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"A song to you set in a poem or a poem put to a song
Imagine a world of magic, Your world with magic. Simply a science misunderstood,
Play in the spells, Dabble in the portions, Of the potions of life
I could get lost in you, Dark child, Wandering in the snow, Drift away awhile with me,
Day by day, Hour by hour, Moment by moment, My thoughts race
Longing for that magic once so strong about me.
Lost in the haze of forgetfulness, Empty spaces, Lost toys
Smoke from flames that have burnt away, Turned to ash, Like incense
Whirring trees and blacks skies, Thinking of you in the rain
With your tangled understanding, still haunting the essence of me"

Using actual letters written to lovers both past and present, author J R.A. Schaefer weaves a magical tapestry in "10,011 Words in Poem and Song." Throughout this thought-provoking collection, he demonstrates a true sense of both the anguish and the elation that relationships can cause.

From the pain and isolation of "Nothing" to the warmth and comfort of "Morning Sync," Schaefer shares raw reflections on some of life's most valuable lessons--lessons taught to us by those we've loved and lost.

  • ISBN13: 9780595350957
  • Publisher: iUniverse
  • Pubilcation Year: 2005
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 00076
Publication DateJune 10, 2005
Primary CategoryPoetry/American - General

10,011 Words in Poem and Song: Letters to Five Women

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