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The chains of lonliness
by Pierre Ortega

Saturday, December 31, 2005
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Trying to regain my sanity,
The world never seems to show,
how my love has faltered,
yet I think I have the right to know,
When I succumbed to vanity,
Why I was forced to grow,
under the influence of others,
into someone lost and altered,
by their hate that never seems to go.
I try to touch my own reality,
yet I can never break free
from the chains of lonliness,
That allways drag me below,
The joy that only seeks to shelter;
my soul,
from all the evil
that begs me to follow,
My heart,
from all the horror my pain
would allow,
My life,
from constant sorrow.

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Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 12/31/2005
It is never too late.
Good work!

Happy New Year to you and yours...
Reviewed by J M 12/31/2005
When we take time to reflect to search within and look around us then we are free to make changes and for growth in the areas we seek answers this is very well written I enjoyed your insight on the subject and yes lonliness is always with chains. Thank you for commenting on my poem.
Happy and Blessed New Year.
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 12/31/2005
"The chains of lonliness" shows that a new soul will grow within
the body of the speaker. Its closing line:
"My life from constant sorrow." is the arrow indicating the rebirth of an entity to reach the land of the "FREE".

I have enjoyed the reading of "The chains of lonliness", which enriched my thoughts on ontology, and made me ponder on teleological matters.

I salute You, Poet!


Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Dawn Richerson 12/31/2005
When I succumbed to vanity,
Why I was forced to grow,
under the influence of others,
into someone lost and altered,

these lines in particular struck a chord with me, Pierre. nice work, Dawn
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