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Measure of Silence
by Suzanne Case
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  "Oui" said the mate,
"your wish is upon my touch"
drooping hat upon his cheek
saying so
"you are learning to command"
but there it is past
until you speak.
*
A prod , a touch
asking for kisses
and walking out
into the night
alone
giving into bold or boast
upon the wish of joining me
*
the night stares into the break
that turns into the hailing saints, and gods
goddesses,
holy grail,
but for a hint
of home
*
the spear delivered
upon my breast
lingered to
dispute
time
*
the paints kept clear
and unsoiled
dried
as if to
become wisdom
*
this is the task
the spirit comes to daub
try you
try to understand
what wears well upon your hand
or upon your wearied mind
*
till now
my eyes have been full of sea
my heart locked upon the test that would come
the rest that would soothe
*
as I wondered
the day went by
towing through
promise
of fresh delight
*
Bright green were her eyes
cast upon his being
at last upon love
at last upon time
*
a woman is lost
or a woman is found
beheld upon the morning's ground
of hasty beckoning
to rescue a heart pounding
*
what more is there beyond
the shadow of hope
that gleans long
in the garden of
sorrow?
*
what more is there beyond
the kiss
that says goodbye
tonight
your wish and will
must be cast upon a star
*
back into the darkness
she cried
and silver passage
turned
nothingness
into time
and
into silence.

April 25 ,2000
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