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we all see things through different eyes
and we have our own way to see
the writings of anothers views
and how they came to be
yet are we truely seeing
what they have seen themselves
or are we just looking for any excuse
and placing our views upon that shelve
yes some comments are a real good thing
and some are meant to hurt
but just take a minute to understand
that they are in that persons words
we don't know how they feel
nor know what that person is feeling
we just stick our thoughts unto the page
because we think it so appealing
If we put ourselves into their shoes
we may not be so critical
for who are we to judge thier words
and to misinterpret it is criminal
we would like to hear your views
and we'd like for you to read
but most of all we'd like you to understand
that its our views and then conceade
for if you can read between the lines
and determine what we wrote
then you won't be so quick to judge
and post such hurtful notes


we are all critics of ourselves, but we don't try to destroy our own confidence so why do some people feel it apropriate to do it to others?

Frankie J. Dubs

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The following comments are for "the critic"
by f. j. dubs

Hey FJ, you've done a good job expressing your message to the masses.

Just out curiosity, are you for comments at all? I know that a good portion of folks use this site as a medium to recieve criticism and learn from the views of others. I'll be the first to admit that unnecessarily harsh or deconstructive criticism benefits no one, but we all need to be critiqued every once in awhile to improve.


( Posted by: strangedaze [Member] On: February 12, 2004 )

yes I do believe in critics and do welcome them, but I believe that some people only look for the worst things instead of looking at the whole product of a persons writings.Before we judge others we should put ourselves in their shoes and try to see what they see.

( Posted by: f. j. dubs [Member] On: February 13, 2004 )

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