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But there's always love,
by JASMIN HORST E. P. SEILER
Sunday, June 10, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Eat your hearts out,

 

 
 
 
Kneeling before God’s design,
And I wondered,
There, in the silken line,
A fly, struggling, and I pondered,
What kind of mind?
Would, such innocence destroy?
It must be, most unkind,
I got up uneasy, and realized, a ploy,
 
Food, for thought,
And thought, for food,
That’s why, this fly got caught,
By some, rapacious brood,
But, is it any wonder, why,
When eating, and shitting,
Makes the world go round, I sigh,
You say, you knew, no kidding!
 
This carousel, you can’t get off,
This, madhouse to escape,
Yet, there’s always love,
You’ll have to die though first, you ape,
But, you’re hanging in, for all it’s worth,
On bended knee you pray,
To whom, to God of course,
You’re in a fix, what can I say?©10/06/2012,
 
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Reviewed by Jon Willey 6/15/2012
this rendering is a collage of emotions, love, fear, the smell of realities harshness, universal chaos and the pity that is mankind's lack of understanding - yet it is the very title that rings with eternal promise for me jasmin, "But there is always love" - how prophetic my dear friend - I wish you love and peace - Jon Michael
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 6/13/2012
This carousel, you can’t get off,
This, madhouse to escape,
Yet, there’s always love,

This very much expresses the same theme that I have tried to share in my latest poem posted here a few days ago. Thank you for provoking thought, Jasmin. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 6/12/2012
We are at the top of the food chain–the supply chain–and need rhinoceros horn powder and ground up Tiger gonads to sustain us in our weird sexual ways that have nothing to do with reproduction and everything to do with planetary destruction. I don't think any amount of praying is ever going to help us with that.

Ron
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 6/11/2012
nature is an intense place, filled with survival in the moment...
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 6/11/2012
This carousel, you can’t get off,
This, madhouse to escape,
Yet, there’s always love

And we truly need much more of that these days in this modern madhouse we live in.
Reviewed by John Flanagan 6/11/2012
Jude's right, it is a tornado but for me
one i want to see and experience..there is so much
going on here, Jasmin, it spins and whirls not
just in your head but in this reader's

i like!

john
Reviewed by jude forese 6/10/2012
this poems travels in so many directions its like a tornado of mercuric thoughts ...
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 6/10/2012
...and what kind of drugs are you on with this crazy write...e



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