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        The Color of My Tears (Poems)

        The Color of My Tears (Poems)

        A collection of poems from the soul for the soul by Dawn Richerson that includes  poems written about a love not yet fully understood in the wake of lifetimes not yet fully grieved.

        This poetry collection was originally published by Autumn Zephyr Press, a Creative Revolutions imprint publishing passion-powered poetry, in 1997. ISBN 978-1-942969-58-7 Download cover and manuscript from this page or order the paperback here.


        CONTENTS

        • shallow waters safe
        • the waters near my heart
        • the perfect man
        • last wish upon a distant star
        • dreams breaking
        • of you
        • in a moment: a lifetime changed
        • you were; I was
        • mystery in motion
        • moved & unmovable
        • fairy dust love
        • love in four dimensions
        • it was you
        • early sunset
        • always in my memory
        • then I did not know
        • I took my leave
        • survival
        • forever, today
        • black remembrance
        • blessing, then cursing
        • longing
        • love holds on
        • floodwaters rising
        • pirate love
        • holding on & letting go
        • the power of the memory of you
        • ritual failed
        • independence day
        • the longest day
        • serial losses
        • love's emergent strain
        • on a still, hot night
        • I twist forever
        • again...
        • in the beginning
        • dancing stones
        • suddenly, winter again
        • hearts on ice: elemental effect
        • rendezvous of the soul
        • the color of my tears


        SAMPLE POEM

        Early Sunset

        Remember late Autumn afternoon?
        We stood in the middle of a parking lot,
        each unwilling to move forward
        or turn back,
        terrified

        To recognize significance
        of this place we found ourselves.
        Thirty seconds and a strange, new wind
        left us at once complete, bereft.
        Your cheek brushed mine and we
        held on, already knowing sting of letting go.

        I saw you watch me as I walked away.
        Concentrated color of
        early fall sunset spilled over,

        like beautiful love born in me then.
        I sleep now by day but come alive
        on Autumn afternoons.


        POEMS BY DAWN RICHERSON

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