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Voices
by Rose Loya

Monday, February 12, 2007
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a surviving veteran's prospective

Shuck your wielding flights of fancy, cool your heels, blow off your pansies... remember your love, she gives you her soul, that's if you live....... call off comrades, cool their daggers... better off, you'll move and swagger in a more appropriate way, freer now, that's what they say....... if you come back with your eyes if you come back telling lies about what you had to do, it's OK, God's glad for you.......... Luck to shield you, fight those lassies, think they're men but wear pink panties, remember your girl, she gives you undying love, must live........ Wall of comrades, pull their daggers, better off for you, their swagger is a more appropriate way to free now, that's what they say......... but when you come back, hide your eyes from your conscience, tell those lies to yourself, you had to, you, it's OK, we're bad WITH you........ Shuck your steely plights, no fancy, flying wheels 'cause they're for pansies... Don't forget your love, she is waiting for you, prays you live.... So fall off comrades, steal their daggers, better off for you, the swagger isn't an appropriate way to get free.... who cares, she'll say....... .....just please come back, hide your eyes, when you do, we'll tell those lies to your conscience, we have to, we'll survive the sad in you and pluck the flowers back to life, please, baby, we'll try and fight and live the life we're meant to live... please come back, so we can live...    copyright 2007 Rose Loya       

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Reviewed by Samuel Stone 4/14/2007
Enjoyed the read... interesting self flowing piece...Wishing you well...
Sam
Reviewed by Cynth'ya cynthyaspeaks@gmail.com 4/13/2007
This rocks sis.
blessin's
cynth'ya lewis reed
Reviewed by Hanley Harding 3/5/2007
Whoa...! This is "heavy duty" poetry! This could be a plaintive cry to a self-styled player from a woman who loves him, despite his street ways. The unanswered question is: Does he know the difference (will he ever realize the difference) between the plastic streets and a love which has the power to transcend and lift him up from what is going on in the gangsta lifestyle?

Very special.

Doc
Reviewed by Larry Lounsbury 2/13/2007
Valentino would cry after this beautiful love poem.
Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson 2/12/2007
wow intense and the flow
moved ducked and dodged and fell back into wanting/waiting arms
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 2/12/2007
This seems to be a message to someone, but is written well.

Sandie May Angel :o)
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