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Can You Hear It ?

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Rex Allen McCoy
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Sippin a Timmy's in London


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Can  You  Hear  It?
~~~


Quiet  everyone!
I  think  I  heard  something ...
Can  you  hear  it?
turn  up  your  volume ...
shut  off  everything  in  your  house
Concentrate ... on  your  connection
it's  very ... very ... faint ...
but  ...  it's  there
~
It's  speaking  to  us  all
from  this  endless  void  of  cyberspace
It  has  no  echo ...
It  ...  speaks ... in  tongues
The  words  seem  to  slip  past  our  ears
I  know  it's  there ...
The  sound  of  its'  breathing
gives  it  away
~
What  can  it  be?
Did  we  created  it?
Maybe  it's  been  with  us  since  the  dawn
... desperately  trying ...
to  make  us  listen
Should  we?
~~~


 I'm not ugly!
I'm just visually challenged!


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1 posted 03-13-2000 10:10 PM       View Profile for Denise   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Denise

Hey Rex! Glad to see you back!  

Should we listen? Nah! If anything wants to get our attention, it will have to write a poem!  

Denise
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2 posted 03-13-2000 10:18 PM       View Profile for Marge Tindal   Email Marge Tindal   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Marge Tindal's Home Page   View IP for Marge Tindal

HELLO REX~
Glad to see your smiling face.
Shhhhh !  I meant 'heard' your smiling face.
I think I did hear it.
Yep, I'm sure I did.
If I didn't ... then what is that sound?
Nah .... sure I heard it.
Well, I think I heard it.
If I think I heard it ...
then I MUST have heard it.
Did I?
TELL ME !
~*Marge*~


 ~*The pen of the poet never runs out of ink, as long as we breathe.*~
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3 posted 03-13-2000 10:19 PM       View Profile for Balladeer   Email Balladeer   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Balladeer's Home Page   View IP for Balladeer

Uh, Rex, you doing ok boy? Lithium supply running a little low? hehe. (good to see you back   )
Rex Allen McCoy
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4 posted 03-13-2000 10:42 PM       View Profile for Rex Allen McCoy   Email Rex Allen McCoy   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Rex Allen McCoy's Home Page   View IP for Rex Allen McCoy

LOL ... now you guys be nice
This is a serious poem about kinship
here at passions
I wrote it kind of quick ... so I guess it's kind of vague

 
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