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You're A Snake!
by E T Waldron
Monday, February 20, 2006
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Last night I watched a nature show on pbs It showed how the Bush people in "Australia according to their mythology, believe all snakes came from water to become many other things(Like us;-)
Herpatologists there doing a study on this found a python with teeth. The ugliest thing I ever saw a snake with teeth and looked like it could be a human face. It gave me the shivers, and I wrote this poem. The strange thing is I had written a story a couple months ago, some of you read, called Zar the Shapeshifter,about a man that shape shifted into a snake. Now that really shook me;-) lol !

~*~
It slithered out of the water
wove serpentine in the sand
when it came to a large boulder
it shape shifted and stood up as man
it felt an inordinate amount of power
looking all around beholding the land
It decided it must be the worlds master
To control all that he saw with his hands
Everything was lush with vibrant life
His master plan was  to start with a mate
Within a short time the world was in strife
The planet was confused full of hate
He tried slither back from where he came
But to his utter dismay it was too late
The toxic water soon cost him his fame
And the shark whose appetite he did sate

etw-2006
 

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Reviewed by Only A Poet 2/21/2006
the images are so real, the metaphor powerful.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 2/21/2006
I happen to like snakes, Tiger Lily - the reptile kind. This sounds more like the Devil himself.
Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen 2/21/2006
Yikes, Eileen! How am I gonna sleep now?
Well penned delight, Poetess.
Peace and Blessings,
Carolyn
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 2/20/2006
interesting!! please check out
Haiku ..... 4th grade boys, the kids are so thrilled they are on the internet
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 2/20/2006
Excellent thought provoker you have written here, Eileen, but I am not a fan of snakes. They terrify me, especially if I am not expecting them! Well done; brava! (thanks for the prayers!)

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :(
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 2/20/2006
Eileen,

Thought provoking; excellent write. Snakes give me the willies. :)

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Birgit and Roger Pratcher 2/20/2006
We do love and respect all critters, but do keep a careful distance to those guys, brrrr. Excellent write! Now we have to look at this Zar the Shapeshifter story!!!!
Love Birgit and Roger
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 2/20/2006
Bad place this earth when a slimy snake doesn't want any part of it. Still, there is much merit to those words, Eileen. Very perceptive.
Reviewed by Janet Parker 2/20/2006
This is a good write, Eileen. But I freaked when I saw the picture. I'm one of those people who cannot even look at a photo of a snake. I can't look at them at all! I guess it's a phobia.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 2/20/2006
Grrrrrrrrr!!

And I was born in the year of the snake......makes on think huh???

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers 2/20/2006
I didn't see that but sure wish I had.
This is a stark reminder that no matter how powerful we are (or think we are) there is always something or somebody with a bit more stealth and power than us.
I'm not fond of snakes..so this gave me chills!
Good write Eileen!

Lisa
Reviewed by Peter Paton 2/20/2006
There are quite a few snake oil doctors about these days still Eileen !
No wonder the world is in such a diabolical mess !
Enjoyed this interesting write
Love
Peter
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 2/20/2006
I know some snakes myself, most lawyers come to mind...ed
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