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A Few Tricks Left
by +Steven Curtis Lance
Saturday, May 28, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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"...so please do not hate / Me for the fool which I can be and bear with me // I have a few tricks left which you might like to see"


Transcendental Sonnet #1389:

A Few Tricks Left

 

My readers do not care for one another

They each read me for varying reasons

Red states versus blue brother against brother

Euros and Brits through varying seasons

With the only commonality mere me

In my maddening multiplicity

 

"How could you write that?" some ask as my white hat

Fades to black and some attack as it slips

 

But then after awhile most come to grips

With the fact that sometimes I lack the tact

Which I would have if only my mother

Were here to set me straight: so please do not hate

Me for the fool which I can be and bear with me

 

I have a few tricks left which you might like to see

 

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Reviewed by Lyndsey Nelson 7/20/2007
ver nice. Truly something to make you think. Thank you. Truth be True- Lyndsey
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 5/29/2005
Steve-- I just have 1 thing to say: YOU CAN ONLY BE -YOU- and your Powerfully STrOng in your emotions.... Time is of the essense- I love your poetry!!! and I'm glad I get it daily *( just about) you share SOoo much of -YOU- Thank you- lately,I can not write... Things come to me in their OWN time or NEED- if feels like. I spoke to my WRiting ANgel Guide, but nothing but, Space. A REASon 4 EVERything--- I can wait, maybe the write Poem is being developed in the far back mysterious places of time and to appear when needed most.... Have a GREAT Day and SLeep WEll my dear STeve- Many HuGs,SheeeOXO...
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 5/28/2005
I don't see how anyone could hate you, Stevie. Thank you for sharing your sentiments. I am in constant wonder as to how you can write so much. I feel truly blessed to get one "poem" per week. Usually, it comes through a dream deeply in the darkness of night. Love and peace to you, my friend. Regis



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