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Tumble Weed
by stan n nassano

Sunday, September 28, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Tumble Weed

I’m home now
so they say
same ole house of
boyhood days

A different song
same ole feelings
here…..the loneliness seems
that constant pounding
like striking a drum
over and over
nowhere left to
nowhere to hide
every mirror
has a story

all the walls with fresh
changing seasons, colors blending
days getting shorter, words left broken

I’m a weed that just needs pulling
the apple left…. to long a

A solider without a fortune
same ole story, different tune
highway humming a softer
tires rolling …so
I can’t stay

pain is just
to Unbearable
I’m alone always  was
it’s not good, it’s not bad
it’s just the way

it is
I’m different
in a crooked way

Adjusting, growing toward the
leaving the old
 memories stored
yea I admit
I loved her once
that was then this is now
I do love

And will miss her bad

Snassano 09 28-08


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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 8/16/2010
The images add substance to the feelings and meaning expressed in your verses, Stan. Thank you. Love and peace,

Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 10/10/2008
This is truly wonderful writing, as is the imagery.
Reviewed by Myrna Badgerow 10/3/2008
Superb! Not much to say after that.. just superb!

Reviewed by Michelle Mead 10/1/2008
I like this stlye, it is fresh and the imagery is strong.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 9/29/2008
Sounds like your wandering feet have found a place to rest. Excellant write Stan, hope you find peace.
Reviewed by D Johnson 9/29/2008
Stan, good writing, keep it up.

Cheers wherever you are,
Reviewed by Gene Williamson 9/29/2008
Stan, one of your best. And the heart of it is in
these few words:

itís not good, itís not bad
itís just the way

it is


Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 9/29/2008
As always sweetie..excellent writing...stay safe and well always...Hugss
Reviewed by Axilea MU 9/28/2008
It's interesting the way you look at familiar things, places, with a different eye. The poem gives a feeling of continuous movement, as if one was trapped in a cage, a familiar one, but one that now seems narrow and confined.

Reviewed by Charlie 9/28/2008
"Iím different in
a crooked way...Adjusting,
growing toward the sun"

...great analogy here in a haiku rythm... --Charlie
Reviewed by Stuart McCallum 9/28/2008
An amazing piece of writing which has drawn me have a wonderful talent.
All the best in life, Stuart
Reviewed by E T Waldron 9/28/2008
A splendid poem Stan,and anyone who can
write like this has so much more to offer
than they think.This is exceptional!...ET

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