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please, don't SHOUT
by stan n nassano

Saturday, September 08, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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please donít SHOUT

am I the only one
to feel the calmness
of this forest
the trees,birdsong,wind

donít shout, donít yell
stop the hollering

Tis no slave song you sing
you shout in anger not in

you fellows arguing with
each other
there is a better

come here and rest with me

gather in the shade
gaze out over

The valley below
let the answers find there way

do you hear the flowers


asking you to
can you feel the
of the breeze
trying to cool you
why are you shouting

out here
amongst my friends

there are no enemies
lower you guard, lay
down in the grass
my friend


let the pasture move you past
to the place out here

sound carries

come walk with me

and see

the trees will swallow you

in this ,sacred


follow me into

This hollow
a cocoon of silence

Leave behind, the cacophony of
noise and

voices of frustration
I speak the truth
nothing else matters
leave your worries
walk with me
Snassano 09-07-07


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Reviewed by Dale Clark 9/10/2007
It is the gospel truth and if we would
just listen, we would hear. We live in a
world of much chaos and need a sanctuary.
Great message Stan.
Reviewed by K. Mulroney 9/10/2007
These words have an easy, safe flow to them. They make one feel like a blanket of serenity slowly protects them from the harsh ways of the world. To fast, to loud, not enough thoughts of others. Simple Stan, but very passionate.
Reviewed by Myrna Badgerow 9/10/2007
I absolutely love this!! My healing place is the bayou and as my father would have said 'If only they would listen to what it said'

Reviewed by Walt Hardester 9/9/2007
Soft and natural this is. But I was already sitting here so still and quiet you didn't even notice me. Best to ya.

Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 9/8/2007
Nature is healing. It is my harmony too. I appreciate your thoughts!
Reviewed by Southern Comfort 9/8/2007
Another AWESOME write! You are a man intune with the beauty and peacefulness of nature. Through your vivid imgery, your readers are able to have the experience with you. SC
Reviewed by Kathy Armijo 9/8/2007
On a personal note, I can't hear when people shout.

Your poem speaks of wonderful silence and peacefulness. I admire how softly you made a statement against shouting.

Reviewed by D Johnson 9/8/2007
Stan, there seems to be shades of Thoreau in this write, well done!

Reviewed by Christine Alwin 9/8/2007
Peacful and so Content,, nature has a way of calming the soul,,
thanks for the walk,, Christine
Reviewed by Jennave Coz 9/8/2007
In silence then, and reverie,considerate of such beauty, and your poetry.Thank you .Jen
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 9/8/2007
OK,but walk softly sweet man,beautiful writing stan from such a loving and caring soul.Stay safe and well dear man...Hugsssssssss
Chanti Lace xo

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