Jody Talibart Poems
- Diagnosis Quiet as the stars submerged in the human ocean, ...
- A Sunset Of A Different Kind There are times in one's life, ...
- Bluebells The bluebells now have finally gone back to the ...
- Hail Mary I said good-bye to a friend yesterday and I didn't...
- Without Indifference How is it that letting go, and hanging ...
- Emmaline's Backyard Hours of listening to the crickets and ...
- Eye-Patch Girl I’d guess she was about ten or eleven years ...
Living in Vancouver, BC, Canada, Jody Talibart has been writing professionally for over 20 years. A published BC poet and journalist, Jody worked for many years as a magazine Editor and has many feature story articles to her credit in widely-read publications. She was nominated for a national award of excellence in Journalism and has been interviewed on several Vancouver radio stations for her ... more »
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A Sunset Of A Different Kind
There are times in one's life, sometimes fleeting,
where it seems as though a camera shutter snaps
and they are locked forever in memory.
There was a sunset once, of a different kind.
Lake Memphremagog, July,1986.
I sat on what seemed like the edge of the world,
or perhaps the centre of it,
on a stone made smooth by centuries,
and so leant to me by time.
There was no horizon,
the above met the below in one furious solid blaze.
The sun sat before me and we, like lovers in a bistro,
gazed into each other's eyes.
I cried. No one heard.