Chuck Audette

Rookie - 59 Points (Poetry Hell, Vermont)

Coming To My Senses... - Poem by Chuck Audette

I'll swear I never felt her
in the soft touch of a clover
brush my legs so sweetly
as I look our field over.

I'll claim I haven't heard her
whispering my name
in this lovely hidden meadow
witness to my shame

I'll say that I can't smell her
as the autumn leaves decay
and know not of the bed
where forever she will lay

the grass is always greener
on a certain patch of ground
but I'll claim I haven't seen her
if her body's ever found...


Comments about Coming To My Senses... by Chuck Audette

  • (3/4/2010 5:48:00 PM)


    Creepy and clever! you always pack a punch in your last lines. (Report) Reply

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  • (10/22/2009 11:11:00 AM)


    At first it seemed like a love poem but I had been forewarned of the 'halloweenish' vibes, lol. Ending seemed like a resounding thump on the head (but I liked it..I liked it, lol) (Report) Reply

  • (7/27/2009 4:21:00 PM)


    This is great! We are still laughing. Best wishes (Report) Reply

  • (6/30/2008 1:30:00 AM)


    Ahhh, your poems never cease to amaze me! I have to admit, I am a bit jealous that your poems always seem to come out exactly right. They are such a pleasure to read. Also, Thanks for your recent comment! I've been PIMming again, too. (Report) Reply

  • (4/18/2007 1:37:00 AM)


    Charles,
    Did you notice how I got back to 'Charles' , real quick!
    ... Please tell the policemen that you and I have not ever really met!
    I just like your writings, at least right up to that point!
    I know that you are joking! ... Say that you are joking! ... Please! ! ! ?

    B.V.A.
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  • (3/14/2007 8:18:00 AM)


    i literally laughed out loud at this one. Chuck, you do good work.

    Jake
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  • (11/7/2006 5:09:00 PM)


    amazing ending..what a lead up...u sure your not a series write out in LA? (Report) Reply

  • (9/10/2006 7:21:00 AM)


    this was sexy. at first. then i read on.. & well, the morbidity kicked in and it became
    a delectably intriguing piece of work, Chuck. good stuff.
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  • (9/8/2006 7:58:00 AM)


    This is VERY dark, Chuck...hope it's just your muse speaking...or do I call the cops? Bittersweet/Sweetbitter...loved it :)
    Jack...
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  • (5/2/2006 11:23:00 AM)


    Chuck,
    Hmmmm...me thinks the meadow may have been freshly planted! I like this a lot...it catches you off guard (ok...and scares the crap out of ya too! !) . I love the shocking ending!
    Hugs,
    Dee
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  • (4/15/2006 12:35:00 PM)


    A real tale of the unexpected...this is one that deserves that second read to fully appreciate the subtle but sinister tone. Excellent write. Justine. (Report) Reply

  • (3/24/2006 3:19:00 PM)


    you know, you keep us coming back for more :) (Report) Reply

  • (3/8/2006 11:21:00 AM)


    Haunting and almost elegiac, to me. Good stuff, this... (Report) Reply

  • (3/6/2006 10:24:00 PM)


    typo alert! ...3rd verse...1st line... lose the 'I' before 'that'...

    dan =)
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  • (1/31/2006 5:26:00 PM)


    What a turn around.Expect the unexpected.
    Loads of tallent here!
    Love Duncan
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  • (1/18/2006 6:09:00 PM)


    Great storytelling! Your words really tease the reader. Lovely. Very lovely indeed. (Report) Reply

  • (10/13/2005 10:24:00 AM)


    Trying to create some creepy Halloween poems... What do you think? - chuck (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 7, 2005

Poem Edited: Monday, March 6, 2006


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