Journeys of mine #2
by Denise Edwards
Friday, October 21, 2005
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I walked across the lobby
alerting no one of my deeds
an average looking female
none assuming, quiet
I glance at the patrons
as I enter the elevator
Once in my room, I open
the small case I'm carying
tonight, I am the hostess for a catered event
inside the hotel's posh ballroom
I remove the blonde wig,
revealing my shine baldness
I have no hair on my head or face
Inside the case, I choose thick,
tapered brows, a short page cut
black wig, and extra long lashes
And, among the many fake passports,
and thousands in untraceable money,
I retrieve a semi-automatic hand gun
long, black satin gloves will be
a perfect accessorie for my gown,
and to hide my fingerprints.........
the fingerprints of a long dead woman!
Tonight's mission is to rid one small country
of it's cruel Dictator, and for that task
I shall accumulate a wealth beyond my imgination
After changing my eye color from blue to
a deep honey brown, I get ready for my final mission!
........Sigh! the rain outside my window gives this night a sense of excitement and intrigue. I can't wait to finish this book!
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|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Intriguing, Denise; and that was probably your intent. Thank you. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Wonder ful idea and a wonderful lead in for the book you are reading perhaps you may wish at the end to put down the books name and authour in case we may decide to read as well. Very bright Denise.