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Haziness at first
Purpose in life made known, then
nothing can stop you.

"And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what the will of God is, that which is good, and acceptable, and perfect." Romans 12:2

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The following comments are for "Dreams of a Future Man"
by pinoy_celt

nice, concise
I like this poem a lot. It really hits on something. I mean... it hits on the motivation of a human being and once a human being has meshed himself with something bigger, he's confident. Also, I like how I found a haiku I really like because I generally have contempt for haikus. Maybe I need to re-think my position on haikus. I guess I just don't like highly structured poems because they blacken thought. I think that the poet should keep rythm and ryhme to a minimum, allowing his poems to live in a no man's land between prose and poetry. But his word choice will be extensive and thus his meaning clearer.

( Posted by: Seanspacey [Member] On: January 13, 2003 )

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