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Where am I, and
Where are you?
What space do we travel within…
What name to wear?
Clothes to bare…
Soul to wrap and gift.

How soft the skin
Faded to laugh
Hope - touch, to dance
Eyes that hold and
Words, worlds to mind.

I am here… am I?
Where is here, now?
Hand curved reality…
Murmurs within time,
Tangible shards of sand.

Passion demand life of me!
A hand, touch my expression…
Oblivion, dark sweet healer,
Hold me safe - I’m lost…
Fingertips search, my path to self.


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"I'm not an artist - I'm a f*%king work of art!"
- Marilyn Manson: (S)aint

"Hold the 'S' because I am an 'aint'"
- Marilyn Manson: (S)aint

"If at first you don't succeed, you're about average... I HATE being average."
- Adam Best

"One must either be a work of art, or wear one."
- Oscar Wilde





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The following comments are for "Confusion"
by De`esse

Excellent
It is evident to me that this particular poem is of excellence from what I have read. Sure, the author is no Emily Dickinson, but the author has my guarantee this poem is also a great poem. Bottom line is that to write a poem of this type, you don't need to remodel yourself after Dickinson.

( Posted by: Tombstone [Member] On: March 3, 2002 )





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