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  Jealousy
by richard lloyd cederberg
Sunday, February 11, 2007
Rated "PG13" by the Author.

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Acrostic ...


Jaded interpretations
Evolving from
An inborn sense of
Low self-esteem
Operating in
Undercurrents of
Sinister inability to rise above
Yesterday’s failure to comprehend
    

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Reviewed by Linda Hill
Richard,
EXCELLENT! Your preception of jealousy is on the nose!

Many blessings,
~Linda
Reviewed by Rose Loya
You nailed it,

Rose
Reviewed by Taylor Ryan
Well my dear friend, I could have sworn I commented on this when I read it the first time, but I find it tucked into my file of "must read agains"...when I found a sec. I do love the way you do the acrostic. Wow is this smoothly defined within the perameeters and confines of the form...nary a jerk. Webster would be insanely jealous of your creative genius. This is terrific and worth saving.

Love and hugs,
Blueberry
Reviewed by Flying Fox Ted L Glines
Acrostic makes for a tight form and you have handled content so well within the form! Beautifully done. Also love Edward's comment!

Ted
Reviewed by Edward Lupinacci
Sublime write
Opening the eyes of

Those willing to
Risk the journey
Under all the layers of
Ego
Reviewed by Georg Mateos
Nothing more to add.
Excellent!!!
Reviewed by A PAX
Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
ohhhhhhhhhhh
Am I glad we are freinds!!! When you deflect, you do it with class.

Jealousy is borderline madness, causes people do shameful things.....
not worth the emotional output. Self esteem, comes from within, but sometimes takes a lifetime to learn...

Low self esteem can cause personal wars.........
so sad
ignore em
:)
you are some writer.........no wonder you have jealous fans.....such a shame tho......
pax A :(
Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight*®
Dear Richard,

Jealousy is a toxic poison to body, mind and spirit. You've described it well in your acrostic.

Love & Light always and in all ways,
Joseph*
Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader)
Dear Richard, I couldn't agree with you more. Jealousy destroys everything it comes in contact with. A powerful write. Unfortunately it is not just the fact that some lack low self esteem that creates the green-eye monster. Well done! Holly
Reviewed by H. Lena Jones
By George, Richard! That's spot-on!

Lena
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
Brilliance.......
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper
interesting poetic view on jealousy, I agree that it is an insecurity that we can do without
Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson
the picture is awesome
and the poem hit jealousy right on the head
ugly thing it is and can be to all involved
Reviewed by J M
Oh jealously will defeat a person everytime a powerful acrostic Brother Richard...........
Good message.
Wisdom & peace,
Joselyn
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
I like jallosy winders myself. ;-)

Keen as a knife to cut that sucker from end to end. Did you get him yet?

Ron
Reviewed by Douglas Bentley
Rich in understanding. . . .
Targeted and landing. . . .
Direct and commanding.
DWB
Reviewed by Kimmy Van Kooten
A Fantastic acrostic Richard!
If only, we could just help the jealous ones see this light, and oh, if only, we could just help the jealous one understand...his own...
Love and Peace~
Kimmy~
Reviewed by Alexandra* OneLight*® Authors & Creations
Jealousy is a sentiment as destructive as corrosive acid, but much less so to the ones it is directed at, than to those who harbour it - for they fail to recognize that the source is, really, within themselves... low self-esteem, insecurities, self-victimization... and yet, also within themselves (and only within themselves) is the power to change it into a source of wholeness. Perfect acrostic, my dear friend, and outstanding analysis.
Love & {{{{{{{{hugs}}}}}}}}}}
Alexandra*
Reviewed by E T Waldron
You nailed it Super Chum! Exceptional acrostic!

Love,
Sugar Chum
Reviewed by Sherry Heim
Well stated, Richard. Your acrostic soars.
Take care,
Sherry
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK
Jaded ,i.e. Bated By The Self Endowed One's Own Inequities...GREED...

Another Right On Write...

Your Friend TRASK
Reviewed by Debby & Gordon Rosenberg
you've described it perfectly...
Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader)
Jealousy is a terrible defect. It can ruin one's life. You descibed it so well. Victor
Reviewed by Pier Tyler
An absolute hammer on the nail truth.
Reviewed by Sandie Angel
A good message to all!!! One should never continue to dwell on yesterdays' failure. One should always continue to move forward and looking toward commitments for tomorrows. Who cares if anyone fails yesterdays, it's the success in one's future that counts most.

Wonderful write with a great message!!!!!

Sandie May Angel :o)
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter
Yes sir! There's mothing worse than a jaded slice of acid from someone who blames another for their lack of self esteem. You always round the eqations off nicely with words.
Love and great slices of hamony along your way.
Susan..aka Le Belle of hearts.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
Excellent Big Brother of mine!!

Love Sissy Tinka
Reviewed by Michael Mathieu
To let go of past doings a hard feat to accomplish sometimes,Excellent
Michael
Reviewed by Ann Marquette
amazing how our experiences affect our sense of reality,our ability or inability to interpret others

ann
Reviewed by jude forese
a fine acrostic delving into an introspective account of the state of mind that can only adhere to its own shortcomings ... well done, Richard ....
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
Very Good!
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
Low self-esteem seems to be a world wide problem, me included, but Rufuz knows how good he is...Ed
Reviewed by Susan Sonnen
astute psychology! I like how this flows smoothly...it's not choppy like many acrostics (my own included!).
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