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by Asa D. Seeley

Monday, August 23, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.
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for a moment...he lets mind and spirit slip through the cold bars, leaving the asphalt jungle behind...and there awaits... Outer Connections



The stars are for me...

they care enough to

always show me where they are


at times...

they provide guidance*


At night...we talk and

they never interrupt me as

I give my point of view


they listen and

speak silence*


The stars are for me


the stars are of me

...completely, entirely










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Asa D Seeley - author, poet

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Reviewed by Laurel Lamperd 2/13/2013
dust and heat. I like the ending
Reviewed by Edward Phillips 9/9/2012
It's as if the universe were one incredible organism, which it is -
and we are all "star stuff" which we are. But I waste so many words in saying so dryly what you say so poetically.
Reviewed by Mary Cecil 9/1/2012
The immensity of the heavens are always worth considering but I feel sad about the limitations of your situation but you have a great imagination to overcome it and surely it will guide you to a great life in the future.
Reviewed by Vicky Semones 8/8/2012
Beautiful. Insightful. May you one day see the stars from freedoms' view. Sincerely, Vicky
Reviewed by Barbara Henry 6/13/2012
Wonderful write Asa. I love the line that says "they never interrupt me as I give my point of view".
This is very thought provoking.
Continued success~
Barbara J. Henry
Reviewed by Denise Nowakowski 5/28/2012
I love this piece. Your wordsdelve into the depth of your soul. Thank you.
Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci 5/23/2012
Perhaps this earth is a nebula and we are actually stars being born!

Reviewed by Thomasena Martin-Johnson 4/29/2012
The imagery is wonderful. The picture is such a compliment to your words. The mark of a good poet is for the reader to see what the writer sees, and hear what the writer hears. You have accomplished just that.
Reviewed by JMS Bell 4/17/2012
Reviewed by Daniel Keith 9/2/2010
A beautiful poem Asa. Reach out to the one who gave you life and seek his will. Keep writing Asa, as you have a true talent. May God bless you every day of your life.

Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson 9/2/2010
This poem is profound and has so much depth! It's wonderful that Asa can find beauty and comfort in something which is seen on a nightly basis and taken for granted by many. It's special if one looks beyond the outer surface and can see the infinite beauty of the cosmos .Prison life can be hard and cruel at times. I'm glad he has the depth and perception to look beyond and let his soul touch the endless magnatude of heavenly spheres. Please keep sharing his poems with us. I believe they can make a difference in someones life....M
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 8/30/2010
A connection is one to behold, embrace it, your poem is heartfelt..wishing good wishes on that star~
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 8/28/2010
Please tell Asa thank you for this posting. The first stanza is fantastic and is my favorite of a wonderful poem. Patrick
Reviewed by Jon Willey 8/28/2010
Joyce, Asa has discovered that the stars are the ears of Heaven. Communicating with God. Men may turn a deaf ear to our pleas, but the stars never abandon our needs for ethereal wisdom. Twinkling in response. Asa's work shows wisdom has overtaken whatever errors he made in the past. My wishes for peace, joy and love to both of you. Jon Michael
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 8/27/2010
Asa writes beautifully!
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 8/27/2010
Simple...and at the same time so profound.
Reviewed by Louisa Dobbins 8/26/2010
This poem takes me back to my birthplace. The stars, the moon, and God's elements brought peace to my soul as I spoke to them in the quiet of the evening.
Reviewed by Emile Tubiana 8/25/2010
Dear Joyce, this is a beautiful poem, inspiring and real. Blessings Emile
Reviewed by David Maclellan 8/25/2010
The simplicity of your words betray the complexity of emotions that are wrought by confinement. I can relate to the sense of escape that is enjoyed by marvelling at the night sky that belongs to you no less that anyone else outside the wall. A talented write Asa, would love to read more.
Stay strong brother,
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 8/25/2010
EXCELLENT!!!!!!!!!!!!! 'They listen and speak back... in silence'-------------WONDERFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE THIS!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Ann Marquette 8/24/2010
Lovely Asa
Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo 8/24/2010
All of nature, the heavens and the earth, are gifts from God and how fortunate we are to be blessed with the things that can comfort us mch yet ask nothing in return. Beautifully written, meaningful piece Asa. Best to you and God bless ~ Elizabeth
Reviewed by Angela Ciero 8/24/2010
Beautifully written Asa. The Lord knows what comforts we each enjoy whether it be stars or clouds, or mountains, or flowing waters. God's creation can bring such peace to our lives if we only let it.
God Bless!
Reviewed by Janice Beaty Hamilton 8/24/2010
Sometimes we have to be still to communicate with He who listens completely, caringly, and without judgment. Lot’s of us have been in a time and place when it seemed as though there was no one to listen... that’s when we must realize, a line is always open to the One you can always connect with; the One whose ears are all about us, even in the stars! Very well written, I love it!!
Reviewed by John Flanagan 8/23/2010

Tell Asa that his is a voice worth listening to and remembering.

Reviewed by Paul Berube 8/23/2010
Excellent write, Asa.
Reviewed by Inspire Hope 8/23/2010
Very profound Asa! What a blessing you are...may the Lord strengthen and sustain you in all you are going through! Keep on writing!!!!

Much Love,
Reviewed by Darkest Angel (Reader) 8/23/2010
Soul and vision are strong in this writing, beginning to end. Stars as companions, this is a lovely spiritual connection. Your expressions are invigorating and cause great thought in a pleasant way; this has good complexity, and good simplicity. It is a warming feel, and is visually stunning. Great writing skills ... I am so jealous....
Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper 8/23/2010
All of us have to reach out and grab hold of "something" to hold onto. For Asa, it is the stars in the heaven as they bring peace to his thoughts. Nice job!
Reviewed by The Poetess 8/23/2010
sounds like extacy in the making. ;-) Nice to see you here again.
Reviewed by TONY NERONE 8/23/2010
Very nicely done, Asa. I look foward to reading more of you.

Reviewed by Mary Lacey, Desertrat 8/23/2010
A very poignant right. You can shackle the person, but never their soul. Great poetry Asa.

Reviewed by Regis Auffray 8/23/2010
A meaningful and soul-stirring offering, Asa. Thank you for sharing it, Joyce. Love and blessings to you both,

Reviewed by Christine Tsen 8/23/2010
Wonderful poem, and dust and heat are an engrossing last image ~
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 8/23/2010
Asa, you have penned perfection!!!! This is one of the most enchanting pieces of poetry I've ever read! I am awed by its beauty! Very well done, my's a keeper!Please continue to write, it's obviously something you were meant to do.


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