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Internal Steampipe

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Jeremy Halstead
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Morris, Ill. U.S.A


0 posted 06-01-2000 02:19 AM       View Profile for Jeremy Halstead   Email Jeremy Halstead   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions  View IP for Jeremy Halstead



Internal Steampipe

This sensation is growing inside me.
It's absolutly unerving.
The boiling arisal of nothing
is empty yet returning.
Returning without a witness found
to see that I am hurting.
Only I can know what's here.
I alone am burning.
The mellow calm I render quietly
to the sudden lack of loving.
In this moment I clutch my fists
and fight the monster coming.
I close him off- my internal steampipe
from giving my disguise.
For all to behold.....nothing at all
but the glazing of my eyes.

Jeremy Halstead



 
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StarPryncess17
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since 05-31-2000
Posts 944
Colorado


1 posted 06-05-2000 10:46 PM       View Profile for StarPryncess17   Email StarPryncess17   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit StarPryncess17's Home Page   View IP for StarPryncess17

well I had to hunt for this one! lol. However I was eager to read it. Your writing conveys an excellent personality in a restless soul! Keep it up!! Always ~*~Jessica~*~
TAP2
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since 06-29-2000
Posts 211
Morris, Il USA


2 posted 07-09-2000 11:37 AM       View Profile for TAP2   Email TAP2   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit TAP2's Home Page   View IP for TAP2

Hey,
Liked it alot. Had to look for it though. Brought it back up for other people ot read again. You're still the ever tormented personal demon in yourself.

Thomas
Jeremy Halstead
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3 posted 08-09-2000 01:57 PM       View Profile for Jeremy Halstead   Email Jeremy Halstead   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Jeremy Halstead

THIS IS JEREMY'S MOM. AND I THINK THAT THIS POEM SAYS ALOT ABOUT HIS WRITING TALENT. I HOPE IT IS ENJOYED BY ALL YOU TOO.

"Time is the matter, and in a matter of that all wounds will heal and all scars shall fade."
Jeremy Halstead
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Morris, Ill. U.S.A


4 posted 08-14-2000 03:18 AM       View Profile for Jeremy Halstead   Email Jeremy Halstead   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Jeremy Halstead

Well...when I originally posted this little piece 'o work, only a couple of people read it and we have a whole crew of new poeple here.  Just recently, this poem was selected for publication and earned me a spot as a judge in a national poetry competition on the 20th.  I just wanted to re-share it with ya'll...thnx.

"Time is the matter, and in a matter of that all wounds will heal and all scars shall fade."
Artic Wind
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Realm of Supernatural


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Enjoyed

ARCTIC WIND
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