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Where love comes from
by dan Rosenhagen

Sunday, October 16, 2011
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Where love comes from

In our lives the world has certainly changed.

In its present complicated state,

what we see are evolved situations of a past now rearranged.

Too much information in a short amount of time,

overflowing rivers, their banks cannot confine.

Love is heaven, the universe and hell, everything that ever was, everything that is,

and whatever will time tell.

Walk slowly through its opaque corridors,
they are fashioned into an endless maze,

some of them lead to beautiful gardens

where we are content to live out our days.

But remember that as we lose ourselves in this glass of intoxicating wine,

our utopia did not come from the grape,

rather it came from the suffering toil of the root,

and the impending growth of the vine.

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Reviewed by Michelle Mead 10/16/2011
You express so much truth in these words. I really admire your skill in expressing such deep thoughts while keeping a clear line straight through as well as holding the rhythm of the piece. As always, great work.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 10/16/2011
So true, we forget all too often that all events in our lifes good and bad shape our futures and our hearts and souls into who we are and who we will become. fee
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