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Ships of Relations
by H J Cruz

Saturday, July 28, 2007
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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What ya bee sailing maitee


 


SHIPS OF RELATIONS


 


By H.J. Cruz


7/28/07


 


Look yee unto the bay, find yer merry ship o fools,


Aye, darís war ships en worships, darís whore ships wit-out  wenches. Darís a court ship wit-out a court, en sum friendships, companion ships, en evon a feu dictatorships. But not a flag stays on the mass head fer long, excepun dat one. Sheís the true flag ship; Da ship o relations, en mighty battle scared is she!


 


 


Communication break down,


Two parts of a frown.


I thought he/ she said,


Foreign image in a head,


One word too many,


One word too few,


Expressive heart language


Long over due.


I love your this,


Donít give me that!


I want your kiss,


Save formalities chat.


 


O the pleasantries of extremities


Brought O Sirus to his knees,


I need a mid section,


For lusty circumspection.


How we relate


Often casting fate,


When thoughts become frank,


Emotion tenders the spank,


With eyes of truth


Characterís fragility a-spook.


Can fleshy bone


Give spirit atone?


How to love indiscriminate,


Unconditionally substantiate.


 


How to love without possibles, point or penis.


Now to love without politics, purpose or passion.


Oh the pressure, pretense and promenade,


Missionís impossible serenade.


 


As a river to an ocean,


Endless tributaries of devotion,


Another squall or allís dead calm,


Ships- relations temper drama & psalm.


 



 


 

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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 4/26/2008
The photo strongly complements these powerful verses. Thank you for sharing this offering. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Mary Coe 2/23/2008
Fantastic! A brilliant write.
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 10/27/2007
WOW! This is EXCELLENT Sir CRuz!
YOu 0utdid yourself on your thinking and writing here!
I feel a sad pain, in your wording!
Hang In!
WArmly, WArrior Lady Sheeeoox

STay Positive!
Ships of Fools, can be many thoughts and relationships in depth!
Love the X-ray pict. Way Kewl! Passing Time, I see...
Reviewed by Bill Grimes Jr. 9/29/2007
I especially love the photo my friend....Beautiful work.....

:-)
Reviewed by E T Waldron 7/30/2007
Fantastic! I love your work H.J. This one is remarkably astute! Take a bow!;-)
Reviewed by Walt Hardester 7/29/2007
With eyes of truth
Characterís fragility a-spook

Excellent.....fragile characters do indeed spook at truthful eyes,
If the character is full of lies.

Walt
Reviewed by Morning Star 7/29/2007
Wow this is a ships of a poem!
I love it, beautifully expressed and
Very profound poetic thoughts
But yes I have to agreed with Amber
The ship of relations in realty is
A ship of foolish attempts.
Hugsss Love Peace and Joy to you always...Morning Star
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 7/29/2007
Loved the entire poem but these lines are brilliant "How to love without possibles, point or penis. Now to love without politics, purpose or passion." Would that we could learn to love that way with fewer or no conditions. Wonderful work H.

Reviewed by Georg Mateos 7/29/2007
We are like a peaceful navegating brig assaulted again and again by buccaneers thoughts trying to rob from us the peace.
Great write!!!
Georg
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 7/28/2007
We all ride in the Ship Of Fools , sometimes Ships of Relations, can block what fools we are at that moment, but afterward, when you finally dock, you realize that the Ship of Relations really is the Ship of foolish Endeavor!

Very deep poem, HJ, But very thought provoking. I am loving your book, thank you.
Peace, Love, and Light,
Amber "V"
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 7/28/2007
enjoyed the read
Reviewed by Southern Comfort 7/28/2007
Oh Poor Baby! Yore pain and emotions run well deep! You so need a hug and a pat and an assuring," There, There Baby, it's gonna be all right!" SC
Reviewed by LadyJtalks LadyJzTalkZone (Reader) 7/28/2007
love or lust both can confuse the ... 'thought' Lady J
Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader) 7/28/2007
A very deep poem. Victor
Reviewed by Nicky Goodman 7/28/2007
*nods* Aye aye Captin :D nice one Cruz...



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