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by E T Waldron

Sunday, June 11, 2006
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She listened with oedipal ears
Knowing the difference between
Condemnation and conviction

The woman who condemned her
A wretched wanton excuse for a female
Didn't deserve the name "mother"

The fools of the world may condemn
But she had overcome the world
Through the One who convicts

Divine Spirit convicts in order to change
But does not condemn believers
Some refuse to learn the truth

They see with lily pad eyes
And listen with frog like ears
Unable to decipher spirit talk

To live in a pond of stagnant waters
Never being refreshed or enlightened
Makes for a dreary ignorant lifestyle

Good father's have wisdom to share!





"Differing views"published June Magazine Wynter Thunder~
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Reviewed by Taylor Ryan 6/19/2006
To live in a pond of stagnant waters
Never being refreshed or enlightened
Makes for a dreary ignorant lifestyle

This says it all for my wheels are turning!
xo Taylor

Reviewed by Mac McGovern 6/15/2006
The best, simply the best. A pleasure to read and good food for thought.

Reviewed by Birgit and Roger Pratcher 6/14/2006
Excellent done!
Reviewed by Linda Hill 6/12/2006
Excellent poetry.

Reviewed by Mr. Ed 6/12/2006
To live in a pond of stagnant waters
Never being refreshed or enlightened
Makes for a dreary ignorant lifestyle

It surely does, Tiger Lily; it surely does.

Reviewed by ROCK-Salt! Proctor 6/11/2006
"A prophet is always misunderstood and often hated in his home town", seems relevent here, as well. Art You sure are prolific of late. Your writing is superb.
Reviewed by jude forese 6/11/2006
i'm not sure if i agree with the premise of this poem but it certainly stimualtes the synapses ...
Reviewed by L. Figgins 6/11/2006
Yes, sad and has much personal meaning to me. Strong you are...

Reviewed by m j hollingshead 6/11/2006
good one
Reviewed by Crystal Silver Angel (Reader) 6/11/2006
SSSssooooooo TRUE...Thanks angel for this treasure..

Xxxx dove
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 6/11/2006
This expresses a great deal, Eileen. It makes one think. Thank you. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 6/11/2006
On my wall hangs -A fathers prayer- Pray of St Joseph, saint of fathers...

I hope one day to be allowed to be that..This is sadder than sad...
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 6/11/2006
I do not know of whom you speak, but a father worthy of Father's Day doesn't appear to be present.

Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 6/11/2006
Interesting take on the messy things people strive to give to each other in the name of whatever. You zeroed in on the real problem as you always do, Eileen.
Reviewed by George Carroll 6/11/2006
Peter has the right idea and I agree with him.
Reviewed by Peter Paton 6/11/2006
As long as we alright by the Just Judge...then we don't need to be concerned by the self opinions of pygmies and maggots...
You tell it as it is, Eileen
Reviewed by richard cederberg 6/11/2006
"Some refuse to learn the Truth"


This revelation is filled with strong, but apt descriptions, of what blindness can do.

Why is it everyone else sees someone in this state except the person themselves?

You were prolific again today Eileen!
Reviewed by Connie Hinnen Cook 6/11/2006
Brilliant, Eileen! And so very few know the difference
between condemnation and conviction.
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