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by Richard Christopher Criso Suarez
Thursday, March 30, 2006
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I really went out there for my first one back. I have had no choice to deal with life on life;s terms and i am so happy to be beack ,..i will spean the next few weeks cathing up on your works.

Under the radiant light of truth here I stand facing you

and in itís blazing heat you gazing stares right through the

depth of me

I once dreamed of us reaching this place but I never saw it

as empty ,..I mayíve never dared to really look beyond the land

of plenty

or is it me once again who sees enemies where there should be

friends where does this suspicion end

the cut was quick

one gash did the terrible trick and now to resume the course

to throw away the guilt and remorse

to find new day ,..great new reasons to live

and awesome things to each other again say

it has to be for me

to work out in methodic way

my whole world seems to be scenes in the most outrageous play

the director the producer and the leading role

no regrets at all

I used to believe insanity was in the mind

and wow how I wasted so much precious time

when at last I came to find

it is the filthy heart and that makes one nuts

but mine thank God is clean

which should mean

I know how to love and when one does

it is enough !

see me as I am for once!

copyright 2006 Richard Criso Suarez

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Reviewed by Tami Ryan 4/8/2006
I see so much growth in your work, Ricky, and I really enjoyed this reflective piece. Keep writing!

Reviewed by Regis Auffray 4/7/2006
Thank you for sharing this self-reflecting poem, Rich. It's good to have you back. Love and peace,

Reviewed by Cynth'ya 4/5/2006
The most important thing is to know that we see, and we change as we continue learning day by day--even if others are blind to the changes,
blessin's Bro. Rich,
cynth'ya lewis reed
Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson 4/2/2006
Welcome back, Rich! We've missed your heartfelt poetry!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 3/31/2006
Welcome back Ricky!!

love Tinka
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 3/30/2006
Welcome back Rich, sometime it is in the journey, that we find our true course...
love and peace, Carole
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 3/30/2006
The contrast here of SEE ME AS I AM is a fictional story with a true story. We are the directors of our lives and many times it is life's drama played out on our own channel. We have to sometimes change our ways of life, so to speak, turn the channel. Things pollute our mental waters. When we know this has happened, we have to fill our minds with fresh thoughts, which will gradually replace our polluted waters that produce some of our most destructive times. The script isn't a magic wand, but it is a good beginning toward the kind of desires that will produce healthy, happy living. Blessed Be, Cetacea Son. I love you the most, you know.

Your spiritual sister,

Reviewed by Betty Torain 3/30/2006
Welcome back Rich. BEAUTIFUL poem I missed writings. Love, Betty Torain
Reviewed by Crystal Silver Angel (Reader) 3/30/2006
(((( Richard )))) this is absolutley stunning.The poets muse is lovley. I hear your heart raw and beautiful..God bless you!!!!!

Hugs And Love, JoAnne
Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/30/2006
Welcome back Rich! This poem can be taken in many ways. There is sadness joy pain love among other things and I hope you are truly okay!

Reviewed by Rosemarie Skaine 3/30/2006
Beautiful description of your journey with a hard won, but rewarding end, love. R
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