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Mary Angela Douglas Winston-Salem / United States, Female, 65
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B.A. Literature in English
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  • POET: Is It Poetry (10/10/2014 1:05:00 PM)

    This poem is astonishingly beautiful conveying unseen worlds and with utmost delicacy.

    Forgive the intrusion but I have changed (not the words) but a few very minor spelling or typos type of mistakes.

    This poem is incredible and flows in and out of dreams so that you even forget the language, arcing beyond life to afterlife. It is remarkable.

    To The Blind Their Dreaming

    Before I was blind there were dreams.
    But seeing my dreams
    before I could see, depended
    on how much you could really see.

    Blind before birth,
    and what you have asked of me.
    Having my, our, hearing dreams-
    your perception
    is sound, sound that is seen;
    left more unsaid about me.

    I still see to see in my dreams
    as one
    where I'm still alive.

    What they must contain,
    the colors within.
    and sound, I can feel: taste
    and touch.

    To remember one dream
    that one special dream, I still dream
    when awake I can see,
    when my wife I first met
    and how she will look forever.

  • POEM: Mandela - The Immortal Icon by Chinedu Dike (9/2/2014 7:40:00 AM)

    This poem has great gravitas, depth of feeling, and dignity, much as Mandela did. It is a fine poetic tribute.

    Mary Angela Douglas

  • POEM: Let Me Know My Mother by gajanan mishra (8/29/2014 9:46:00 AM)

    extremely beautiful.

    Mary Angela Douglas

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