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· Whispers in the Wake

Short Stories
· Memories of my Childhood - God is in the Details

· Entranced by the Vixen - Leila's Revenge

· On Mortality and The Butterfly Effect

· Beringia

· Reparations

· Purgatory

· Running from the Rain

· Concentric Convergence

· Phoenix Reborn

· It All Fades in Time Anyway - redux

· A Grain of Sand Among Ten Billion (Deanna [Batson] Love Tribute)

· Beneath the Twilight Stars (Valerie Pearson collab)

· the frosted rose begins to thaw (Collab with Cat)

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· Jeff Mason's first Poetry Anthology now published!

· Jeff Mason edits Al Swansons book Frozen Dreams

· Jeff Mason edits Final Wishes by Dana Matthews

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by Jeff Mason
Sunday, January 11, 2004

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You know those women you come in contact with, who captivate?
The ones who have such an amazing presence, you canít take your eyes off them!
The ones whose eyes draw you in;
And, when they begin speaking, your ears refuse to hear anything else!

Si∑ren n.
1. Greek Mythology. One of a group of sea nymphs who by their sweet
singing lured mariners to destruction on the rocks surrounding their island.
2. siren A woman regarded as seductive and beautiful.

The American Heritageģ Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
Copyright © 2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company.

She brushes her sweater with her hand;
Casts a furtive sideways glance,
Pretending not to look at me.
Would I even stand a chance?

A bold sweet seed of roughest stock;
Youíd never know it from her face
And body that so many envy;
Her beauty surpassed only by her grace.

Her eyes compel me -- drink of them;
Her smile, addictive drug so strong;
Her every movement captivates;
Her voice and laughter sirenís song.

Copyright © 2004 Jeff Mason

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Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain 1/13/2004
A well-crafted work - I thoroughly enjoyed reading it!
Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa 1/12/2004
Pretending not to look at me.
Would I even stand a chance? you?..stand a chance I mean..*smile*

Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader) 1/12/2004
Most guys only look at them and never speak to those type of women. That's how I got my wife, I opened my mouth and out came something similar to, but not entirely like English, she laughed and fell in love with me.
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 1/12/2004
Siren's tend to be lonely, because men are afraid to ask them for a dance. The rest of the females wish they could have that problem, not understanding what they are wishing for. In many ways you have captured this quite well in this write.
Reviewed by Carmen Ruggero 1/12/2004
Excellent construction and form. Yes, you've nailed this one right, I have to agree.
Reviewed by Anna Marie Fritz (Reader) 1/12/2004
I agree with Eileen..."pegged" a T.
Grand work here!
Reviewed by E T Waldron 1/11/2004
Excellent scenario Jeff, you have the siren pegged!;-)
Reviewed by Debashish Haar (Reader) 1/11/2004
This is wonderful, Jeff!
Reviewed by Rebekah Rosie Lang 1/11/2004
Is that #2 your definition or the
Dictionary's? Probably yours I would
guess. This is a Great Poem! We, ahem,
Gorgeous and Beautiful women, KNOW what
we are doing! (grin)
Thanks for reviews Jeff!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 1/11/2004

We know how!!......LOL!!

Excellent write Jeff.....dreamy!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Al Swanson (Reader) 1/11/2004
you got this one right I think Jeff ! Yep, some to them amazingly gorgeous, and it always good to be so when you play the role, smiles, Bt it is still true I think, that the prettier are prettier inside first, and if you have both, well you just don't have a chance, a great depiction of what men, so ignorant, and ego swollen, are up against, al

Books by
Jeff Mason

Whispers in the Wake

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  1. How Much I Love You
  2. Our Pacific Journey Pt 1
  3. When You Kiss Me
  4. As Two Bodies Merge
  5. You Are Too Much Woman
  6. A Dozen Red Roses
  7. Seduction
  8. In a glimpse
  9. Keepsake
  10. Enclose Valentine Love
  11. When the Heart Soars (Dedicated to Tiana)
  12. In A Locket
  13. Valentine notes
  14. I Love To Be In Love
  15. Violet Eyes
  16. I Trace Her Smile
  17. The Taste Of Love
  18. A Chapter of Us (Book of Love) To Tiana
  19. No One Else But Her
  20. Lovers delight

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