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Michael Charles Messineo

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· Maddy's Secret: The Search For Einstein's Lost Work

· Rigby's Roads


Short Stories
· 35 shameless reasons

· Stop and Remember Your Past

· Seizing An Opportunity

· My Progressions in Life

· Murder Mystery - A writer's high

· My List of 50 Things

· Finding a reviewer

· My Dyslexia


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· Hot Sauce - Gag Gift?

· Hot Sauce - How Hot is Hot?

· Hot Sauce – The Misunderstood Flavor Enhancer

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Poetry
· Pearls Of Wisdom

· Dreams of Intentions

· Whispers In Your Mind

· The Door I Want To Enter

· Why Can't I Find You

· Stop Asking Questions

· Cherish The Forgotten Memory

· The Dreams Within

· Because I Do Know

· I Miss You

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Books by Michael Charles Messineo
  Canvas Of My Dreams
by Michael Charles Messineo
Saturday, September 15, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.

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Write for yourself, not for others.


Today I’m very happy, but that won’t really last.
Today reflects tomorrow... tomorrow shows the past.
It’s rare when all the dials, point to satisfaction,
hearing words you want to, from readers true reactions.

Creating my fulfillment towards writing my own goals.
Stacking parts of brilliance like wooden salad bowls.
Showing off my treasures, proud to post my words,
for the love of nature, or strictly for the birds.

Like painting present thoughts ... using rainbow hues,
while advertising posters touch all the buyers blues.
Mixings strokes of word tunes on the canvas of my dreams.
Finding readers smiles, is not all that it seems.



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Reviewed by Richard Swartz
Grrrrrrr8 Write I love this one Michael you sure know how to Write pomes keep up the Grate Work....
Reviewed by Dullanni Waterman
nice piece...i like it alot
Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader)
Boy is that the truth! Enjoyed this poem, blessings, Holly
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
a well penned statement-
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
Most insightful look into the heart and soul of YOU!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by JASMIN HORST SEILER
You are a great painter of words and truth my friend, more!
Jasmin Horst
Reviewed by R Beeman
excellent write. very interesting use of word combinations that seem to fit what you are saying to a T. enjoyed

randy
Reviewed by blue soplain
what great composition and style; i ove the classical undertones amidst the modern themes. .. and that artwork-- -- an allegory of the words you write; people, small and indefinable holding jsut one together. . .. all encompassing. .. . wow [*muah; ;; ;i could eat it]
Reviewed by Kathy Armijo
I, like you, write truly for myself.

I agree 100% with Fee - it is a great work -- the canvas of your dreams.

Kathy
Reviewed by Felix Perry
As always your down to earth, open and honest writing sytle impresses me which is why I always enjoy sampling your work. You are quite right in this one...we should not be writing to please anyone other than ourselves (unless it is a direct love poem to our lover). Great work as always my friend.

Fee
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