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Ghostly Revisiting?

A Poem by:

Patricia Fritsche

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What are you going as, this time?

With your unstolen precision,

nubile references, what was left undone.


Earmarked glances still standing

at river's beat

with its endless bounty,

of being, of one again, with the senses.


This configuration of memories best

yearning to taste and choose again,

a spirit's best chance.


What ever you do, though,

please do not undress at the wrong moment.

Making known your surreal presence,

as if it could ever be the same anymore.


Such things that trip over the many echoings

in a dimension's tremor,

as the hearts down there

toss and turn, and

lose themselves in their apparitions daily.

Can you hear me, as I hear you?


Are we so much really there in spirit?

Don't undress at the wrong moment, again.

Uncovering what's left

of the real you.


That borderline between their night and day

all sorts of reflexes from bottoms-end

profess again, will arise again.


As relationships of this nature

can ever really be over and done with, so readily.


Are you ready, or not, to meet them? And,

understand their many versions open to us, again;

designing the presence of their calling and pretending,

dealing with its early loss. Which we

can only understand

shock absorbing the pain,

until the feeling comes up for air hopefully.


Patricia Fritsche
Copyright © 1999

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