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Labyrinth of Emotion

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Kit McCallum
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25 posted 05-06-2003 07:41 AM       View Profile for Kit McCallum   Email Kit McCallum   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Kit McCallum

Sunshine  Thanks for the lovely words Karilea. Iím glad I was able to finally pick up the pen again for a moment of reflection too.    

Nan  Thank you Nan Ö I think many of us have been here in some form or another. My weekend was full of ďrevisiting the pastĒ, and this was the result I guess. Itís hard to go back in time (and yes Ö you need to write some more, my friend).

Dark Angel  Thanks so much Maree for the kind sentiments, Iím very appreciative.

Seymour Tabin:  You make me smile, Sy Ö Thank you for the delightful comment.

Enchantress:  I guess when I ponder, itís best that it comes out on paper Nancy. Somehow, it helps to clear my mind. Iím grateful for that.  Thank you.

Janet Marie:  Thanks for the anniversary wishes JM, and thank you always, for your uplifting comments gator-gal.  You are always a "smile" to me.  Love ya.

Midnitesun:  Pipsters and proud of it.   Thanks so much for the wonderful comment Kacey, very much appreciated.

Mon Cherie:  Oh, I know the ďhidingĒ plan well, Florence. I guess thatís where this piece comes from.  Some day these emotions will be allowed to bubble up and escape. Thanks for understanding.

Munda:   Thank you for the kind words, Munda. I really appreciate hearing that.

Poet deVine:  Iím glad this came across as a bit of a change Sharon, and thanks for letting me know you enjoyed it. Much appreciated, my friend.

Trillium:  Thanks so much for the well wishes and lovely response Betty Lou.  Iím so glad you stopped into Open and enjoyed the read.  Many thanks.

VAS:  What a beautiful phrase Virginia ďaround the labyrinth they go, in perfect rhythm, though mournful, soĒ. I think that in itself is a full poem waiting to happen, just lovely.

Duncan:   Thank you very much for the anniversary wishes and for letting me know you enjoyed this Duncan. Iím very grateful.

Jason Lyle:  Iím glad you enjoyed this Jason, and thank you so much for letting me know. Hopefully, Iíll be able to find some more time to write more. I really miss it.

Honeybee:  What a lovely thing to hear. Thank you Melissa for letting me know. I really appreciate it.

Martie:  Itís always a pleasure for me to read you as well Martie. Thank you for letting me know you enjoyed this one.

Edder:  LOL Ö I love that, thanks Edder.

Lisann:  So true Ö I think many of us are ďstuck in the wonder of whyĒ from many vantages Lisann. Iíve wondered how you are doing, and hope all is well?
GG:  Thanks you so much for this encouraging comment Alyssa, I am very appreciative.

Garysgirl:   It came from my own experience, Ethel, so unfortunately I do know the answer to your question.  I really appreciate your understanding and encouragment. Many thanks and hugs.

Mistletoe Angel:  You have such a lovely way of phrasing Noah ďwandering aimlessly toward a horizon I'm unfamiliar withĒ.  Thanks for letting me know you related my friend. Much appreciated.
Mysteria:  Iím glad to know you enjoyed this piece Sharon. I think you and I are more alike than we realize sometimes. Many thanks for understanding and being you.

Rick:  What a beautiful response Rick. I think youíve summarized very well, how these types of words end up in poetic form to be shared. Thank you for this.

Southern:   I think youíve touched on one of my favorite traits of Passions, Ruth. There is no fear of judgment here,  and itís a remarkable place to share sad thoughts as well as joyful. Thank you for the lovely comment.

With much appreciation to all,
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26 posted 05-08-2003 12:36 AM       View Profile for Mysteria   Email Mysteria   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Mysteria

Was feeling this way myself tonight, so came back for another read and to give you a great big hug too hoping to kinda console each other via cyberspace I guess?  

Kit, I saw your comment after I read your poem and commented, now how funny is that?

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lost in blue pages

27 posted 05-08-2003 02:57 AM       View Profile for Charisma   Email Charisma   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Charisma's Home Page   View IP for Charisma

Many can relate on such emotions, awesome gem you wrote and present us. Thank you for sharing dear Kit

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28 posted 05-08-2003 03:30 AM       View Profile for passing shadows   Email passing shadows   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for passing shadows

wonderful writing! Nice to read you again...more...more!
Member Rara Avis
since 03-02-2003
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29 posted 05-09-2003 06:38 PM       View Profile for littlewing   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for littlewing


you are quite amazing
you know - the flow of this reminded
me of Dylan Thomas . . .
"Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night"

awesome write
Member Rara Avis
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30 posted 05-09-2003 06:53 PM       View Profile for Kethry   Email Kethry   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Kethry

It's your anniversary but we got the presents (presence), how wonderful!

Here in the midst of my lonely abyss, a single joy I find...your presence in my mind.  Unknown

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31 posted 05-09-2003 08:09 PM       View Profile for Balladeer   Email Balladeer   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Balladeer's Home Page   View IP for Balladeer

Ah, Kit, I'm sorry to see such sadness and despair drip from your pen....even though it drips in perfect cadence and style.

Fortunately I know (I think) that it's just a of the things you do so exceedingly well
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Lost in thought

32 posted 02-08-2005 09:54 AM       View Profile for GG   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for GG

This is so true...
and sadly, so familiar.
The days just disappear into dark,
empty, continued memories of loss.
You wrote of this so well I do hope
it isn't from experience.

Excellent rhyme, of course.
You speak powerfully...
Good to go back and read you.

Always, Alyssa

He was a man of sorrows
...I am a girl of tears.

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