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Duplicate Diversities
by A PAX

Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Duplicate Diversities

Eternal is the shore line
While a shallow push of sea
Explores,then withdraws, it's exploration
Of an ancient companion
Pulling the surface into it's tides
Rolling, mixing, and floating
Grains of anonymous identity
Forever altering it's own kinship
Within layers of duplicate diversities

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Reviewed by Andy Turner 7/12/2012
...always showing something new.
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 7/12/2012
Ah, the eternal exchange between kindred souls and spirits, Anita, and how they can never be parted. Don't you just feel that combined energy totally intoxicating at the shoreline, where the duallisms abound and shapeshift incessantly? So much of our human psyche and psychology is bound up with such it seems to me. So lovely to read you again. xx
Reviewed by John Flanagan 7/6/2012
Subtle and penetrating, Pax,
it finds its way inside the reader
and remains there a definite force;
i like this big time!

john
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 6/29/2012
Really beautiful...it kind of gives me a dreamy feeling, like laying under a tree in a hammock when there is a gentle breeze whispering across my body.
Take care,
Sherry
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 6/28/2012
It is no coincidence that the shoreline is a rich area of diverse life. Your poem illustrates how duplicity plays a part in change. Brilliantly written and carried out.

Ron
Reviewed by Odin Roark 6/27/2012
Interesting metaphor for the conundrum facing our lawmakers re: immigration, especially when the line separating ethnicities gets grayer and grayer.
Reviewed by Muhammad Al Mahdi 6/27/2012
Extremely inspiring and affirmative of the sea-and-cigar-created expanse of my mood.



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