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Not Another Peep
by Amber V Moonstone

Saturday, November 03, 2007
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Cell Phones you can have them!


"Not Another Peep"
By Amber "V" Moonstone 11/3/07

There it is again,
that beep,
another text message,
from that person.

Won't he ever stop?
He knows we are only friends,
but still continues to send
texts like the old days.

I have moved on,
I no longer am in love with him,
but he still sends me messages
what is a girl to do?

One day he will understand
that modern technology will not command
my attention any more,
when I throw my cell into the shore!

I still want to be friends,
but he still wants to continue to send
those texts at all times of the day
and into the night.

One thing is very clear,
I do not want to hear
the ringtone sounding in my ear
I have made things very clear!

I do not love you. like you love me
I am not capable of such love
when it is not felt deep within,
so please try to begin,

to find another love that deserves you
a love that will be due
all the love that you have inside
please tell me you have tried.

I shall not respond to this text
so that it will not lead to a next
message from you that is not wanted
please stop me from being taunted!


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Reviewed by Kathy Armijo 11/5/2007
Perhaps a change of phone number might work. Then, again, if he's that much of a pain ...

Kathy
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 11/4/2007
I am a very private person...so much so that I do not have a cell phone or any other distracting device. This write exemplifies one of those reasons. Well done.
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 11/4/2007
Very bluntly said Sweetie, don't know why he can't get the message!
Maybe he chooses not too, and you have grown!
GREAT healing poem!
On cellphones, I think now and then is SWEET! but those cells get abused too~! sad to say...
Warm hugs and Much love, Warrior Gyspy Lady Sheeeoox

STay Positive!
Reviewed by Ann Scarborough 11/4/2007
I hate it when this happens!
Love,
annie
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 11/4/2007
Enjoyed sweet lady,have a wonderful day...Hugsssss
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 11/4/2007
They say cell phones are wonderful, I say they are meant for one thing only, EMERGENCIES, not for someone to pest us night and day. Thank you for sharing.

Newfie Hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 11/4/2007
The Cell Phone, a blessing or a curse?
A blessing when lost in the mountains, a curse at the bio.
Can't live without, can't with either.
Georg



Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper 11/4/2007
Sounds a bit vengeful and malicious for someone to keep sending cell phone messages--at your expense--when you've indicated your disinterest in that person. Hope it stops because the name for such a person is "cell-phone stalker".
Reviewed by Felix Perry 11/4/2007
I would say if you truly do not want the messages why not have a blocker put on them or even have him reported as harrassing you if you have asked him not to and he still insists on being a nusiance.

Fee
Reviewed by Ted Bossis 11/4/2007
Creative writing helps us through & Sorry to hear of such compulsive behavior (at times done for many self-serving & confidence misplacement)love & illumination~Ted
Reviewed by Kimmy Van Kooten 11/3/2007
My daughter broke up with her boyfriend the other night and she had 89 missed calls and he used up her whole $25.00 worth of minutes with texting! Boy! Did he screw up! She sent him a BILL!LOL!
Love and Peace~
Kimmy~
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 11/3/2007
One word! Block!

I have a cell and a Blackberry and I never give the BB number to anyone other than work and clients. It can be a nightmare if you don't get controol of it.
I feel sorry for you because I learned my lesson a long time ago. People come and go but they'll still torment you just for kicks!
Love,
Susan
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