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underground psalm
by Cynth'ya Lewis

Thursday, July 07, 2005
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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This world is not our home

London's tears are falling down,

falling down, falling down;

scores of bodies all around,

untamed myst'-ry

Puppet Blair blames those unseen

those unseen, those unseen,

Sins of politics now glean'd,

unsolv'd myst'-ry

yet in the Congo screams,

Congo screams;

victims block'd from freedom dream,


Deaths from war crimes sound like this,

sound like this, sound like this;

"screaming, wailing, dying kiss"


© 2005 cynth’ya lewis reed. All rights reserv'd

The Dream: Establish my own publishing name
and personal motivational website by Winter 2006.

The Method:
a. By October 30, 2005 mail-distribute 199 more autographed copies of Pieces & Other Color'd Quiltations, Abbeville Edition" (click on "books" in Cynth'ya's links to inquire on purchase.)

b. Promote a public speaking tour of a minimum 20 legally non-profit or for-profit entities by October 30, 2006 to qualify for National Speakers Association Membership (

The Target Results
As of this reading by visitors, to actively respond to Authors Den visiting authors for co-op engagements, personal appearances in educational or business settings, festival invitations, commemorative events, etc.

Any and all leads are appreciated, with letters of request sent to:
Sassy Unlimited Publications
P.O. Box 723, Muncie, IN 47308-0723.

*Speaking requests may also be emailed to: -- write EVENT in subject line.

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Reviewed by Mark Rockeymoore 7/10/2005
there's a message here, for those with eyes to see and ears to hear...thank you, nordette, for sending me to miss cynth'ya's writings...
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 7/9/2005
A mind-opening offering, Cynth'ya. Thank you. Love and peace to you. Regis
Reviewed by Cynth'ya 7/8/2005
Cynth'ya Added Comment: The following in a note from a friend in my husband's ancestors town of Abbeville SC. John Blythe (associated with the Abbeville Historical Society) sent this without knowledge of this poem.

All I have to say is God definitely knows how to share and network the gift of knowledge and wisdom. (Thanks for sending this John!)

Date: Thu, 07 Jul 2005 00:38:52 -0400
From: contactbruderhofcom <>
Subject: Daily Dig - Bono: As We Forgive Our Debtors

As We Forgive Our Debtors

Now, for all its failings and its perversions over the last 2,000
years-and as much as every exponent of this faith has attempted to
dodge this idea-it is unarguably the central tenet of Christianity:
that everybody is equal in God's eyes. So you cannot, as a Christian,
walk away from Africa. America will be judged by God if, in its
plenty, it crosses the road from 23 million people suffering from
HIV, the leprosy of the day.

What's up on trial here is Christianity itself. You cannot walk away
from this and call yourself a Christian and sit in power. Distance
does not decide who is your brother and who is not. The church is
going to have to become the conscience of the free market if it's to
have any meaning in this world-and stop being its apologist.

Jesus made forgiving debts a cornerstone of his teaching

Source: Beliefnet, 2001
Reviewed by Nordette Adams 7/7/2005
You're always packin', sis. :-) There's suffering to go around enough for us all. Let us pray. ~~Nordette
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 7/7/2005
Such haunting truths in this exceptional write Cynth'ya!

Peace, Carole
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK 7/7/2005

....CONSPIRACY,i.e. Look At Change Of Events All Leading To This Very Date!

Excellent Write...

Reviewed by Aberjhani 7/7/2005
How very wise and true your words are. Nothing justifies today's violence, but perhaps the lesson we are still trying to learn is that until we acknowledge the validity everybody's suffering, we cannot heal that of anyone's. Thus suffering begets suffering and we all continuously scream why. Stay blessed and safe.
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 7/7/2005

Shattering write--in your face, no holds barred, and the pic...

When will the madness end? When will we take care of our own? When???????? These questions must be addressed--

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :(
Reviewed by Sandra Mushi 7/7/2005
Cynth'ya you have said it so truthfully! Such a blunt write!!
By the way, I somehow found myself singing to the tunes of "London's Bridge is Falling Down". Lol.

God bless, Cynth'ya!

Reviewed by Edward Lupinacci 7/7/2005
Our focus is somewhat limited at times
it is good that you open eyes that remain closed
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 7/7/2005

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