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Fill My eyes--another poetic chapter header
by Terry D. Robertson
Wednesday, November 05, 2008
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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This poem opens Chapter Two giving the second biased view told in the first person.

“You don’t have to worry”
She tells him from across the fence
“It’s dirty for dirty—it’s only fair”
Hence, she watches on and sighs
Without haste or hurry she waits for him
“What a sorry face you get to wear” He replies
Then he forgets that she was ever there
Terry D. Robertson

fill my eyes, a novel of society's ills
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Reviewed by Linda Torrence (Reader) 1/5/2009
Another good poem, Terry, to let you know what the chapter ahead holds. I think that it's a good thing to do a short poem in front of each chapter to give you in sight in what you are about to read.

"Fill My Eyes" was such an interesting book about two brothers, I can't wait to read "The Backside of Yesterday"

Keep up the good work!

Reviewed by Lois Christensen 11/18/2008

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