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Im going to try this to see if it works. (fingers crossed)








Reflections snoitcelfeR

Looking in the mirror. ?em yllaer ti saW
Who had I become? ?eb ot desoppus saw I ohw ti saW
Or was it simply someone else? .em ta kcab gnikooL
Am I as wise as Iím supposed to be? .ees ot srehto rof noitcelfer a tsuj rO
Full of life love and affection. .noitcelfer erem a naht erom hcuM
Am I the one spoken so highly of? ?fo noitcelfer derorrim a tsuj rO

Steve E. Poore erooP E. evetS
July 7th ,2005 5002, 7th yluJ


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STEVE E. POORE


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by POISON9901

Reflections
neat reflections in the mirror...I read it perfectly...very different kind of poem and good questions...I have asked myself the same at times...great..Kacee

( Posted by: nitz kitty [Member] On: April 25, 2006 )

Reflections
As always thanks for the comment Nitz, I was,nt sure if this would work as planned. Again many thanks and have a wonderful day
Poison

( Posted by: POISON9901 [Member] On: April 25, 2006 )

Name it
Steve,

you might have created a new type of poetry. I am no expert, but I do not believe this style has yet been named. Very cool idea, so creative. I think you should research a little and see if you can get one of the world poetry bodies (I don't know who they are, someone at a university somewhere) to let you name this style. Maybe call it mirror poetry or something.

BW

( Posted by: BWOz [Member] On: April 25, 2006 )

Mirror
BWoz,,,Hmmmm, I never really thought about that. Thanks and I surely will check into that. As always, Thanks for the comment and advice.
Poison

( Posted by: POISON9901 [Member] On: April 26, 2006 )

Steve's reflections
As always Lucie, Thanks for the comment and as I told BWoz I will check into this style and see what I can come up with. Again thanks for the comment.
Poison

( Posted by: POISON9901 [Member] On: April 26, 2006 )





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