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terri's stir
by Cynth'ya Lewis cynthyaspeaks@gmail.com
Friday, March 18, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Graphic Explained by the artist, John WorldPeace:

Titled artwork: "The Birth of Peace"

"A partial interpretation from the artist's transient perspective

At the center of the painting is an Amazon emerging from a portal into this reality. Her shoulders are strong because she must carry the world on her back. Her breast are large because she must feed the whole world. Her head is back because she is struggling to take her first breaths.

She is flanked on either side by a male and female dragon which represents the duality of this reality. The dragons represent all the awesome power of the universe. They represent all dimensions. These are small dragons because they only reside within the earth's reality. On the the earth they are assigned to protect Peace. They are her connection to the universe and to God and they are at the same time her warriors in times of need. They will be her constant companions for as long as she exists in this reality.

The dove of peace rise up using their energy to help birth her into this reality.

The background is made up of butterflies that represent the constant change in this reality and all dimension and facets of this reality. A constant metamorphosis.

WorldPeace
March 11, 2003

How can we manifest peace on earth if we do not include everyone (all races, all nations, all religions, both sexes) in our vision of Peace." quoted by John WorldPeace from


When the senate declare to us "I'm you're daddy", then maybe they'll have a case. Freedom and family choice should never be chained by the majority rule.


in a dream i had

seems recent as 15 years

somethin' 'bout
not being pretty
enough to be the
perfect

All-American
Princess

so i purg'd myself
of everything that
i needed

it was how i learn'd
to deal with frustration

not feeling so hot-2-trot
about my own inner image
regardless of reason

but you people,
you have NO excuse

see, i still have a brain
but i ain't as insane
as those who claim to speak
for me

Congress, time to take off your halos
and here me right now. . .


when i said "i do" that meant
my business was not between thee
and my parents, but between
my man Michael, and me

that forsake mother and father thing,
well, unfortunately it still applies
as much as my ability to breathe

too bad i can't write a letter
to The Hill, tell them to
take a chill pill, and leave,
just leave my case to those
who by God's special grace
were given a degree to use
some common sense, not bow
to the needs of some religious

holy rollers who may feel
that somehow they don't need
to repent. . . see there are
way to many hungry, dying for food
when you took away their livelihoods,
forced them on the street corners
selling their bodies
for drugs, booze and food

there are too many people
who can't make it to work
with the price of a gallon
of gas owned by jerks

there are too many illness
left undisclosed, not enough
for insurances paid thru the nose

there are too many prisons
pack'd tight like the boats
of the ancestral slaves
who were worth less than goats

don't come at me with all
of this right-to-life balk
when the real problems rise
all you're good at is talk

yeah, my voice could go on,
oh, but don't judge me rude
God has freed life in spirit
that means more than some tube


© 2005 cynth’ya lewis reed
with all (of my unalienable) rights
(without special government interests,)reserv'd!



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Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/25/2005
I don't think there has ever been such an era of confusion as this one. Excellent write Cynth'ya, and art!

(Still looking for bunnie puiece;-)?


etw
Reviewed by Karen Chalfant (Reader) 3/25/2005
The whole thing is so sad and frustrating. Wonderful write and points well make, Cynth'ya!
Reviewed by Elaine Carey 3/25/2005
Great expression of the frustration we are feeling with the whole recent case!
And the body image thing--count me in on that.
Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson 3/22/2005
Powerful!!!!
Insightful!!!
wise!!!
compassionate-ly real on something I just couldn't
keep up with very sad what is going on there
this is a wonderful, brillant share!!!
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 3/21/2005
Powerful, introspective write....
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 3/20/2005
Powerful ....very very powerful write...very social write...love n luck...BHUWAN!!
Reviewed by jude forese 3/20/2005
powerful social statement and introspective reflection ...
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK 3/19/2005
Another Damned Good Write For Those Who can Read Right On !!

TRASK
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 3/19/2005
Cynth'ya,

Hear, Hear!!!!!!!!! Big Brother is watchin'...they are meddlin' where they needn't be meddlin'...GRRRRRRRRRRR

THANK YOU, SIS, for havin the courage and the balls (sorry) to stand up and speak truth. STANDIN O!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.

POWERFUL, POWERFUL write!
Reviewed by Aberjhani 3/19/2005
Powerful social commentary and deeply moving spiritual meditation.
Reviewed by David Young 3/19/2005
You tell them cynth'ya we are not slaves to the legislature that want to put their values on us. I loved the painting and the explanation.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 3/19/2005
A wise message, Cynth'ya. Thank you. Love and peace to you. Regis
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 3/19/2005
ecxellent stuff, cynth'ya! very good!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in tx., karen lynn. :D
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 3/19/2005
Powerful write Cynth'ya!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by George Jackson 3/19/2005
Powerful, excellent write, Cynth'ya. Thank you for sharing this.
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 3/19/2005
Her breasts are large because she must feed the whole world.

Thanks for the new chat up line..



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