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by Theresa F Koch
Thursday, May 09, 2002

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A lesson well learned.
Photograph taken by, Theresa Jodray

I could not go to you again nor stand the dreadful pain
of loving and loosing, as before.
I'd rather ask those who pass your door!

"How is he now, does he look well today?
Is his hair still blond, or streaked with grey?"

They answered all my questions gladly,
then one day came much to sadly.

"Is something the matter? He is not ill?"
They did not answer stood so still!

"Please tell me someone, what has he done!
He hasn't been having to much fun?
You look as though he might have wed!"

"What's that you say-NO! He can't be dead!!"
That can not be, it must not be!!
Why just this noon a letter came from him to me.
Telling me that he's come to my side.
That we must forget all this foolish pride.

May you rest in peace my beloved one,
until the Angels say to me, your day is done.

Then I will hurry to your side!
Forever we will forget that foolish pride!

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Reviewed by fare good (Reader) 8/10/2002
Such great wisdom, never put of today for tomorrow it is not promise, good write excellent.
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 5/23/2002
Beautiful. Flows nicely too. Verse five...second line, "to" should read "too".
I like your poetic style and choice of words. Well done. ~E
Reviewed by Sara Wadington 5/18/2002
Sad...but Beautifully written!!
Reviewed by Melissa Rives 5/13/2002
Lot's of wisdom in this!
Reviewed by Peter Adotey Addo 5/12/2002
A wonderful poetry.....enjoyed it...thank you
Reviewed by Janet Caldwell 5/12/2002
Perfect my friend.

Love you lots! Janet xoxoxo
Reviewed by Ian Thorpe 5/12/2002
Tender and passionate, you deal with a difficult topic without sentimentality
Reviewed by David Young 5/12/2002
In the power of word and picture your blessing is always welcome to sweeten my day.
Reviewed by jude forese 5/10/2002
excellent expression of creative idea...
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 5/10/2002
Great write. To loose someone is to learn the lesson how silly pride can truly be.
Reviewed by Caryn Day-Suarez 5/10/2002
Haunting Theresa - both the poem and pic!! Some people though, either alive or passed, always want to get the last word in - foolish pride - isn't that one of the deadly sins? This was very thought provoking! Loved it!

Caryn xo
Reviewed by Darlene Zagata 5/10/2002
Sad but beautiful!
Reviewed by Trish - The Trickster 5/10/2002
Foolish pride..a wonderful thing... Great write although very sad.
Reviewed by Jo Janoski 5/10/2002
Sad! The emotion comes pouring through...
Reviewed by Regina Pounds 5/9/2002
Poignant, Teri...sad, too.

Beautiful photo, as always.
Reviewed by Regina Pounds 5/9/2002
Good point beautifully made.
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 5/9/2002
awesome, whatever you write and take pictures of.
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK 5/9/2002
Reviewed by Dallas Franklin 5/9/2002
Excellent photo and poem, Teri *S*S Very emotional.~~~~~~Love, Dallas {{{HUGS}}}
Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson 5/9/2002
oh yeah i know this well.....
good write and lovely picture
it all comes together just right
Reviewed by TraceyL. Hardie 5/9/2002
Wonderful poem... love the photo.. awesome!
Reviewed by E T Waldron 5/9/2002
An incredible picture and great poem , hope it wasn't personal...
Reviewed by steve patterson 5/9/2002
theresa- this is an absolutely great write. flow, rhyme, content, lesson. made me think.
Reviewed by Cathy Montgomery (Reader) 5/9/2002
A very poignant write--and we must fight against our "foolish pride." It steals from our lives in the long run...
Reviewed by George MacLean Akurunwa 5/9/2002
A very touchy piece.
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