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by Erin E Kelly-Moen

Friday, March 28, 2003
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Perhaps I was born overly sensitive,
I was delivered in ’59,
and the Wars that were fought behind me,
seemed so starkly
cut and dried.

Perhaps I stayed naively sensitive,
I belong to a Generation Void,
and the crimes that once were around me,
were so overly

Perhaps I became coldly insensitive,
I am now connected, and worldly-wise,
and the deeds that I see surrounding me,
seem so selfishly

Perhaps I am once again sensitive,
I have children, and see my coming demise,
while the world is smaller with unreason,
making Life’s path
less a paradise.

Erin Elizabeth Kelly-Moen
© Copyright 3/27/03

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Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green 4/12/2003
For sensitive read thoughtful, compassionate and insightful. Throw in talent, discipline and experience...runnin' outta adjectives! Guess I will settle for another WoW. So glad I found you. xox Phyllis xox
Reviewed by William Bonilla 3/28/2003

Reviewed by Erica Ivory 3/28/2003
Stages of life .. How we see things as we get older.. as we have more to lose.. More to protect. I see his clearly. Our blinders come off and are made to see reality. Hate it when that happens.
Excellent write to you my friend!!
Reviewed by Trish - The Trickster 3/28/2003
It is hard raising children today. Excellent write ~ Trish ~
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 3/28/2003
good write, erin! i, too, was born in a simpler time (1959), and wouldn't want to be a parent in this day and age! god help our children, and god help our nation in this time of war and uncertainty! :( (((HUGS))) profound write! love, your friend, karen lynn in texas.
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 3/28/2003
Well expressed. I would hate to be raising children in this day and age.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 3/28/2003
very special write.....
Reviewed by na na (Reader) 3/28/2003
Erin, war doesn't change, we just find more civil ways to kill. Always the same motives are exercised. Loved this fine poem. Bill
Reviewed by Christine Morell 3/28/2003
I agree with Oisin, this is special.
Reviewed by Allen Filius (Reader) 3/28/2003
Very Good! I like this... :)

Reviewed by ya mama (Reader) 3/28/2003
nice poem
Reviewed by Paul Berube 3/28/2003
Erin, very eye opening. great write. Their is no shame in letting our children know that we do not have all the answers. We are all afraid and to hide our fear from them only betrays their trust in us.
Reviewed by Floria Kelderhouse (Reader) 3/28/2003
Erin...good write here..I am overly sensitive war protestors..we both suffer from the condition..this is so well written..with so much style..floria
Reviewed by Tony Nerone 3/28/2003
Good Morning, Erin
There was nothing cut and dried about ww2, or Korea. The locales were just different. A fine write with a younger perception.

Reviewed by Oisín Breen 3/28/2003
oh my i like this a lot
the references to history the play with words
the style
very good
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