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Behind The Poetry
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Tuesday, June 12, 2007
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She's More Than Words


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Behind The Poetry
By La Belle Rouge

you read the words,
feel the emotions in their course
for good and evil, love or hate
poetry is a powerful force

you read the words and then....a choice

you think youíre falling in love
but itís only the love of poetry
not the real woman behind it
that you want and see

the woman is more than warm emotions
more than the words youíve heard

a one dimensional being? how absurd

is the woman flesh and blood to you?
she needs and cries and feels
and yes, she bleeds just like you do

she needs more than declarations of love
and scraps thrown from your table
donít pretend to love her if you arenít truly able

she can be all she has written
but not to one who can't be all she needs
so when her loving words you read

if you like, fall in love with the verses
but please donít bring any curses
on yourself and another tender heart
by just playing a theatrical part

remember she's real, not just a poem
and her heart is not your toy
before you speak consider where itís going
love might bring more pain than joy

sheís much more than the words
men's searching hearts have heard

take care what you do or donít
maybe youíd be satisfied to play a game
but the woman behind the poetry wonít



6/12/2007 La Belle Rouge

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Reviewed by Edward Lupinacci 6/18/2007
All so true But when you meet someone who excels the poetry that is written That then becomes the poetry of real love
the kind where words could never really express the emotion
so you stop trying opps Im babbling, better go
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 6/13/2007
Excellent offering....and I love the honesty of Ronny's comment!!

Say what you mean and mean what you say!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 6/13/2007
Once, long ago, I got an e.mail saying that reading a particular review put a smile back in an otherwise sad face of someone living a tight spot that moment.
Words are meant to communicate or to heal somebody's wond, to pacify, to reassure, not to be wasted again and again saying sorry.
Always is out there someone that needs a kind word.
Georg
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot 6/13/2007
Brilliant Belle, a keeper.
ty for this gem.
really gets to the heart and soul.
Ch'erie
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 6/13/2007
Amazing writng,enjoyed very much...Hugsssss
Reviewed by jude forese 6/12/2007
one cannot separate a poet's soul from the form or manner of its expression ... i cannot imagine disassociating either ... well penned thoughts, La belle...
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 6/12/2007
Just because I Smooooch a lot of women here
doesn't mean I want to jump in the sack with them.
Smile....
I get your point. Some folks do play games they
shouldn't..
I've come to love the words and admire the poets..
Always a pleasure to read you La Belle...
Reviewed by Morning Star 6/12/2007
Truly amazing write!

Just like the expression of behind every successful man

Theirs a woman, behind every beautiful poetic thought

Theirs a great poet or poetess gliding the

Feathers of his / her quill through the paper

Placing those feelings of love

And those thoughts and emotions the tears from the heart!!

Outstanding write my friend Wishing you

Love Peace and Happiness...Morning Star

Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 6/12/2007
Enjoyed the insight brining reality to what and who moves the pen....

Be safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Katherine Chandler 6/12/2007
I truly believe that some people do indeed
fall in love with our words, never thinking
about the person behind them -- I have a
passion for words but like you, I am so much
more than the words I pen. Very emotive poem
so filled with meaningful dialogue.

Love,
Katherine
Reviewed by Lydia Shutter (Reader) 6/12/2007
Wise words here, La Belle....ones of empowerment. Always well written. Lydi**
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 6/12/2007
Not so sure..I agree about love, that's complex. But every poet I've met, have been just as I imagined them. I think after 20 poems or so, a poet can't hide their real self...Apart from me being the mad axeman... Plus most in the arts are the best kinda folk, not just because 80% seem to be women, but there is an openess and fellowship that is not found other than in church... Seya up the belfry
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 6/12/2007
remember she's real, not just a poem
and her heart is not your toy
before you speak consider where itís going
love might bring more pain than joy

Extremely Sage, La Belle!
Reviewed by Lewis Findley (Reader) 6/12/2007
Behind EVERY poet and Poetess IS a real human being, O yes indeed.
Reviewed by Dale Clark 6/12/2007
Oh I hear that...same thing applies
to men I think, perhaps not all.
playing games with lives is not my
bag, and in my book not right!
Great write Belle!
Reviewed by Larry Lounsbury 6/12/2007
Yes, there is a voice behind the verse.Enjoyed
Reviewed by Southern Comfort 6/12/2007
A BIG AMEN! Sweet Sissy! Do men who fall in lust with verse written from a feminine heart and hand, consider the woman behind the poem? She is very real and has wants and needs, to unlock the passion she writes he needs an understanding heart and mind. LOVE YOU! Sissy
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