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Can I have some silence?
by Jack Kuperman
Tuesday, December 02, 2008
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Should I talk with him at all?


 

"Why did you do it?"
        'I cannot explain'
"Then say me when was it?"
        'It does not pertain.'
 
"So what do you know?"
        'I cannot tell you for ever.'
"Then I will be silent."
        'Be if you can.'
 
 
"You are disgusting."
        'Look who is talking.'
"Do you make laugh?"
        'It is easy enough.'
 
 
"I am too tired."
        'You say it too often.'
"But you make me crazy."
        'It's all I can do.'
 
 
"Can you be silent
For a moment, please?"
        'I was born to nag you
        And I cannot it cease.'
 
"Then ears I'll close."
        'It won't help you at all.'
"Please, leave me alone!"
        'That's impossible call.'
 
"Why cannot I separate
Myself from your words?"
        'Because I pronounce
        What really hurts.'
 
"Very well, then,
you won once again.
Say what you have
And I won't detain."
 
        'You know it well,
        That I say just the truth.
        I am the voice
        That tells you the news.
 
        Bad they can be
        Or possibly good,
        They are your done
        So be responsible, dood.
 
        You can shut me for long
        Or disregard what I say,
        But I will return to you
        At least once a day.
 
        I am your conscience
        And that's what I do,
        I remind your mischief,
        And what you should do.'
 


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Reviewed by kg cummings
Very clever indeed. You certainly used the bait and switch technique on this poem and it was a complete success. Your friend, Kathy
Reviewed by Rozzy Diouf
Wonderful! as usual you got me again, the regular twist....kept me guessing all the way to the end. Thanks!
Reviewed by Southern Comfort
A very clever write! You are very talented! HUGS! SC
Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle
Excellent poem you have written,very intriguing,take care

Edwin
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
Very amuzing, our inner self, conscience, carrying on a discussion with our worldly self....

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Lois Christensen
Easy flowing words set to the pen. I think guidance is all we need and we can write beautiful words as these put together giving a good message to all.
Reviewed by Linda Law
This was especially enlightening to me.... our conscience is a daily reminder of those things!!!!!!! ugh!!!!!!!!! Your writing is getting so interesting Jack... keep it going... this one is really thought provoking... lindalaw
Reviewed by Jack Kuperman
Ow Linda, how nice to get a compliment from you.
Say me, do you think that whenever I'll grow up I could write poems like you?

Wait a moment. My inner voice is saying to me somethin. Well I'll better go and listen to what it have to say. Bye.
Reviewed by Linda Hill
Jack,
We should all listen to our conscience. It won't stear us wrong. Enjoyed this!

Many blessings,
~Linda
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