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A Paradox of Love
by John Rockie Coppolella
Sunday, December 14, 2008
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"Truth is found where two opposites meet."

Fr. Bede Griffiths


Stunning is the utterly heartfelt shared passion of differential souls. 
Behold the sight!  A beautiful contrasting pair of shining orbs,
Double stars orbiting a common center of gravity,
Opposite spectral types each others light to absorb.
Genius and madness shriek a duet of strange song vitriolic,
Chimerical twin eagles fly down to meet at a scene bucolic,
Anti-particles spiral tightly into arduous magnetospheres unbanalic,
Hovering raptors that wing o'er the Earth's center Omphalic. 
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Reviewed by Shirley Houston 6/24/2012
Oh my gosh. I absolutely LOVE this! What pair is exactly alike? None. But their dance is beautifully balanced...
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 12/23/2011
~Rockie ~ Stunning reflection of heart and soul. Double stars
oribing a common center ~ Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 2/8/2011
I appreciate the concept that you have shared via your verses here, Rockie. Substance to reflect upon. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Cryssa C 2/7/2009
Stunning, as only one with your vocabulary can make it! hee, hee...
Reviewed by J'nia Fowler 1/9/2009
I see that I need to have a dictionary handy in order to obtain the best intent from this piece. Your ideas sound extremely interesting to me, tho I don't have much more than a fascination with hard or theoretical science. My husband of 10 years had MS, and it was hard as you only know how hard it can be. I can only pray and I will.
Blessings J'nia
Reviewed by Leland Waldrip 1/5/2009
Opposites attract, and more than two can be involved. There is the force of the nearest, boldest attractant, then there is the force of everything else.
I enjoyed this exposition. Well done.
Best regards,
Reviewed by Tabitha Carter 12/28/2008
I love the way you use your terminology in this one. Man of many words and wisdom.
Reviewed by Eileen Brannon (Reader) 12/15/2008
"Truth is found where two opposites meet."

This quote, this poem, this life, these are the truths we seek in our life and find in our passing. Truth! as we are being told.
Reviewed by Gene Williamson 12/14/2008
As I weave my way through your vocabulary, Rockie,
I see that it still comes down to this: Opposites Attract.
Reviewed by 000 000 12/14/2008
Your power of words gives this writing the unique style of the writer.
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 12/14/2008
Thank you for sharing Rockie, as usual you never dissappoint us,

Newfie Hugs, Rose
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