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Lifestyle of the Rich and Famous
by Susan K. de Vegter

Monday, March 10, 2003

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This is written to a very special freind who leads a high lifestyle. Sadly, in my opinion, he has no treasures he can't afford but love. Money can't buy pure love. It is sad to care for a friend and watch them confuse emotions by their wallets. He will be a friend no matter how wealthy are my treasures or how silly his ideas of wealth become.


Graphic title: "Light of the Harem"... anonymous


Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous
Susan K. Rowse
copyright 03/10/03

You say that you have everything then why do you bother me
I am a simple woman with a few complexities
For instance passion and that's important when you reach for it just right
Not confuse your lust with many, call it an oversight
What about your lifestyle and if that truly matters
Then why flaunt rich and famous I'm not really all that flattered
My riches are my treasures there's no price on these you'll find
While you shape a world on surfaces and leave the guts behind
You move too fast for wonder or the little boy inside
You rip a heart to pieces for a simple lusted ride
Most people have some values when their money soon explodes
When death has a face of mortals on your final end download
My personal friend I'm angry for you live your life so well
You buy what others can't have and still you have your Hell
Ride the jetstream helpless and see what you will find
You'll add a fuller living or you'll live your life behind.

The Dead Mule Society...a journal of Southern Literature
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Reviewed by Micha Julian 3/11/2003
beautifully done, Susan...sadly, he doesn't seem to see...but there is so much loving truth, here, and feel the emotion, as if you are trying to show him just what he cannot seem to see...or feel, truly and might be so much better off, if he was....
Yes, and Thank You for this piece!
Love and Light, YES! (now That's what it's all about and again, Thanks...!)
Reviewed by Marco Landi 3/11/2003
" while everyone has a different experience of what is soulful,these experiences do share similar beginnings.
We start by giving ourself permission to be soulful,
to take seriously this aspect of ourselves, our soul and our soul needs" R.C.
Reviewed by the phantom pheonix (Reader) 3/11/2003
thiswas an interesting poitn of a poem yes sometimes some people have all the money and dont have love great job on this
Reviewed by the phantom pheonix (Reader) 3/11/2003
Naw. The guy'd probably be who he is sans the dough. Course the dough will pervert, but then have you ever seen the perversion which roams our streets?
Reviewed by jude forese 3/10/2003
true love is like a flower blooming in a garden where money and influence have no meaning...
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 3/10/2003
Dani and ted,

You asked if I am very wise and I am humbled enough to blush. I say I just pay attention to details. That's all life asks but most are too busy to stop for a miute for those tiny details.

Love and peace,
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 3/10/2003
Susan, I have known a few of these people in my lifetime and they just don't get they? Real love is valued way higher than anything money could ever buy. Great write.
Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader) 3/10/2003
Ditto Dani
Reviewed by *********** ********** (Reader) 3/10/2003
You're very wise aren't you? A fantastic write with great reason.....Ty, Dani
Reviewed by Valerie Roeske 3/10/2003
wow, so much said here, great write, thanks for sharing this
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 3/10/2003
This one is very flowing and very good.
Peace and love Peg

PS they are my life stories.
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 3/10/2003
Oh, I liked this very much, and have lived long enough to know it is so true!


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