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Swallowed Ring

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sparrow
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0 posted 10-24-1999 01:59 AM       View Profile for sparrow   Email sparrow   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit sparrow's Home Page   View IP for sparrow



Swallowed Ring



Go to the color Paris
but beware
Violet doesn't feel

Jane meets John
on occasion
The nasty word is two

Up, the next level
but beware
The stairs go down, also

Dimonds slip
on occasion
Smiles sometimes break



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sparrow
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1 posted 10-25-1999 04:02 PM       View Profile for sparrow   Email sparrow   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit sparrow's Home Page   View IP for sparrow

wow this is a busy forum...

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Marilyn
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Welcome to Passions. Yes this is a busy forum and you are most welcome. I enjoyed this piece. It speaks volumns in few words. Looking forward to more of your work.
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3 posted 10-25-1999 04:10 PM       View Profile for poetFemmeFatale   Email poetFemmeFatale   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for poetFemmeFatale

Sparrow, I may just be having a blonde moment, LOL but would you please help me understand this piece - it went right over my head ! (I'm short, too!) It is very beautiful, the way it's written, but I'm afraid I don't understand what it's about....(hanging head in shame) hehe Please enlighten me if you will.....I'd love to know the story behind such a unique piece! Thanks !!

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sparrow
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4 posted 10-25-1999 04:16 PM       View Profile for sparrow   Email sparrow   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit sparrow's Home Page   View IP for sparrow

hmm.. well I guess I could try to break it down a bit, but it will probably lose a lot of the hidden meanings when you bring some of them to the front...

"Go to the color Paris"
Isn't Paris the city of love?

"Violet doesn't feel"
If Paris = Love, Violet might = Lust

"Jane meets John"
Girl meets Guy

"The nasty word is two"
Most aren't looking for commitment

"Up, the next level"
the good part of advancing a relationship

"The stairs go down, also"
the bad part of advancing a relationship

"Dimonds slip"
Remember the title? replaced "swallowed" with "flushed"

"Smiles sometimes break"
Everything always starts with a smile, well most of the time anyway, but what do they end with?

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