Christine Natale

Rookie - 0 Points (August 9,1955 / New Jersey)

Christine Natale Poems

1. A Child Dies 7/26/2008
2. Bed Of Roses 7/21/2008
3. Berry Picking 7/26/2008
4. Blues For Billie 7/21/2008
5. Chrysalis 8/2/2008
6. Circle Of Light 7/27/2008
7. Currents Of Darkness 8/3/2008
8. Die Meistersinger 7/27/2008
9. Early Snow 8/16/2008
10. Forever Real 8/3/2008
11. Gotterdammerung 7/27/2008
12. If You Thought 7/26/2008
13. In The Absence Of Men 7/21/2008
14. Incubus 8/16/2008
15. Leaf 7/21/2008
16. Native Land 8/2/2008
17. New World Center 8/16/2008
18. Not In Love 7/27/2008
19. One Hundred Years Of Telephones 2/10/2011
20. One Night 8/16/2008
21. Other 8/3/2008
22. Refugee 8/2/2008
23. Regret 7/29/2008
24. Sacrifice 8/16/2008
25. Salome To The Head Of John The Baptist 8/2/2008
26. Salsa 7/29/2008
27. Sea Love 7/26/2008
28. Sea Quest 7/26/2008
29. Seventh Place 8/16/2008
30. Shakespeare For The Season 7/21/2008
31. Study In Red 7/21/2008
32. Taxi In The Rain 7/27/2008
33. The Balance 7/26/2008
34. The Golden Land 7/26/2008
35. The Key 8/3/2008
36. The Panther 8/16/2008
37. The Promise 8/3/2008
38. The Ruins 8/16/2008
39. The Saint And Her Fool 7/21/2008
40. The Ships 2/10/2011
Best Poem of Christine Natale

Incubus

Ever since I was thirteen
I have watched for you.
I know, I have always known
No mortal man could ever do or give
Me what I have always wanted.

Sighing in the pale moon’s light,
My white nightgown fluttering
In the breeze,
By the open window waiting,
Waiting.

I called to you, across the night,
The stars whispered my longing
To each other -
You heard, you knew,
You always knew,
And were just waiting for me
To be ready;

Waiting until my desire had grown
Large enough to receive
Your power and your glory.
Then, one ...

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Blues For Billie

You wrote your own blues, Billie
Don’t need no one to tell you, lady
Don’t need no one to show you, lady
Don’t need no one to say it for you
You wrote your own blues, Billie

You wrote your own blues, Billie
Gotta get a true love, someday
Gotta get a real man, someday

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