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STERLING SILVER ROSE
by Theresa F Koch

Tuesday, September 24, 2002

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Written , 28th March 2001.

Photography taken by Theresa Jodray.


Sterling silver rose pricks the soft skin of the receiver. Given out of guilt from lust it seems to be only proper. Rotten sweet smelling thing brings with it resentment. Hearts torn to deep this time for the seamstress to repair...

Bleeding from within she smiles in her prettiest fake smile. Not wanting to lose this sick sense of phony suburban security. No where to go this time, no friends left, no where to hide. She puts on the act of the dummy not looking into the lie..

Blue rose seems to mock her interior, blue inside yet sweet smelling. Almost ironic to look into its bud, then you'll see it's been cut and dying inside. Phone rings and he runs to it, this time she's glad for the peace of the moment. She feels there is no where to go, no friends to call, no where for her to cry....




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Reviewed by Victor Jensen 10/3/2002
There always seems to be some thorns among the roses. Guess that's just life. Vic
Reviewed by E T Waldron 9/27/2002
I feel An intense felt frustration here. Excellent poem TJ and pic as well...
Reviewed by jude forese 9/27/2002
this invokes a feeling of controlled desparation...
Reviewed by Peter Addo 9/26/2002
Excellent...
Reviewed by Sharon Williamson (Reader) 9/25/2002
You are truely gifted
Excellent write my friend,
Sharon;)
Reviewed by Ron Dondiego 9/25/2002
I could really feel her despair, I almost wanted to reach into the poem to comfort her. (You also did a supurb job in photographing the twilight). Simply magnificent! Ron
Reviewed by Marilyn Seray 9/25/2002
Excellent write and pic
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 9/25/2002
Beautiful and sad.
Reviewed by Trixie Love 9/25/2002
Hi Teri...
This is absolutely beautiful...
I enjoy reading your words..
Beautiful photo as well...

Trixie
Reviewed by Madame X (Reader) 9/25/2002
beautiful poem and such a talented photographer...a true artist.
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 9/25/2002
Teri!
So beautiful... This piece is...
the stick is painful...
Peg
Reviewed by Dallas Franklin 9/25/2002
This is beautiful {{{{Teri}}}}..so raw and emotional~~~~~~Love, Dallas

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Reviewed by Lori Moore 9/24/2002
Another piece of art. Excellent write.
Reviewed by Janet Caldwell 9/24/2002
Always loved it, and you Teri!

Love, Light & Blessings, Janet xoxoxo
Reviewed by Janet Caldwell 9/24/2002
I have a sweet smelling bouquet of roses for you without thorns.
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