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I Must Admit
by Jane Noponen Perinacci
Friday, September 28, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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I've written "off color" poems and I know it of course. I am really of a kindred spirit nevertheless!


How can I show my love to those
Who've read my poetry and "prose"
To those who maybe I've scared off
With my street wise and awful slough

I need forgiveness from someone
I know His name I'm not that dumb
Someone controls my ev'ry whim
My God! There now I have named Him

Perhaps split personality
Renders my writing so to be
Wanton but yet begging forgive
From whom I've taken and who live

Shading their eyes when I appear
Or drawing back in acts of fear
I blame them not I'd do the same
Oh, Lord! Again I've said His name!



Jane Noponen Perinacci




 

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Reviewed by pat medlin 9/30/2012
this is one of my favorite pieces of your talent jane...honesty about honesty. how can we possibly write in any kind of truth without first, as i've heard, getting bare 'nekid'.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 9/29/2012
Bring that won ton on, I love Chinese soup. ;-) Anyway, I'm glad you're focusing your attention on that other guy for a change. Whew!

Ron
Reviewed by Lily of Lough Neagh C. Dennis-Woosley 9/29/2012
Honestly Jane, it is the ability to be diverse
Has nothing to do with you, it is your ability
to touch every subject without fear and we know
you are most definitely a very sweet soul

Love all your writings!

Love and Light
Lily
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 9/29/2012
Speak your mind. Do your thing.
Otherwise you wouldn't be Jane.
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 9/29/2012
such expressions should be enjoyed and you always leave the reader with an enotion of gratitude for the sharing
budd
Reviewed by Darrell and Kathy Adams 9/28/2012
Jane, this poem speaks to my heart. I love God and so often feel I fall short in His ways. Poetry is often the culprit. I console myself by thinking that He is the one who gave me the desire and ability to explore through this artform, all the subjects that catch our attention from little things to large, innocent to incideous (sp?). Anyway, one could argue that He also gave us the ability to invent the ax and the murderer the ability to wield it. Still, I think we do no harm exploring life's possibilites and impossibilities and sharing ourselves with whomever might care to read. Well written, by the way. Be well, Kathy



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