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Beware of Poets
by Erin E Kelly-Moen

Tuesday, March 30, 2004
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Beware the words of poets -- even own.
Wraith-wrapped and shadow-wracked they spew the spawn
Of human thoughts, whose darkest fears, unknown
Or not, crescendos out like tortured pawns

In chancy games of self-acclaim. Beware
The nights of aging fears when poets cry,
As dreams recede beyond the need to care,
So stopping flow of questions asking why.

Where safe in mind can poet go? Too late
Debate of right or wrong, blood eyes that dwell
In passionís cell negate sad errored fate
While feeding self-aimed hate... So now, farewell.

Ware wisdomís words when wisdom speaks aloud,
Lest words-of-self engulf you in their shroud.

Erin Elizabeth Kelly-Moen
© Copyright 3/30/04
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Reviewed by Hanley Harding 5/3/2004
Dear Erin; Oh YES! Very special, this one! Doc
Reviewed by ya mama (Reader) 3/31/2004
i dig this. great job.
Reviewed by Marvin Kirsh 3/31/2004
Dear erin- The light at the end of the tunnel oftens feeds our breath when the real burden lies upon others. No two people can stand in the same place to know anothers circumstance. It is hard for even a president to speak with a mixed audience and recently has said he has no neutral footing-A person should though not make the mistake of speaking (especially words taken from elsewhere or out of place for the exact person). If one finds out of the existance of a generalized malacious and blind intention he either pays for the greater mistakes or finds an impossible path to tread through a loaded mongolian-idiot's mine field (village idiots convention) mine field. If you encounter an idiots arranged damntion of shallow meaning(high priority corners-dominoes) beginning to end.... a person can withdraw suffering into a non caring-cacoon state. The Meaningless and thoughtless industry of loosers and the already lost.This is a very sad poem marvin
Reviewed by Katy Walsvik 3/31/2004
... and then there was katy xox. sigh.
Reviewed by Tracey Hardie 3/31/2004
Ohhh this is good! Well done!
Reviewed by Trish - The Trickster 3/31/2004
Write of wisdom. Excellent Erin...Enjoyed it.
Reviewed by Paul Berube 3/31/2004
Erin, love the poem and I promise I'll look before I leap.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 3/31/2004
Very interesting poem this is Erin!!

You are a true poet and I think you know!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/30/2004
Erin only a true poet would enshroud
themselves and tell others to beware
of what they produce;-)
You become a poets poet with this
fascinating memorable poem!
Reviewed by anne cunningham 3/30/2004
was clanking around, dragging chains, wandering around in my own head, and this is the last piece I'm reading, before bed. too perfect, these words by which to bid good night. most excellent, erin! truly enjoyed this. :)
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 3/30/2004
Beware of one poet in particular, her name being Erin, LOL! This made me think, something I do little of and quite rarely...thanks, Ed & Rufuz



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