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Everything is better in black and white
by Crissy M Foster

Monday, June 11, 2007
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I fall into the grey area, somewhere between abnormality and obsurdity. humanity and insanity. I am obscured in the night and forgotten in daylight.

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Reviewed by Elizabeth Parsons 8/19/2007
I agree with Art Sun and Phillip, sometimes that "grey" area is exactly the right place to get the best view--the true view of self and world. A powerful message in a tiny verse. Everything may seem better in black and white, but nothing is ever truly that way. There are always shades of grey and that's as it should be. Otherwise life would be extremely boring. I love this piece. Thank you for sharing it.
Reviewed by Art Sun 8/6/2007
Sometimes the grey area is actually the right place to be...sometimes it is the only place to be....


Art Sun...
Reviewed by George Thompson 6/26/2007
The first poem or work of yours that I've reviewed. Hope the grey area is less foggy now.

Reviewed by ' ' (Reader) 6/26/2007
It has been some time since you wrote this. Hope the grey area passes soon.
Reviewed by Phillip William Allen 6/13/2007
Sometimes that "Grey area" gives one a better view of life. Well said
Reviewed by Morning Star 6/12/2007
Outstanding but you are not forgotten
As for obscured I personally don't think so
Your a beautiful young woman Who's
going through some storms,
As your friend I will keep you in my prayers
So you see you are not forgotten!!
Wishing you Love Peace and Happiness..Morning Star
Reviewed by Felix Perry 6/12/2007
Strong statement of soul and heart poured out sincerely as to how you feel but....
From reading your work the last little while and looking at your lovely picture obscurity is not a word I would use to describe you.

Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 6/12/2007
Thanks for writing my bio...
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 6/11/2007
Wow. I can relate but you are not forgotten... ...ever.

Just my take on this.

Love and peace,


Reviewed by Brett Moore 6/11/2007
This is cool, and the title is too.

Reviewed by Susan Sonnen 6/11/2007
fabulous work
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