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Charisma
by Kate Burnside

Saturday, February 05, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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CHARISMA


Charisma can't be bought, earned or learned;
cannot be loaned or borrowed;
if you've got it, it's yours for keeps
and you can't even GIVE it away!

Charisma is more desirable than vast wealth
and more pleasing than fine art;
it does not fade with the passing of time,
and can even open wide the doors
that are locked to success and beauty.

Pure and simple, it's a gift...

And anyone can have it - my friend does:
Just last week, we took a stroll,
promenading Millionaire's Row
at Sandbanks in Poole Harbour;
honey-blonde, sleek and finely toned,
she turned heads and elicited greetings
from all who wanted contact.
I was the one proud to be
walking by her side, vicariously sharing
in her attention - Yeah, Baby!

Charisma: Don't underestimate its power!
I have never seen so many heads turn,
Mexican Wave,
as did that day at Cafe Shore
when, table-by-table, they sought
to gaze upon The Gifted...

And she's not A-Listed, well-heeled
or even... well - human!†

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Reviewed by L. Figgins 2/7/2005
It's only because she looks like Buddha...what a face! These dogs are the most loyal and loving on earth. 'Charisma' means 'gift', so she is aptly named...lovely poem, Kate.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 2/6/2005
Superb tribute and the photo complements it so well. Thank you, Kate. Love and peace. Regis
Reviewed by George Jackson 2/6/2005
That is one beautiful dog, Kate. Great poem=).
Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader) 2/5/2005
And you would not take a million for her and what a beauty she is.
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 2/5/2005
Kate,

Charisma has it in spades--what an adorable pic!

And what a proud write--I, too, would be honored to be in her presence. :) An excellent dedication to your baby.

Give her a (((HUG))) from me, and (((HUGS))) and love to you, too--Karla. :)
Reviewed by Donna Quesinberry 2/5/2005
kate,

love the pic.
great write.

thanks,
d.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 2/5/2005
You know your subject well, Sweet write.

Felix
Reviewed by E T Waldron 2/5/2005
Kate that is one beautiful dog.I hesitated over the word dog;-)lol because she's so lovely...hahaha anyway I wonder if your charisma wore off on her or was it a mutual exchange;-) Whichever, the poetry is a creative delight! Thank you! etw
Reviewed by Katy Walsvik 2/5/2005
Au Contraire, mon ami (the extent of my French! ha!) oh, wait... there's oui. And oui is only the beginning for this far more than cool piece, Ms. Kate. Some drip jewels (ICK!) while others have perfume leaking from every pore (double ICK!) but YOU: Charisma-drenched woman that you are! Oh, yes... I know these things.

The picture is of a grand dame, indeed. It has been my pleasure to read as well as look at this page. You are both mah-ve-lous, within AND without! katy xox
Reviewed by A PAX 2/5/2005
This is your puppy???
Now I understand the write and do agree she is a head turner....
I love her name, I used to have a yellow lab/golden retriever mix dog that followed my son home from school, and the owners gave her to us....her name was Chablis...........

those are the best dogs!!!

now I have a husky shepard, all white totally beautiful, looks like an artic fox.....and a white bishon freise.........
they are evil! lol

Your poem brought a smile to me ty for that
pax A
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 2/5/2005
... Well, then, Janet!! Perhaps your Willoughby ought just to meet my Willow - TRUE!! That's her name... My, my, there's some amazing coincidences knocking around The Den today...!! LOL :) PS - an afterthought... I take it Willoughby's your dog and not your husband?! My mind is just flippin with Phil's commment inbetween and don't want to make for any confusion here!!!??? K
Reviewed by Phillip William Allen 2/5/2005
I used to use my Golden retriever to make contact with those of the opposite gender. I know what you mean by their ability to turn heads LOL
Reviewed by George Carroll 2/5/2005
Some people exude it as you do in your lovely and delightful poems. Never saw an animal that didn't posses it and the dog in your pic melts me to my heart, with it.
Reviewed by Janet Parker 2/5/2005
I want to jump inside the picture and let her nuzzle my face...but Willoughby might get a little jealous. This is a fun poem about my second favorite species.
Reviewed by Kenny Baez 2/5/2005
jeez, are we on the same wavelength or what? from one doggy to another, you have the scent of a poet about you, ma'am!
I like your coat! kenny
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 2/5/2005
Just looking at her picture, I can tell Charisma eeks from her very essence - and it's probably why I love nonhuman creatures so much - many of them truly have it - and they don't let it go to their egomaniacal heads - like so many humans do!
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 2/5/2005

This poem depicts the magic and wonders of "Charisma". It is an enjoable reading, written with charismatic words.

Thank You for sharing "Charisma".


Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 2/5/2005
Very true. Kharismatic Kate...



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