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Asa D. Seeley

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Through and Out
by Asa D. Seeley

Tuesday, October 06, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.
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This is the 5th of 6 works by my son, who is presently incarcerated. I am submitting his work at the request of a Den Buddy who enjoyed his first submission in August so much, that she wanted to read more. Enjoy!


 

 

Loved you more than you loved yourself

but still you questioned

the depth of my Love for you.

Now that time has come between us

our worse memories

have turned into my best memories.

I told you my life is Seattle now...

with no umbrella; just divine time, wisdom,

understanding and of course, pain.

I had found my way

and then only to wander around...lost

until your return.

But your rejection can be compared

to a 'southern bell's'

dislike for a northerner;

a perfect example

of the term 'miscommunication'.

I guess I am rewarded

with nothing, more or less,

than an extremely good

lesson learned.

 

 

 

copywrite; Asa D Seeley/2009  

Asa D Seeley - author, poet

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Reviewed by JMS Bell 4/17/2012
THE 'BEGINNING' OF AN 'END'. WELL DONE, ASA. LOVE, BLESSINGS AND FAITH...JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
Reviewed by John Flanagan 9/7/2010
"...my life is settled now with no umbrella..."
no need for a shield of any sort, the truth is undisguised, pure and tangible, the lesson learned...and that's the main thing.
Asa, your road is bright, forgiving and wise.

John

Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 10/15/2009
Joyce, your son's last four lines say it all.
Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson 10/11/2009
From the depths of dispair , comes light! From living, learning and paying the price, you have gained much incite into the world around you and the mistakes made. Keep writing and sharing with us ! Your poems are great and heartfelt!....M
Reviewed by Janet Caldwell 10/11/2009
Dearest Asa,

Your pen flows with truth and humility. Just crazy about the lines

"But your rejection can be compared

to a 'southern bell's'

dislike for a northerner;

Excellent poem, Praying for you and your Mon who has been a friend for quite some time. God bless you!!!!

Janet xx
Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green 10/10/2009
Sometimes I think that if I have one more "learning experience," I'll throw up! You have a great 'tude, my friend. Let that be a lesson to h i m !:) xOx 'Pea' xOx
Reviewed by lili dauphin 10/10/2009
Good job. Keep up the good work.
Reviewed by Shedding Light 10/9/2009
Thanks for sharing your sons work. This is a heart felt piece!

Harold M. Nash
Reviewed by Richard Arrington 10/9/2009
"I guess I am rewarded

with nothing, more or less,

than an extremely good

Lesson Learned." only the wise learn. This is very good work.

Reviewed by Inspire Hope 10/9/2009
Asa dear you have gained so much more than an extremely good lesson learned! Though painful it is and you may not see it now, but God is working out His Masterful plan for your life! Your poems have so much depth and touches the spirit within, very heartfelt Asa you hold onto your faith God is up to something. do not give up and keep on writing and sharing, and oh don't stop caring!

Love And Prayers
Always!!
Inspire
Reviewed by Ankin Timourian 10/7/2009
I assume this is your name, dear Asa. We all make mistakes in life, no one is perfect, but the difference is the severity of that mistake…and we all suffer the consequences of our wrong doings one way or another. Just hang in there; there is always light at the end of the tunnel. The important thing is if you admit and realize your wrong doing, God is always with you and he will forgive you…maybe she will too… Don’t lose your hope and keep on writing, because writing could be the best therapy for you. You write very well, it shows that you have really changed and becoming more and more wise. Hugs, Ankin
Reviewed by Ann Marquette 10/7/2009
Hm! never heard this one 'southern bell's'
dislike for a northerner;" interesting!

Keep writing son, of Joyce Bell.

Reviewed by Christine Alwin 10/7/2009
..I love the saying... 'live and learn, some people just live'
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 10/7/2009
The trick is not to learn lessons, but how we apply them to our life. Wanting for a better life is the first step after the lesson.

Georg

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