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Signs and Reckoning

Workshop # 3

Look at us
Really look at us.

Our heads struck light into thin air
Outrageous our singed brow
No words passed from our lips
We merged with no delusions
Blue lightning exploded
Legs and arms melted
Ears and noses muted
Odors of fire and smoke linger
They are all signs of true meaning.

How vibrant our initial sounds
Falling into one another
I long for the dawn of our haloes again.

The snuffing of your sizzle
The dying cold of my blaze,
Sediments of what was.

We are spent
Extinguished from our matched burn.

Workshop  # 3
A Different Realm by Maria Reed-Shore    
A Frozen Memory by Hippie Gal    
   
A Whisper in the Ear by Hillol Ray    

Abuse by Pavalamani Pragasam    

After Glow by Cynthia Proctor    

Annexation by Hillol Ray    
Broken Hearted by Beth Hancock    
Burn and Glow by Meenakshi Madhur    
Burning Problem by Pavalamani Pragasam    

Early Trust by Hillol Ray    
Eternal Flames by Krista Nicole Hubschman    
Face To Face by Hillol Ray    
Faith of a Match by Nicholas LaMattina    

Fate by Bhagwat K. Shah    

Fire of Life by Rajender Krishan    

Forgotten Sorrow by Thomas Eng    
Glue Without A Clue by Hillol Ray    

Her Smile by Saurabh Kumar    
Immortal Lovers by Trupti Derashri    
Indelible Ink by Hillol Ray    

Lean on Me by Bijal Dwivedi    
Love by Dr. Soumya Panigrahi    
Love by Shanon     

Love's Fire by Hecletia     

Lovers by Pili Pubul    

Mission by Pavalamani Pragasam    
Moment of Truce by Hillol Ray    
My Burning Desire by B.K. Swaminathan    
Our Love Burned Me by Frank Sheehan    
Our Project of Love by Muralidharan R. Nair    

Passion Does Not Wither by Vaish     

Salute by Pavalamani Pragasam    
Signs and Reckoning by Mary Ann Harrison    
Spirits Rebellious by Uma Parthasarathy    
Staying Together by Dr. C.S. Shah    

Still Together by Smitha Abraham    

The Eternal Flame by Ahmed Tanhaa    
The Fire Inside by Joseph Allen Hardy    

To Be or Not To Be by Pavalamani Pragasam    
Touch by Helena Fernz    
Two Images by Seema Banerjee    
Two is One by Chandra Shekhar Das    

09-Nov-2000

More by :  MaryAnn Harrison

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