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Wind's Call

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Windrider Silverbreeze
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A lone mountain top, screams from beyond the bitter winds, let loose their fury upon an unforgiving world.  The wrold that destroyed the Songsinger, that obliterated the soul of the sister that spoke for their cause.

An empty cavern that no more shall know the echoing voice of the desired.  Rock walls that as time passes shall never again feel the carress of a silken soothing whisper.  An icy chill will fill the air, as no fire shall warm its being.

Devoid of sunlight, denied heavens new birth of life.  The memory of what could have been, and what has come to pass, shall ever fill the river of tears.  While the Daughter of the Songsinger shall ever be beyond the breezes gentle reach.

The spirits of old reach their hands to the gods, beseeching, pleading.  To release the choosen from the depths of hell and the dark lords infinite embrace.  All the while the inner demons laugh at the cries of the living and the oppressed.

Far and wide, a darkness shall reign through out the lands, as the heart is continuously denied the body.  While within the endless void of eternal punishment, screams suddenly cease and the blood of the damned fill the recess of eternity.

And she who was once the voice of the winds themselves, goes through the final death from within the inner reaches of hell.  So shall the living be denied the gift of new life, for all time.  To pass beyond the reaches of learning, into the awaiting grip of eternal death.

(Yes this is my first poem here.  Though not my first totally written ever.)




 
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wayoutwalt
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1 posted 03-21-2000 02:12 AM       View Profile for wayoutwalt   Email wayoutwalt   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for wayoutwalt

ooooooooo what a name you have and this poem is reminiscent reminicant o yuh reminds me o another poet who wrote like this he was highly esteemed and still is in my mind...stay with us i want to watch you evolve as we all have...WELCOME TO PASSIONS
Severn
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2 posted 03-21-2000 05:18 AM       View Profile for Severn   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Severn

What an awesome fantasy element - this is great!!

Welcome to Passions and I too love the name.

    

K

 'Writing sharpens life;
life enriches writing'
Sylvia Plath
Marge Tindal
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3 posted 03-21-2000 05:31 AM       View Profile for Marge Tindal   Email Marge Tindal   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Marge Tindal's Home Page   View IP for Marge Tindal

Windrider~
Welcome to Passion's.
You've made a powerful statement of entry.
I like it.
~*Marge*~


 ~*The pen of the poet never runs out of ink, as long as we breathe.*~
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Nan
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4 posted 03-21-2000 07:39 AM       View Profile for Nan   Email Nan   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Nan's Home Page   View IP for Nan

Welcome to Passions, Windrider.. You certainly write with an intensity of emotion that keeps your reader entranced.. I'm looking forward to reading more.  Check your email for a special greeting..
Denise
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5 posted 03-21-2000 11:10 AM       View Profile for Denise   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Denise

Welcome to Passions, Windrider! This is a very powerful piece, very intense.

Denise
tracie66
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6 posted 03-22-2000 04:02 AM       View Profile for tracie66   Email tracie66   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit tracie66's Home Page   View IP for tracie66

Windrider I welcome you to passions
I look forward immensely to reading more from you.
This was a most fantastic piece to read and I really enjoyed it.
tracie


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Anne Rooks
 
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