rings of jade
Rings that pierce!
And more than just the ear!
Necklace's of words
both old and new...
That strangle with their intent
Searing their pain into body and soul
Leaving an everlasting depression on
And all throughout...
The splintered looking glass
Reflecting the jewels endlessly
In every direction
In this tiny glass jewelry box