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Mr. Robert Jude Forese operates so decisively akin to a visionary

Inspired from a poem I wrote way back posted December 2005 to honor our lead poet Mr. Robert Jude Forese who is only one of an elite handful of AD poets who inspire me. Sage Sweetwater believes in supporting poets who write upper tier marketable poetry. Please watch Jefferson Starship's video of the song "We Built This City."

Mr. Robert Jude Forese is a Mood in Motion. Strikingly handsome, his Cochise/Conan features are Bronx chiseled.  The years have been good to him.

Perhaps Mr. Robert Jude Forese is just here on this plane of life on earth for apprenticeship to take back with him to his spirit ancestors.  A similar view prevails in many shamanic cultures.  I've often wondered if Mr. Forese had hereditary rights tracing back to his celestial origin.  In any case, he has a gift, a great amount of insight, a messenger of a being in another world.  I asked him if it ever made him wonder the realm of spirits to whom he has been introduced.  Mr. Robert Jude Forese operates so decisively akin to a visionary.

My favorite selection in Mr. Forese's Den is his poem, Detritus of which I placed this abridged review on his behalf, "JUDE FORESE FROZEN IN TIME: CRYOGENICS FUSES POETIC PHILOSOPHER TO RULE THE WORLD. MAN AND HIS BRAIN SOLID AND TRUE, PROPELS FOR A BETTER WORLD. END OF STORY!"

Another favorite of mine is his Dream Scene (y) ... the Gazebo. It seems Mr. Forese has a duality nature about him, and it feels as if it carries him back a long ways in the ancient days.  The gazebo in this poem perhaps is where it is collectively calling him, involving meditation into shapeshifting.  I relayed to Mr. Forese that the combination of Detritus and Dream Scene (y) ... the Gazebo, in my literary opinion has a plot for screenplay potential in the Sci-Fi genre and a third poem of his Dream Scene (cc)...Battle Royal, where perhaps it is in his mane of hair, that he is the reincarnation of the equine mount who will guide us with a new blueprint of peace from skeletal remains of the gray doom of the apocalypse.  He has a good hold of the reins!

Mr. Robert Jude Forese has an impressive array of poems posted on Authors Den which reflect a Higher Calling.  He is evermoving toward expanding and opening up his mind.

Mr. Robert Jude Forese, it has been a pleasure trading light beams with you, sharpening our combined views.  This is my feedback to tell you, Mr. Forese, to let you know how you are functioning.  We Built This City.  You are a pathfinder whose name is attached to Moods in Motion...and so, like Bob Seger sings, Turn The Page...

With deep respect and camraderie,
Ms. Sage Sweetwater, firebrand lesbian novelist
Copyright 2006

We Built This City

Perservering to build
a modern-day medieval

to transport us to
another time and

The renaissance of
the gong
chases away evil
spirits, warns of
interlopers, heals
the sick, and
invokes the dead.

Surrounded by a
permanent unbroken

erected in solidarity,
fortified by the toil
of limestone poets
and sandstone novelists
building a collective

Building communal
walls around an
island in a tidal

the strata on which
the walls are built,

prone to subsidence
and constant ebb
and flow

and nature's feudal
emotions and

Unified intelligentsia,
following the directive of
their lead poet,

access the vulnerability
assailed by tide.

We built this city Wall
on a gravel bed with rubble
and mortar.

The advent of artillery, the
Wall becomes redundant
as a defensive structure.

The novelist inspects
projecting pilasters of
superb erotic sculpture,
stone lotus and dancing
nymphs carved on the

The lead poet summons
his well-read, calciferous
disciples to the freestanding 
stone wheels under the
chariot pulled by celestial
stone equines, to the

and the lead poet recites

building a collective

We Built This City.

Copyright 2005 Sage Sweetwater,
firebrand lesbian novelist

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Reviewed by Ronald Hull 10/25/2011
Robert is indeed a unique and creative artist. Perhaps his moods have something to say about his gift, his creative genius. Like you, I admire his poems and cherish every one.

Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 8/8/2010
Sage, I was browsing the internet and your article came up about Jude, I never read this before..I was not on the den yet. It is an amazing article and one done with care and admiration..He is a great man and poet..Nicely done, my sweet Sage!

Peace, love and light,
Reviewed by Nicky Goodman 12/13/2006
limestone poets
and sandstone novelists

i really like these lines!

His poetry and yours speak to me - so this was a treat. I enjoyed the article too. Nicky x
Reviewed by Aberjhani 12/4/2006
Brilliant acknowledgment of a fellow poet whose works go beyond the subjectively expressive to explore meaningful models of human consciousness and spiritual possibility.
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 11/19/2006
Jude could write a grocery list and it would read well.
Wonderful tribute to a fine poet.

Reviewed by Chrissy McVay 11/19/2006
This is a great tribute and a well-written article, Sage! I love his poetry too. Your choice of words are excellent in describing a truly gifted artist.


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