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Helen J Vandepeer

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· Tom Ugly

· Gifts

· Rhyming tales of Victor Thomas

Short Stories
· An Adventure in my own Back Yard.

· I am Angry

· Things just Ain'twhat they used tobe


· Unscientific Opinion

· Whatever happened to customer service

· A fly away weekend

· Where the wind blows hot from the North.

· Hi Mom.

· The Entry

· Australian storm

· The Bitter Wind of Evil

· Cananda Wintertime

· Rumpelstiltskin

· Orchestra of Nature

· Last Night.....

· Moon Goblins

· Before the Dawn this morning.

· Marjory

· Haiku-ie

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· My first adult book

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· short story is now published


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  Helen of Troy
by Helen J Vandepeer
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.

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 Helen of Troy


conquest or conqueror

essence of woman immortalized

pay the price of war.


Haikabu   (my own style)

For Helen of Troy a tragic price

Paris must pay now with his life

Messed around with an-other's wife

That's what started all the strife

Achilles fought Hector with such zeal

Till the sword that killed; struck his heel------

Truth and myth are blended together

telling a story for men to remember------

Paris should have looked away

when he gazed at Helen that day


Haikaboo    (again my style)

should have stayed home tis said

but Helen

ended in his bed

Paris loved her more than life

it got him into awful strife

A wooden horse, years of war

bloody battles lots of gore

The moral girls is keep away

when the little boys go out to play


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Reviewed by Leslie Bond 10/2/2011
Im very impressed with your poem, their's a certain quality in your work that you don't see everyday! Leslie Bond
Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 12/17/2009
Excellent poem.take care
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 11/18/2009
Cool! Helen of Troy and the Trojan horse all in the same train of thought, fantastic...

Be always safe,
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