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by Danielle Mundy

Thursday, July 07, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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No more hiding in the shadows
Afraid to admit defeat
To show the fear you craved
To sound the cries that fed your lust
I stand on the precipice
Looking down at what you were
What you made me
Words forever burned in my mind
I stand now where you once stood
In control
But without the violence
Lacking the malicious intentions
That bent me to your will
No more hiding in the shadows
Afraid to admit my desires
Blindly accepting what you spoke as truth
My revenge on you
Is accepting what I've been granted
And leaving you in the dark
Where you belong


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Reviewed by Dan Zuewski (Reader) 8/10/2005
when I read this, I picture a woman, proud and standing tall on a cliff with her hair blowing in the wind... looking down...

great stuff :)
Reviewed by Richard Christopher Suarez 7/8/2005

When the slave becomes the master!'
Excellent-ly well written.
Now, This is a poem!
It is outstanding ,clear and succinct , evocative too!
I love this one...Great Job and I'll be looking out for more!
Rich Criso Suarez
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 7/8/2005
Wel penned Danielle!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Nordette Adams 7/7/2005
Sound the freedom bell! Great job, Danielle. ~~Nordette
Reviewed by Felix Perry 7/7/2005
Ah Danielle as always a strong emotinal write filled with passion and conviction. I admire your strength that shines through in this poem especailly.

Reviewed by E T Waldron 7/7/2005
Fantastic! Wish I had this when I left my abusive controling husband.
Powerfully written, and beautifully expressed. Keep strong Danielle, and give yourself credit for having the strength to do what you did!
Good to see you;-)

Reviewed by Anniemoh Ohio 7/7/2005
Awesome write, Dani. Your better off without him.
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 7/7/2005
Brilliant, Danielle. I just love the wise and gracious tone of this - albeit exercising and executing some sort of righteous indignation! You take the higher road indeed - and most of the "satisfaction" comes from the enlightenment that you win all the way round by becoming the stronger, more "emotionally intelligent" person, it seems to me from what is written here. Cool, calm and in control; THAT is dignity and "rising above it" indeed! Thank you and bless you for your condolences today, too. Kate xx
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 7/7/2005
Us older people LOL have trouble reading the small fonts; otherwise, from what I could read, a powerfully cleansing write! Thank you, Poet!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :)
Reviewed by Kathleen Herrick 7/7/2005
Emotive outpouring. Keep on trucking!
Reviewed by Jeff Mason 7/7/2005
You go! This is cleansing... at its best. Just please use a bigger font, because it's difficult to see. Thanks for sharing this raw write! -- Jeff
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