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  How You Define a Moment
by Walt Hardester
Tuesday, July 24, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.

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In a New York Minute

How do you define a moment,
It's just a place in time.
Many things bombard my senses,
Reality from now, a memory from there, and I am taken far away from here,
To justaxpose my mind.

How do we define a moment?
Are they all just something,
That's only in our mind?

Or is it something different,
That we must seek to find?

But no my dear this time is real,
'Cause on my butt your pinch I feel.
You brought back reality my sweet,
Now standing on this New York street.

Turn and run I want to go,
But fair lady you say no.
Because you want to stay and see,
David Letterman, and be on the TV!


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Reviewed by William Bonilla 10/21/2013
oh yes! David Letterman is within my old stompping grounds
my Patrol sector in the theater district, that brings me back some memories, some good and some bad.
Thanks for sharing this treat Walt
Peace be with you

Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 10/24/2007
How you define the moment.....I guess you just did that in fine style!!

Now this is called a poweful defying of the moment hitting the 2000 mark!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Michael Guy 8/30/2007
you're a good poet at these pictures of daily "moments"
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 7/27/2007
A Special Moment I saw and felt! (through your humor) :)
Thank you Walt for sharing your Special moment!
WArm Light, Love, Happiness and Inner PEACE!

STay Positive!
Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader) 7/27/2007
Quite lovely, you've described a Moment very well!
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 7/26/2007
I like it, it's a real slice of life, enjoyed, Walt.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 7/25/2007
Wonderful memories and great poem defining the moment!

Reviewed by Southern Comfort 7/25/2007
Thar Ya go again wearin them tight pants, showin off yore melon buns drivin the Ladies LOCO! SHAME! SHAME! Sexy Man! HUGS! SC
Reviewed by Tiana Jett (Reader) 7/25/2007
You defined a moment very well with a bit of humor that brought a smile ... Wonderful poem! hugs
Reviewed by Barbara Smith 7/25/2007
Walt, a memory you've capture and brought so much life to...I too love New York City and the great places to visit and the things to do. Isn't it amazing how our minds capture a certain picture and it remains there waiting to be told. Loved this!
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 7/25/2007
How do we define a moment?

You defined this one very well.
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 7/25/2007
Very nice write Walt, enjoyed it very much, Thank you for sharing.

Reviewed by Felix Perry 7/25/2007
Well done Walt, thanks for a quick glimpse into a world so different than mine.

Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 7/24/2007
love the cleverness of starting to wax philosophical the moving to realism-i enjoyed it
Reviewed by George Thompson 7/24/2007
I really miss NYC 'cause I used to live in Brooklyn and had to sell my car after hours of trying to find a place to park it for the night. Good write and excellent words that you have used.

Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 7/24/2007
Nice write Walt and enjoyed the picture of home. Now I just miss it that much more.......

Be safe,
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson 7/24/2007
I was caught up in the flow of this and then out of left field you hit me with david letterman...wasn't looking for that one...nice spin to this.

Reviewed by LadyJtalks LadyJzTalkZone (Reader) 7/24/2007
That's New Yorkers for you...cute thought...Lady J
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 7/24/2007
why those thoughts appear I don't know..
Too bad we can't delete a thought we don't
want hangin around anymore, but them thoughts
are always in our hard drive head.
A nice canopy with sign though?
I stay clear of nasty streert.

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