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Short Stories
· To "Mom's" Family -- With Love

· Road Warrior Cries the Blues

· Life's Comedy - Or How Not to Catch a Snake


Articles
· Ruff Work

· Plagiarism in an Online Community

· I'm Not All Liberal

· How Many Terrorists Does it Take...

· A Letter to Mankind

· Tax Cuts - A Simple Lesson In Economics

· What Is An American?

· A Line in the Sand


Poetry
· Standing By

· To love . . .

· Give Me Strength

· No Place Like Love

· Climbing Silence Hill

· The Wolfy Pack

· Circling the Work Wagon

· Advance -fee Fraud aka Nigerian Letter Scam

· The Obama Generation

· Drifting Into You

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  Forgive me, for I know not which I care
by Sara Coslett
Friday, December 05, 2003


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Idiots abound

How do they manage to exist
All they are is fodder for bile
Tall tales regurgitated anon
Errors look away

Me and my true power
Escape banality
Noon sun searing over...heads




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Reviewed by Oirdheirc Mor (Reader) 12/6/2003
Hi Sara,
I think it true to be said, that the further down the bottle one goes, the deeper our syllogistical reasoning emerges, now if only they made bigger bottles, I would be home and dry.
Big Smile.
Mor.

Ps Now stop frightening the conger eels.
Reviewed by Handsum Hart 12/6/2003
Yes they are out there. I try not to let them get under my skin.

Of course sometimes everyone belongs to the group

peace
Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader) 12/6/2003
I know how you feel, only yesterday I was saying the same thing while looking in the mirror.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 12/6/2003
O' shit this is powerful Sara!!

Glad you back girl!!

Enjoyed your poem!!
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 12/5/2003
Concisely powerful! Thank you, Sara. Love and peace, Regis.
Reviewed by jude forese 12/5/2003
somtimes, that's all we're left with ...
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 12/5/2003
Interesting thoughts, Sara. And you're supposed to be very calm now, after your relaxing cruise!
Reviewed by William Bonilla 12/5/2003
short and deep
enjoyed reading

William

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