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Books
· A Work in Progress - Come the Realms of Winter

· The Dragon and The Rose - Part 2: The Confrontation

· The Dragon and The Rose - Part 1: The Turning Point


Short Stories
· The Papyrus of Queen Nitocris

· Childhood Shadows


Articles
· Challenge Given at Time of Roman Catholic Confirmation

· Time Just What is it?

· More is to be Posted soon

· Interesting Twist to an Old Favorite Story for Kids

· Tips for SIX STEPS TO LEADERSHIP

· Rhode Island History --Inspiration for Horror!

· What are fans saying about The Dragon and The Rose Fantasy Series


Poetry
· Prophetical Waters

· Answer To The Question - What Should We Become?

· A Path to Where?

· Coming is The End or is it The Change

· Acoustic

· In this world we can see

· World Net

· Oh! I See.

· Miss You

· Captured

         More poetry...
News
· Author's article and short story appear in October issue of ezine www.RIRoad.com

· Print On Demand Author Event at Barnes and Noble

· Author Interviewed by the Baltimore Sun

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  I Awake
by Diane C Hundertmark
Wednesday, April 16, 2003


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In some ways I still consider this a work in progress.


I Awake
by Diane C. Hundertmark

I awake
a dream's remnants
flickering in my mind
flat primitive drawings

but what is meant
by symbols confused
and omens glimpsed?

images of the past in fragments
or aspirations lost in time?
scrawls of my deepest longings
or portents of future events?

Copyright April 2003

The Dragon and The Rose


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Reviewed by Bonita Quesinberry
Actually, I must agree with Ann Berg: this poem is finished and quite to the waking point at that. Keep up the good work by moving on to new works. ~~Love in Christ, Bonnie Q
Reviewed by Ann Berg
I would consider this finished,
Great!
Reviewed by Peter Benson
Evokes that first awakening moment beautifully.
Reviewed by Josephine Bohen
have to agree with Elizabeth
Reviewed by Nickolaus Pacione
this one is a good one to say the least. You call this a work in progress -- how much longer are you going to make this one? Keep up the strong work. I got a poem up here titled "Pacione's Inferno" and a short story titled "Dreams From The Stillborn."
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
Looks like a finished work to me. Flows beautifully and the choice of words is supurb.
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