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A Misunderstanding

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Enola
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0 posted 05-12-2000 09:30 AM       View Profile for Enola   Email Enola   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions  View IP for Enola


A tiny dog,
It follows me around,
So tiny, so delicate,
So dead.

It was clinging,
I turn left, it veered right.
So close, so far away,
So dead.

Aspiration,
To a state not yet known.
Too far away, too delicate,
Too late.


 The tragedy of it is that nobody sees the look of desperation on my face. Thousands and thousands of us, and we're passing one another without a look of recognition.
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mete out
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1 posted 05-12-2000 09:53 AM       View Profile for mete out   Email mete out   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for mete out

***debs,
curiouser and curiouser...
this poem is fantastic.
it could be nothing else of course.
is the subject matter anything that is relavent...if you know what i mean...

this is deep, so deep i can feel it in my stomach.
amazing debs, yet again.


 I am not a preacher, I just speak the world as I see it.


REBECCA ALLYN
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2 posted 05-12-2000 09:55 AM       View Profile for REBECCA ALLYN   Email REBECCA ALLYN   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for REBECCA ALLYN

Very cool poem!!!I am enjoying yor work very much!!!

LOTS of LUV,
Becky
Enola
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3 posted 05-12-2000 10:14 AM       View Profile for Enola   Email Enola   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Enola

mete out - It meant something along the lines of what you were suggesting a while ago , I'm not too sure what it's about now, every time I read it I come up with another new meaning.
REBECCA ALLYN - thank you so much!  Is there much of your work up at the moment?  I'd like to read it.


 The tragedy of it is that nobody sees the look of desperation on my face. Thousands and thousands of us, and we're passing one another without a look of recognition.

brian madden
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4 posted 05-12-2000 02:08 PM       View Profile for brian madden   Email brian madden   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for brian madden

Yes it certainly is an interesting poem, made me a bit sad   but got me thinking look forward to reading more from you.
angelswing
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5 posted 05-17-2000 10:26 AM       View Profile for angelswing   Email angelswing   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for angelswing

Hey Debs, cool poem, you didn't tell me you had a new one on . I liked the poem and it fitted the feeling very well . I enjoy the fact that you also use a great deal of underlying meaning in your poems .
L.of.L. Tom .


 Insanity is a perfectly normal responce to an abnormal world -R.D.Laing.-
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