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Haldur 
Posted: 14-Feb-2005, 03:16 AM
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Thank you, urian...more to come as I fill my little journal with my little murmurings from that vast, poetic well that I seem to draw from! wink.gif

I think we can all attest to visiting that place a time or two!


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Posted: 14-Feb-2005, 08:31 PM
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QUOTE (Haldur @ 14-Feb-2005, 02:16 AM)
Thank you, urian...more to come as I fill my little journal with my little murmurings from that vast, poetic well that I seem to draw from! wink.gif

I think we can all attest to visiting that place a time or two!

true, hal.
though sometimes we seem to lose the directions to get to it.


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Posted: 18-Feb-2005, 09:04 PM
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So you've been suffering from minor writer's block just as I have? If so, I feel your pain...that's why the poetry is a good, smooth transition. Just writing stories alone can be taxing at times!

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Posted: 01-Mar-2005, 03:40 PM
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hauntings

out of the rain walks a tired, lonely man
threadbare and weary his countenance carved
warm teardrops of summer flow through skin and breath
and leave his heart longing wildly for something greater
something larger than life itself

take this gray temple and strike it to bits
but leave behind mortar and remnants of bread
for my meals have been few and far between these days
and as of late I've had no place to lay my head

heavier the rain falls
down on my brow, leaving me shivering
leaving me old in my years
drowned in her tears
from so long ago

my blessed camille
with her long, amber hair
her shadow but a reckoning
where my hollows despair
i long for her gaze, her sweet
tender stare

and in the mirror i ask myself
questions of lore, memories of her
is this the shadow i have grown to be
or am I looking through an invisible me?
these are the hauntings

of which I am free
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Posted: 07-Mar-2005, 11:56 PM
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the awakened dream (part 1)

whispered words in the night
left unheard upon my pillow
i wake suddenly to find
that my sweet, sweet love has gone

and as i find my way back
to the mind i'm meant to live by
i find solace in my reckoning
and a place to shed my fears

from the corner of my eye
i can hear the footsteps calling
ever nearer to my room
where i reside a sleeping

as my frantic nerves race on
i find nothing in my midst there
no intruder under my roof
and i rest inside my bones

all alone i walk ever onward
to the room i sat before
i pass the weary baubles
and the artifacts of yore

and when i quickly 'proach the door
i'm gasping in wide wonder
at a small, raven-haired girl
whom i know not as another
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Posted: 08-Mar-2005, 10:36 PM
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Nach eine traum, zum woerten geschrieben. Sehr schoen. Nicht alles die selbe, aber ich weiss was das ist nach was du sagen hat.


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Posted: 11-Mar-2005, 01:44 AM
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My thoughts exactly! lol.gif
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Posted: 14-Jul-2005, 01:21 PM
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I fall asleep in the broken river
That runs through fields of open rain
She leaps o'er fire and soon she'll whither
And ponders constantly the remnants of her pain

I look foward to tomorrow
I hope she senses my presence there
Free from darkness, free from sorrow
She stands around me for she's everywhere
I go

The time has come to give a little
And take a risk upon my second chances
The love has fallen, worn and brittle
And grows no more than the first day I took the miser down

I look forward to tomorrow
I hope she senses my heartache there
Free from shadow, free from sorrow
She stands around me for she's everywhere
I know

The water rushes over me
Her golden eyes are all I see
Bleeding fingers in the mass of recognition
Look through the mirror, I heard her say
And I don't think that way

I feel I'm scorned forever now
Chastened, threatened, madder than hell
I feel I'm terrible at everything
Broken, limited, and madder than hell

I look forward to tomorrow
I hope she senses my heartache there
Free from shadow, free from sorrow
She stands around me for she's everywhere
I know
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Posted: 14-Jul-2005, 01:23 PM
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I find it strange that I haven't posted on HR for a while...even though I did have dial-up, I still had some work access.

What baffles me even more is why I didn't at least post some poetry I've been writing as of late. I'll be posting it here, of course, over the next few days. Composing a lot of music can really do that! wink.gif

As always, enjoy.
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Posted: 16-Jul-2005, 09:47 PM
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*gasp*

Haldur.... I don't know if I read that poem at the right time or the wrong time :'(

My heart hears endless agony
relayed by messages they may be
sought by me in this darkened time
relayed in music and in rhyme

The world it's mysteries laid to rest
within my soul I hear you best
drawn in between the endless lines
For those unknown I still do pine

carry your message for all to see
behind the veil it shall not be
drawn out with ink, each blessed line
Immortal words be these of thine


And it fit so well with the rythem of what I'm listening to right now smile.gif
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Posted: 19-Jul-2005, 08:25 AM
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smile.gif Did you write that or was it I?

Whoever did, it sounds great! The funny thing is, most of the time that I write poetry is when I'm listening to music, have just listened to music, or have another artist's song or one of my own in my head.
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Posted: 19-Jul-2005, 10:31 AM
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haldur, you're work is pretty good


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Posted: 20-Jul-2005, 05:43 PM
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QUOTE (Haldur @ 19-Jul-2005, 09:25 AM)
smile.gif Did you write that or was it I?

Whoever did, it sounds great! The funny thing is, most of the time that I write poetry is when I'm listening to music, have just listened to music, or have another artist's song or one of my own in my head.

Just what I thought of after reading your poem.
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Ancient rhythms
Heartbeat sounds
My soul no longer
Touches ground

Heels and toes
Batter clatter the floor
The sound enough
I need no more

The music curls
Through wooded glen
Lures me back
Way back to when

O 'tis more than I ask
All else does pale
The bodhran my heartbeat
This song is my tale...


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Come back to the music! Come back to the dance!
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From out of parting mist
figures grey and ethereal
are walking towards the fire
to the tune of a wooden lyre.

with trepidation and a little fear
they sat beside me
and into the flames thay did peer
what they saw none can tell.

music arose from in the mist
pipes and drums amidst cannon fire
cries and shouts and clashing blades
told of battles amidst the glens.



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