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  It's Strange
by Paul Williams
Tuesday, October 11, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.

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Hi guy's and gal's, sorry I haven't been as active as I would've liked of late, but life suddenly got busy, 3 jobs etc... I promise I have written some new stuff but I haven't had time to edit it all...anyway it's mostly self-indulgent crap, on how shitty life is to me. Devastated is still top of my vocabulary list...So just to add a little emphasis, here's another re-post along those lines...sorry. Funny how shit stirs the muse...ah well.


It's Strange


It's strange what you can write...

When you've been swept of your feet

by someone you’re occasioned to meet.

When you’re on an emotional high

When you think you've met someone special

a rainbow star that fell from the sky.

When you’re disappointed to find they have another…

When you can't help the way you feel

When your insides wriggle like an eel

When your love, lust, desire, passion

call it what you will

gets bottled up, and makes you ill.

When your love must go unrequited

When you feel blighted

When you wish you was someone else

When you feel like you've been left on the shelf

When you hope in your heart of hearts

that the friendship will last forever

although, love would have been a nice start.

When you wonder if they feel the same as you

will it be the start of something new?

When you live in hope

When you feel a dope...

... Yeah!

It's strange what you can write

When you’re on your own

in the middle of the night.

 

P Williams © 2000

 

 

 

 
 
 




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Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 4/18/2006

"It's Strange" flows on the river of loneness making waves of sadness all the way to the lake of tolerance.

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by J M 1/4/2006
Issues of the heart are always muse to beautiful and complex writes. This is wonderful and so wonderful at this point you were swept off your feet :).
Reviewed by Karen Cino 12/20/2005
It's strange what you can write
When you’re on your own
in the middle of the night.

I've written some deep things in the middle of the night so I too can definitely relate to this. Excellent write.

Karen
Reviewed by Shoma Mittra 10/30/2005
great write. we call relate to it. i hv written some similar stuff too :-) shoma
Reviewed by Nordette Adams 10/22/2005
The best thing about this, Paul, is that we can probably all relate to it, and yet that's the terrible thing too; we can all relate to unrequited love. You're a wonderful writer. ~~Nordette
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 10/20/2005
Best time to write...and you did good.
Love it.
Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green 10/18/2005
Strange and w o n d e r f u l is "what y o u can
write." "See above for proof." Thanks!! Pea <3
Reviewed by L. Figgins 10/15/2005
I have absolutely no idea what you're talking about, Paul. Life is a dream-a vision of my imagination that is. You write with such honest emotion, unveiled and shared with us so openly. I'm green. In more ways than one...Love, Lin
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 10/13/2005
Is it me, or does this strike such a chord with us all that it is, in fact, hilariously funny?? Probably I'm completely up the shoot and hysterical, Paul, but I just detect a cameraderie and a frisson of self-knocking humour here... uh-oh... hope it's not quite the opposite - that you're desperately self-possessed and serious instead. Otherwise it's me that's dealin another shitty blow. My antennae are completely busted atdemo, so please ignore me if I'm gettin this all wrong. But, what is very, very right about this write is that it absolutely ROCKS and is so upfront and honest I just wish I wrote it... cept it might not sound like me, but is how I might feel if I were you... on second thoughts, looks like I am totally screwed and just need to toddle off to bed. But I really like this, Paul, and I like you for writing it and... oh dear... what am I gonna be like under anaesthetic if I'm like this on Ovaltine?! You're not on the lookout for a humorist by any chance, are you?! LOL :)) Kate xx
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 10/13/2005
Honest and from the heart. I can completely relate, Paul. Thank you. Love and peace to you.

Regis
Reviewed by Tracey L. O' Very (Reader) 10/12/2005
Very nicely said Paul. Truly related to.
Thanks for this great poem of truth!
Tracey 42xoox(c :)
Get some rest remember you are not a robot or the energizer bunny.
All work and no play is no good!
Reviewed by Felix Perry 10/12/2005
Understand this one cause I have been there myself more then once I am afraid to admit but often some of our best works come int the still of the night.

Felix
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 10/12/2005
Love the last three lines

It's strange what you can write
when you're on your own
in the middle of the night

It's the time of the night when you have to face yourself...

Wonderful write Paul...

peace, Carole
Reviewed by Carmen Ruggero 10/12/2005
Yeah... funny what triggers the muse. This poem reads like my life only better written! What shows through this, is the poet's strength of character to be able to turn a bad experience into good reading and definitely on a subject most can relate to. Thumbs up!

Carmen :-)
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 10/11/2005
Awwwwww...as Andy said you did win the Ashes....do I need to say more Chuckie?

One thing I know ....work does take it's toll... and broken relationships even more so my dearest friend!!

Keep your HEAD high and KNOW that you are loved...and smile I need to see a happy face today....okay?

Damn this made me sooooooooo sad to read!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Aberjhani 10/11/2005
IT'S STRANGE and yet it's wonderful how such tortured emotional ambivalence can give birth to such beautiful romantic lines.
Reviewed by Handsum Hart 10/11/2005
Writing is strange sometimes, just like life.
Good to see you posting.

Best wishes
Reviewed by Tami Ryan 10/11/2005
Yep, amazing how the muses work, eh? Spot on.
Pick yerself up and dust yerself off. But keep writing! :)

Hugs,
Tami
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 10/11/2005
Well we one the Ashes. On to the World cup football finals. The things that really matter in life.
A tough old world. But us brits can take it.
Reviewed by Dawn Richerson 10/11/2005
ah, self-indulgent crap... my specialty so it has a place near and dear to my heart, Paul. :) nice to read you again. sincere wishes for much happiness and peace, Dawn
Reviewed by E T Waldron 10/11/2005
Paul, well said, I hope you're not feeling that now, but if you are, methinks you have lots of company;-) I sometimes wonder how the hell it all goes wrong when it seems so right at first.Besides the world doing somersaults it seems we are doing them right along with it.Guess this is topsy turvy time;-)Hope you'll soon have your balance back. Keep writing, and don't be hard on yourself life is tough enough...

Love,
Eileen
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