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Unspoken Words

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Unspoken Words

Unspoken words, whispers on the waves of the ocean,
Time memories create a world for our friendship to live in.
You always heard the echos of my soul,
The dance within the shadows.
Friendship wears many a face.
Bonds of time, an era long gone by, an imprint of a lifetime
What the heart does, the soul follows, it remembers.
Words are merely a cue sheet,
The stroke of the ink becomes the drumbeat of a song called life.
I remember you, the essence in the weave of life.
Across the distance of time, I wish I could have said what I wanted to you,
Though your life burned shortly in the sky, I remember.
These are the unspoken words,
There are so many unanswered questions, yet I know what happened.
I followed you in the years to come in your footsteps never knowing,
Your art would become the edit of words.
We all have our path. 
You may have chosen to end your life with secrets.
The power and essence of you were will live in the fabric of my soul.
I shall remember the woman that made me laugh.
The dance that was once our friendship.
The era that was once your life.

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  1. Date: 12/17/2013 10:36:00 PM
    This is quite touching Katherine. I'm not sure if the word "what" might have supposed to been in the fourth line from the bottom; but it is an amazing poem none the less :)

  1. Date: 3/17/2011 8:22:00 AM
    Katherine, damn, great job! "Your art would become the edit of words." <--- this. May your path shine in your own intensity.

  1. Date: 3/17/2011 4:14:00 AM
    I would like to welcome you to PoetrySoup Katherine. Please keep writing and sharing your poetry. Enter and enjoy some of the contests and I wish you the best in them. Love, Carol