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Acrophobia
by Ronald Dondiego

Sunday, November 18, 2001
Rated "G" by the Author.
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This is about the fear that holds us back from discovering love and our true nature. It is also the title poem to my new collection of poems: Acrophobia: A Collection of Love Poems. Now online just about everywhere.


Hopefully reading these pages will help you to fall into the ocean of love that is everywhere and always present, glorious, and full of mystery.

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Reviewed by Theresa Koch 9/2/2002
So exquisite the way you have with words~`*
Reviewed by Cin 11/26/2001
Wonderful expressions.
Reviewed by Caryn Day-Suarez 11/23/2001
Hi Ron,
You are such a gift! This is so gorgeous and rich! Loved it...You are such a superb artist, keep up the great work!!
Reviewed by Vickie Yannuzzi 11/20/2001
Read your review, and decided to vist your poems, and find, that as authors, we are all connected to our pursuit of expression, and feel, that in your poem, thanks for your review of my poem, and for sharing your thoughts.
Reviewed by Darlene Zagata 11/19/2001
Hi Ron,

This is excellent!
Reviewed by C. Gourlay (Reader) 11/19/2001
What a glorious gift you possess! Thank you for sharing it...this is a winner my friend.
Reviewed by C. Gourlay (Reader) 11/19/2001
Reading well written truths is refreshing.
Reviewed by C. Gourlay (Reader) 11/18/2001
Oh my God, Ronald thank you..! This I totaly relate...! As an energy worker it has taken me years to understand the sensitive artist in me... And in other artists.. We are deeply effected by our environment.. I must be careful not to over stimulate myself or watch for negative vampires. This triggers an eposode of the agrophobia. Yes, it is a very complex issue.. Yes.. But once I learned my true energy, how to work with it, this problem is solved with light work through energy release. I hope I'm making some sense here.. It's like we artists sensitives absorb more than most people.. I balance myself with tia chi, yoga, healing music, loving people who I relate in being a conductor for energy.. Hope I am making some sense here.. I struggled with this problem my entire life. And it usualy because we are gifted intuitively..We are in fact, the most loving people in the entire world..!!! Took me years to FEEL that way, and to KNOW MY SELF.. MY DIVINE SELF..!! I shut down and "hide" from others because of what 'I pick up"... Hope this made some sense. Thank you so very much for bring this one out.... You are very, very aware of the energy field.. All my best to you and thanks for the welcome.. Heal and shine on, light bearer...

Blessings, Water Dove
Reviewed by Sandi Schraut 11/18/2001
from someone who is familiar with fear this rings true to my very heart!!
Reviewed by Trixie Love 11/18/2001
Hi Ron,
Excellent one!!!

Thanks,
Trixie Love
Reviewed by Janet Caldwell 11/18/2001
I love the connection between acrophobia and just a pure plain fear of loving again. You have a great way with words. 'Shine on' :) JC



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