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Thawed (Free verse) by Roisin
Despite it's stunted days, Long nights and lethargy I'd begun to embrace the winter; Feel energised by still calm and Dormant magic, Comfortable with less light, More layers and Dead leaves in my path. You came back into my life Like a faded post-card, Arriving on my doorstep Three months too late. You made me mourn the end of summer. Threw me out of context. Stripped me down and left me standing naked on a frosty shore. Now the stone in my chest grows ever colder, Short day, Long night, Long night, Short day. Will you still be here when flowers bloom

Up the ladder: Discovery
Down the ladder: You

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Arithmetic Mean: 4.2
Weighted score: 4.904638
Overall Rank: 9772
Posted: November 8, 2002 10:33 AM PST; Last modified: March 12, 2003 9:28 AM PST
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Comments:
[7] Caducus @ 62.105.88.10 | 15-Nov-02/9:18 AM | Reply
thanks i enjoyed reading your shit

7 again
[n/a] Fear of Garbage @ 64.56.115.78 | 12-Mar-03/5:57 PM | Reply
you have potential
[8] ecargo @ 64.252.80.143 | 18-Aug-03/5:51 PM | Reply
The first stanza is great--the rest not quite up to it, but still really well done overall.
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