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Dizzy
by Melissa C. Rives

Sunday, April 13, 2003

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Don't ask...LOL

In a circle you spin
with no end or beginning
a spiraling game
don’t know losing from winning.
It’s easy to fade on this merry-go-round
think it’s safe to assume that you’re lost
‘till you’re found.

Taking chances you shouldn’t
igniting the fuse
asking something for nothing
is no way to choose.
For in living there’s dying and what comes between
just unfolds by the moment
for plenty or lean.

So why cry for tomorrow
when it may not be
it’s today that still matters
if only you’d see.
Open eyes to the mirror and maybe you’ll find
what lies deep ‘neath reflection
is simply your mind.

While the fog may obscure it
in lies and excuses
if you are still breathing
then it still has uses.
In feeding it thought is the food of the soul
to embrace what may come
is the strength to be whole.



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Reviewed by Rodney Bohen 5/10/2003
Melissa,
Firstly, I cant say how much I appreciate you drinking my words, the many kind things you say, mean much my friend, for I deem them earnest of deep. With that said sweet maiden to this piece, if it had no more than just these words, it would have satisfied my hunger of day. Well done...
In sincereity I leave you this day,
Rodney Evan Bohen

In feeding it thought is the food of the soul
to embrace what may come
is the strength to be whole.
Reviewed by J. Murphy 4/22/2003
Wonderful feel. J.
Reviewed by Jimmy Holder 4/22/2003
Open eyes to the mirror and maybe you’ll find
what lies deep ‘neath reflection
is simply your mind.
(deep stuff here ... and so true!!!!)
- Superb writing!
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 4/17/2003
Excellent, kept me from the first word to the last!

Reindeer
Reviewed by Peter sprenkeler 4/16/2003
Great write.....damn great!
Thank you...Peter.S.
Reviewed by Zenith Elliott 4/14/2003
Well done Z
Reviewed by Bobbi Duffy 4/14/2003
Well done, Melissa. I always enjoy reading your work it has such spark and vitality.
Reviewed by Marco Landi 4/14/2003
"Dizzy" is a very powerful voyage with a great cadenza.. brava
Reviewed by Kerry Compton Star Girl 4/14/2003
great message!
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 4/14/2003
I have enjoyed reading "Dizzy". It is a poem that was poemized with matured emotions

and poetized with words of knowledge.

I Salute the Author of'" Dizzy", Poet Melissa C. Rives.

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Marilyn Seray 4/13/2003
I truly think you wrote this one for me Melissa.

Excellent perseption :)
Reviewed by jude forese 4/13/2003
very good tone, flow and direction... it made me so dizzy i can see straight ;)
Reviewed by E T Waldron 4/13/2003
not too dizzy to write fantastic poems;-)Stunning!
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 4/13/2003
The last two lines are awesome
I'll never ask.........hee,
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 4/13/2003
Melissa...superbly done.
Reviewed by *********** ********** (Reader) 4/13/2003
I think I'm on the same ride Melissa. As always great work with depth and much thought.....Great stuff indeed.......Ty, Dani
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