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Blinded Eye

Rating: 4.3

Turn another blinded eye, oblivious
To cattail meadows strewn sea-to-sea -
Each stalk, brazed by arctic incursions
And baked by the sun in May.
Turn it over, the fortune card, reveal
What God has granted tomorrow -
A twilight storm or rolling foment -
Behind each prize-door,
Incontrovertible evidence
For your prosecution.

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Simon Whild 22 October 2005

I loved the passage: 'To withered lake-front phantoms Haunting shoreline stores - every Ghostly voice of panic, unanswered on the Glassy channels, just meters beyond The undertow signs.' What superb imagery! Overall, this poem speaks volumes to me. More than I can write here.

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Pradeep Dhavakumar 29 December 2004

Thought-provoking.Simply superb.

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Lenchen Elf 05 December 2004

excellent, thank you

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