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  1.  Dog Eat Dog

canvassed naval and he said not to pick lint hairs
by Donna L Quesinberry
Sunday, March 09, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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this is an ancient piece but one i personally favor

City Lights
housing street

portabello crops
poured on checkered cloths


he stood.

Naked suited
with angulations.

(Copyright © Donna L. Quesinberry-2001)

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Reviewed by Bill Grimes Jr. 10/7/2008
This is my favorite so far dear Donna. You had me at the fantastic title....Your words weave an invitation to explore and walk in the shoes of those your poetry renders immortal......Beautiful work indeed my friend.


Bill :-)
Reviewed by blue soplain 3/18/2008
succinct and slightly swiftly tilting world in which everything blackmirrors itself. ..
i really adore you voice
i may have to 'bookmark' you...
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 3/10/2008
Splendor and wonder so simply woven to present a life like portrait, well done...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by William Bonilla 3/10/2008
Beautiful Poetic verses
Well Penned
Love & Peace be with you always

Reviewed by Rose Rideout 3/10/2008
Nice write Donna, I really enjoyed. Thank you for sharing.

Newfie Hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Felix Perry 3/10/2008
Dramatic in its presentation and the picture adds so much to this one as the words and images flow as one.

Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 3/10/2008
Hello Donna,
I see why this poetic express is a favorite of yours
& the perfect pic to showcase your write!
Love It!!

Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 3/9/2008
mushrooms and food for thought...poetry travels from afar here Donna...puts me in the frame of an old "talkie" in b & w cinema, W.C. Fields/Mae West well...

Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 3/9/2008
Beautiful write indeed my friend, so much said within few lines. Enjoyed!
Joyce B.
Reviewed by Janet Caldwell 3/9/2008
Oh, I love this, so few words and an entire story unravels. My favorite part is the last line, Perfect! btw, the poem of mine called Dreamers was written in 2003, just decided to post it.

Janet xoxoxo

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