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Popular Poetry (Action/Thriller)
  1.  Loss
  2.  Falling
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  4.  Seamless Breath
  5.  Body Quakes
  6.  Inevitable
  7.  Hope Reawakened
  8.  Womanhood
  9.  Have I told you I LOVE YOU today?
  10.  The red ink flower tree
  11.  Scumbag Satan
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  13.  Bubble Slaves
  15.  spiraling
  16.  True Friends
  17.  Fly by the Moon
  18.  A Little Persuasion Warms My Heart
  19.  Entanglement
  20.  Funny limericks

by Erin E Kelly-Moen
Tuesday, January 31, 2006
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User-Extraordinaire! What sacrilege
You design from sacral lineage!
Bitter are your nerves; bitter is your cage.
Your moan’s spittle contains alienage…

Abuser-beyond-repair! What knowledge
Can you gain in forever’s flames of hell?
Why does flesh need to understand the pledge
Of erstwhile Daemons? Wars come which impel

Transmutation of root words into shells.
Bitter shells of bitter lives deny par-
Ticulars to reside where fools now dwell,
Which, in reality, exceeds bizarre.

Wars of bio-slaking create whores whose
Every breath brings another’s sad excuse.

Erin Elizabeth Kelly-Moen
© Copyright 1/27/06


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Reviewed by Robin Ouzman Hislop

exceeds bizarre - some lines in this one & quite a sonnet
a real zing in it erin saludos

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Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa 2/3/2006
Hey Erin..this is grand style huh?..Brilliant!!

Reviewed by Divinity 11 2/1/2006
This is awesome and I love the way the words ebb and flow

Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 2/1/2006
Give 'em hell!!!

So much abuse in the world and you have a lovely rant going.
Reviewed by Only A Poet 2/1/2006
a very powerful expose in a strong voice.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 2/1/2006
Holy Moly!!

Powerful pen Erin!!

Love tinka
Reviewed by Marvin Kirsh 1/31/2006
What could be worse than a person who prostitutes his/her self refuse all of life propositions? There is nothing less to add up to add up of the person, prostituted flesh minus non-prostituted flesh, what then is there of... You cannot have existing(only on paper) a number zero. Perhaps the word prostitute is a wrong name for...?
An anger man struck from behind cannot see his foe, but maybe in the eyes of..... a beholder?....and maybe grows ugly. he'd not be a prostituter but a directly intended seeker-a blind(ed)man who births hell, the only particular he knows is of a blow appears where he looks.
Liked the rhyme, insight and observation. Regardless of what a person comprehends of such a daemon, his mind returns to the subject, as if never resolved, as easily as a simple observation were the entire story.
I also wanted to compliment you on a change in your poetry style, that it is much more succinct and to the point, shorter in words with a clearer painter picture, both in (for) the first and third person.
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