Recent Reviews for Ryan Kelly
Inside The Octagon (Short Story) - 1/15/2005 9:05:28 AM|
Ryan, when I first saw that you had divided your memoirs into three books, I thought how old is this guy and what could he possibly have done to need three books to tell it? I have no questions now. I'm very impressed with this overview, with your depth, and your purpose. I hope to read your Anthologies soon. Thanks for sharing the message, and trying to open eyes and hearts. I'm very glad I read to the end, because the power lines were at the end: the hardship was not being gay, but instead surviving in a world of hate and intolerance. Knowing that I touched a few lives, changed their heart, gave my writing purpose. For that I am thankful. Great job!
Inside The Octagon (Short Story) - 1/15/2005 8:08:57 AM
an interesting, eye opening read. Well done! :)
Inside The Octagon (Short Story) - 1/14/2005 7:46:17 PM
Can I say something one reason I left that other column was because of hate mail and I left. My brother is gay and I know he has been attacked and other things. But he knows that I always knew and did not condemn him for his views. So if you see where everything I wrote was deleted it is because my husband laid down the law to Matt. However now that you are here I can write freely so I will check out your site. I do not judge people.
Where Does Freedom Of Speech End? (Article) - 2/26/2005 11:02:39 AM
Having been on the receiving end of some Bad Baptists opinions of women's role in the church I can tell you that not all the Baptists do feel like these people do. They are what is termed stumbling blocks to people of faith. Just recently my cousin's daughter had a child with her lover a woman. Me I would just be glad that I had a grandchild it may be difficult to deal with at first, I admit that however the child would be flesh of my flesh and that would win over all else. This week my cousin who is also gay came by and he felt reluctant but he is my cousin and if others do not accept him or my brother they don't accept me. Freedom of speech does not mean you advocate violence against anyone or cheer because of 911. I remember the courage of the men on flight 91 in Pennsylvania. What did his being gay have to do with making a plan to try to save the plane and they did keep it from reaching Washington. They were all heros on that flight it is so sad to see blind hatred for no other reason than to getting one kicks off of someone different from us. I learned a lot when I first had cancer and before that too and my doctor was gay so what he was the one that calculate the right amount of radiation that killed the cancer. Am I to curse or hate him for that. I do not believe Christ would and neither should I.
Where Does Freedom Of Speech End? (Article) - 2/26/2005 7:16:25 AM
Ryan, what can we even say about these people? You bring up a very important issue with the freedom of speech question. In my opinion, we can't regulate how people think or feel, only how they deal with those feelings and thoughts. I have a problem with hate crime legislation for this reason. I wish no one felt hatred, but don't think that's the issue. The action is the crime. I was nearly killed by someone who loved me. I would have been just as dead, regardless of why he did what he did. It's the action. In many respects, I'm happy these people are exercising their free speech. Disgusting as it is, I'd much rather hear what they're up to than not know. I agree with you that the saddest part is that they are raising their children to be just like them, and think the rest of us must also exercise our freedom of speech and speak out against them as often and as loud as we can, hopefully to their children. This society has tried to teach us for years that we must be 'nice', and that it isn't polite to challenge the beliefs of others, or to discuss religion and politics. No, we mustn't be nice about these things. We must challenge the insanity, and we must discuss religion and politics and keep them separate to stop radical groups of confused people from injecting their hatred into our lives. Nice guys are not always good guys. Religious people are not always good or nice. And if the Baptists can't stand up and take their name away from the Westboros - they need to feel the heat.
Wayne Allard (R-CO) is reintroducing the Marriage Protection Amendment (Article) - 1/25/2005 5:47:21 AM
My Senators support this. But what do I think? I guess people are insecure in their marriage and if you think yours should be protected then one has to wonder about the meaning of that particular marriage. My marriage is not threatened by a couple that is gay marriage. Can you follow what I am saying here. I just think that people should tend to their business and leave other people's marriages alone. No matter if they are of the same sex.
The Root Of Homophobia (Article) - 1/23/2005 3:51:10 PM
I agree Ryan and that whole thing about Sponge Bob is the silliest campaign yet.
Liberals Unite at T.E.A.M. (Article) - 1/14/2005 7:54:30 PM
I didn't want to draw any more flack than I did at that other site because I wanted to ask what difference does being gay make? I mean if a surgeon has the skill to perfom life saving surgery am I going to refuse. No I think that even being straight and married I could understand this much that my brother is gay. I have gay friends and I sure am not ashamed. In fact I trust my gay friends far better than some others. But I believe in a person's right to thier own individuality. Someone once asked me a question and I answered them. What does it matter who you love and long as you know how to love and have had it. For that they started a smear campaign but I am glad we can at least speak freely here.
Liberals Unite at T.E.A.M. (Article) - 12/27/2004 4:57:47 PM
Hypocrites Enjoying The Freedom Of Religion (Article) - 12/23/2004 7:39:02 AM
Maybe you should visit a country church sometimes. To me it seemed that your written words betrayed what you wanted to say. I do not like the afore mentioned pastors in fact I have been largely criticized for advocating women ministers. In our church we are accepting of people for who they are. In fact Jesus appealed to what most consider the misfits of society but do not lump me into the same category as those that do shall we say have an intolerant attitude. Because I voted the way that I did I was called ignorant, a Satan whorshipper, touched in the head and let's see incontinent. Just some of the niceties from the liberal democratic views. No I don't think they are all going to hell and yes I think Christians shold set the example. It may surprise a lot of people on who is going to hell and holding the gate open. Me when I find a person worthy of a vote I will vote for them. But do you not think that it is defeating the purpose to say you are against the death penalty but advocate abortion on the innocent unborn? Me I say everything is a choice.
Listen My Children And You Will Hear. (Article) - 12/20/2004 9:55:47 AM
I must be missing something in life. I am a "born again" christian and I have never had anyone complain about my zeal, perhaps I dont have any. I dont know if the threat you feel is real or not, but I think what you are speaking of is not a great movement toward fundamentalism, but more so a great silent majority being awakened.
Listen My Children And You Will Hear. (Article) - 12/20/2004 7:18:09 AM
This is the reason why this party has been rejected for the highest office. Not all Democrats hold to this view and how illogical to lump all Christians into this category. The sad part is you will never accept the real truth even when it is on your head. We all share equal guilt for the way our country has gone. Me I would rather seek forgiveness than to live with this ideology but I don't expect you to understand that point of view. I am not among the rich or the powerful and I am not complaining.
Alabama State Representative Revisits Nazi Tactics in Heartland America. (Article) - 12/3/2004 11:34:30 PM
Thank you for bringing attention to some very important matters. I agree with you, it doesn't make sense not to get involved these days. Unfortunately, too many still believe what they don't know can't hurt them. That's simply not true. And then there are those who do know, and approve of things like this and we need to remain ever so vigilant with them. Something of similar horror happened in Tennessee recently. I'll see if I can find that story again and send it to you. Great article, well written and valuable information. Thanks
Ho Hum (Poetry) - 7/29/2005 1:16:22 PM
When You Find Out (Poetry) - 3/5/2005 8:12:40 AM
deep emotion filled write on what is right to self
great advice as well..........
When You Find Out (Poetry) - 3/4/2005 3:58:46 PM
There is much wisdom (and hope) within your verses, Ryan. Thank you for sharing this offering. Love and peace. Regis
When You Find Out (Poetry) - 3/3/2005 7:15:04 AM
Ryan....sage like words...excellent!!!!
When You Find Out (Poetry) - 3/2/2005 4:48:46 PM
Encouraging write Ryan. I agree with Sue (wise woman).
Keep on writing and opening doors.
When You Find Out (Poetry) - 3/2/2005 9:24:16 AM
wise words ryan, the world is slow to change, but the change is there, it is growing...unfortunately, not fast enough for many to enjoy it now
Ho Hum (Poetry) - 2/27/2005 6:20:43 PM
Intriguing and original, Ryan. Thank you. Love and peace. Regis
Interrogation Of The Senses (Poetry) - 2/23/2005 3:48:51 AM
An exquisite work, Brian!! It certainly engaged my senses, and more. You have some lyrically turned unique phrases which captured my imagination with delightful imagery.
I've noticed, with my own work, a progression of awareness which can be read if looked at differently. You seem to have this sense, also. For example, taking the first word of the second lines, excluding the last, you see:
A 'piece' within a piece, if read correctly. Growth is imperative for a mind to find itself and its place among over six billion human beings who occupy space on this world, but not within themselves. :)
Ho Hum (Poetry) - 2/23/2005 3:41:15 AM
Ha! How grand! I don't think I've ever seen any other poet write of 'a ho hum that wouldn't come out', Ryan! Love the thoughts behind that observation, could get lost in it depthy weight...
Erin Elizabeth Kelly-Moen
Ho Hum (Poetry) - 2/9/2005 2:52:36 AM
I like this one. Very interesting.
Ho Hum (Poetry) - 2/8/2005 5:21:47 PM
Well I can get into this one as I have ho hums that don't come out.
Ho Hum (Poetry) - 2/8/2005 9:54:31 AM
damn those ho hums that get stuck. this is neat
Valentine’s Day Is (Poetry) - 2/6/2005 11:53:03 AM
Well this is a really good Valentine write Ryan. Hey I think I am getting some of the same type mail you did from an idiot. Thinks he is going to show up at my door. Jeez I wish he would make my day.
Valentine’s Day Is (Poetry) - 2/5/2005 10:34:35 PM
Very nice, Ryan. I love the way you recapture the first date. I'm not one for "assigned" remembering and token gifts.. would much rather have something from the heart on another day, so this really hit a warm spot with me. I think my favorite Valentine gift was a box of Sucrets with a ribbon around them one year when I was sick.
Letter to a Young Friend (Poetry) - 2/5/2005 6:51:45 PM
Yes this is very inspiring.
Letter to a Young Friend (Poetry) - 2/5/2005 2:52:10 PM
Very inspiring indeed! There are many who welcome this poem.
Sandie Angel a.k.a. Sandie May Angel :o)
Striving After Wind (Poetry) - 2/4/2005 7:45:31 PM
There is sad truth in these verses that cause one to pause. Thank you, Ryan. Love and peace. Regis
Striving After Wind (Poetry) - 2/3/2005 4:17:34 PM
i agree with Sandie
enjoyed the flow
The Tiny Coffee Bean (Poetry) - 2/1/2005 8:53:21 AM
My favorite beans are Jamaican Blue Mountain, Sumatra, Hawaiian Kona and Kenyan AA.
LOL I should print this out and let my husband read it. He is a true and faithful lover of the coffee bean.
Striving After Wind (Poetry) - 2/1/2005 8:50:38 AM
A unique perspective ... :)
Striving After Wind (Poetry) - 2/1/2005 6:35:50 AM
My but we have written a poem that is very intense. Well done Ryan.
Striving After Wind (Poetry) - 2/1/2005 4:54:56 AM
a different take on the wind
Striving After Wind (Poetry) - 2/1/2005 4:06:29 AM
Sad...hope the soul rests well.
Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o(
Ode To Tormented Souls (Poetry) - 1/31/2005 10:16:49 AM
Definitely much to ponder here. I like writings that have the ponder element about them, as this piece does. I avoid organized religion for many of the points you listed. I have absolutely nothing against gays and have quite a few friends of either gender. I'm color blind, in addition... I love people regardless of where they come from, who their god is, what color their skins are, what their sexual persuasion is... and in my experience, it's invariably been organized religion that has promoted war, taught hatred, division and separation among diverse peoples. This is not to say all religion practices this, it is to say, however, that has been my personal experience and observation. The Bible is a beautiful holy book, as are many of the world's holy books. But I think man has often twisted meanings to suit his own whims. Just my opinion.
Ode To Tormented Souls (Poetry) - 1/30/2005 10:16:01 AM
A powerfully thought-provoking statement, Ryan. Thank you. Love and peace. Regis
Come Look Out My Window (Poetry) - 1/29/2005 12:38:34 PM
Beautiful write and best wishes for you book :-)
Ode To Tormented Souls (Poetry) - 1/29/2005 12:00:38 PM
Very insightful write.
Ode To Tormented Souls (Poetry) - 1/29/2005 9:02:00 AM
I think that love starts when we realize some things about ourselves. Sometimes people do use the bible as a means to distort and confuse. I have been studying the bible for years and I always find something different each time. However I think most people like you Ryan desire to be accepted for what you are. Being gay and admitting it is much better than to be deceptive about one's own indivuality. Now for a lighter side of this hey I often ask my gay friends about a certain shade of lipstick because it looks so darn good on them. That I have to have that shade for myself.
Come Look Out My Window (Poetry) - 1/29/2005 6:52:15 AM
Awesome. I can't wait to read more.
Come Look Out My Window (Poetry) - 1/29/2005 6:05:20 AM
This sounds interesting Ryan and the cover is great.
Come Look Out My Window (Poetry) - 1/29/2005 12:23:39 AM
Ah yes,and indeed it is a rich tapestry.Thank you for sharing this excellent poem.The picture above it is perfect for a cover of poetry book.
Congratulations on your new book.
Come Look Out My Window (Poetry) - 1/28/2005 11:40:04 PM
This poem is very uplifting and beautifully written Ryan!
I applaud you for your honesty and wish you the best in
Local Family Farmers (Poetry) - 1/28/2005 10:31:42 AM
I appreciate this one because my father was a farmer and I live in an area where the farmers have a big market.
Local Family Farmers (Poetry) - 1/28/2005 8:54:49 AM
(((HUGS))) and love, your friend in tx., karen lynn. :D
Local Family Farmers (Poetry) - 1/27/2005 5:41:03 PM
Voice of the common man. A true poet.
Deception Of Homophobia (Poetry) - 1/27/2005 9:42:31 AM
Hate is always a choice an unfortunate and bad one.
Deception Of Homophobia (Poetry) - 1/27/2005 9:38:15 AM
never been a part of my vocabulary but i agree about the fear, bias is always frightening...we experienced it as hippies in the sixties and it has become worse rather than better over the years. i have always thought knowledge is the cure for bias but i dont' know anymore
Deception Of Homophobia (Poetry) - 1/27/2005 8:56:17 AM
When light hits angry words are often the first sign that changes are coming. Yes the truth to all prejudice must come out to the open, once and for all, and no distractions can be allowed. Powerful write.
Deception Of Homophobia (Poetry) - 1/27/2005 8:44:22 AM
Not part of mine but have been called a few! Thank you for this!
Deception Of Homophobia (Poetry) - 1/27/2005 8:18:37 AM
I doubt, unfortunately, that anything will change, as long as everyone is different there will be those that will constantly be prejudiced towards others...although I find that this site, for the most part, is a HOMOPHOBIA FREE ZONE! A great thought and write, Ryan, Seek Peace, Ed & Rufuz
Deception Of Homophobia (Poetry) - 1/27/2005 7:07:51 AM
Yes Ryan it is a good rant and some of the words I have never heard before. Interesting write.
Deception Of Homophobia (Poetry) - 1/27/2005 6:42:44 AM
A very good rant, Ryan, but I'm not sure Homophobia is an involuntary subconscious response like arachnophobia is. You said, 'They choose to hate,' and I believe that's true. I don't believe racism or bigotry are involuntary either. Some hateful things seem to be taught and preached to elicit a reaction in other humans, where just the mere sight of a spider can literally drive some up the wall, and no one has to convince them to fear spiders - they just do.
The Tiny Coffee Bean (Poetry) - 1/24/2005 9:04:27 PM
I too love the coffee! Author: pen in one hand, coffee in the other, computer near by. :-) Great write!
The Tiny Coffee Bean (Poetry) - 1/24/2005 7:22:46 PM
Have you heard about the reintroduction of the Marriage Protection Act by some right-wing Senator? If this bothers you, please help spread the word. If not then I am sorry I wasted your time and space!
The Tiny Coffee Bean (Poetry) - 1/24/2005 2:18:00 PM
What a delightful title, Ryan! Now, let's see what it's about...
A delicious read, Ryan! The images were lush, the scents, almost erotic, it is, in its manner, a love letter, adoring "The Tiny Coffee Bean". Enjoyed!
Oh, and I am also having a cup, right now, my afternoon pot, actually.
The Tiny Coffee Bean (Poetry) - 1/24/2005 7:18:26 AM
i'm having a cup of coffee right now, so your poem hit the spot ...
your pushed your pen very nicely ...
The Tiny Coffee Bean (Poetry) - 1/23/2005 9:49:51 PM
Wow!~ I'm a coffee lover, but I never had the Jamaica
one you mention. Never could drink that many cups either;-)
This is vivid prose with wonderful imagery, I feel like
I must now stop to make a pot of coffee;-)Thanks for sharing!
The Tiny Coffee Bean (Poetry) - 1/23/2005 9:47:27 PM
I don't even want to talk to anyone until I have had my cup of java. Then I read the paper and then never mind. But I must have my coffee.
Political Puppetry (Poetry) - 1/23/2005 2:48:11 AM
Your fears and concerns are the same as so many that share this country with you. I, too, feel heartbroken at the thought of what's to come when it comes to big brother. Nothing is sacred anymore and neither will it be evermore.
Political Puppetry (Poetry) - 1/21/2005 12:18:53 PM
I'd like to go a step further than Judy and say that hating someone for any reason does not make sense. We seem to have adopted the word hate, which is an EXTREMELY strong word/feeling, into our modern language as though it were a "run-of-the-mill" idea. Maybe if people had more sense then God gave a goat and were more concerned with bettering their own lives, rather than destroying others, this world would be a nicer place to live. And people like me and Ryan here would not be daunted in pursuing our own happiness. Besides, without us homo's there would be a lot of empty space in museums and book shelves all over the world, not to mention much more burlap clothes, bowl-cuts, square dancing, etc! Such a pity...abstract thought is dead and derision abounds. Shame on our society!
Political Puppetry (Poetry) - 1/21/2005 8:02:01 AM
Sandie is right in that Homeland Security has been around since the sixties that I know of. The thing is people have to know someday they will have to account for their actions. Maybe since I have aged too Ryan I see things in that hating someone because of their sexaul preference does not make sense but some never knew the wisdom of my mother's words. "Don't let resentment or anger send your soul to hell. It is going to be full of hate mongers." The ones that hate you, me and others take up too much space as it is. I go by what I see in a person's heart and I find that what is in yours is something to be cherished not hated.
Political Puppetry (Poetry) - 1/21/2005 4:29:05 AM
It is no news that security cameras have benn around for a long time, only recently they have been made public in a way to boost more security.
Good thought-provoking write.
Sandie Angel a.k.a. Sandie May Angel :o)
A Frame Of Winter (Poetry) - 1/20/2005 11:32:41 PM
Ryan, I could almost hear the birds...
Thank You, I enjoyed thie piece.
A Frame Of Winter (Poetry) - 1/20/2005 10:53:55 AM
Although copiously written, I did enjoy this. I also enjoyed the picture. Far different from the scene in New York City.
A Frame Of Winter (Poetry) - 1/20/2005 10:02:35 AM
what a beautiful site to look at out ones window. i'm afraid i dislike winter but this makes it almost desirable, a lovely tribute to your home
A Frame Of Winter (Poetry) - 1/20/2005 6:50:26 AM
Ryan always does add the imagery to his poems and this one is no exception.
A Frame Of Winter (Poetry) - 1/19/2005 11:21:48 PM
Awesome imagery in this fantastic poem. A delight, and the photo is glorious! I used to have bay windows and scenes like that, you have reminded me and it's a wonderful memory. Thank you!;-)
The Most Unforgettable Candy Bar (Poetry) - 1/18/2005 8:40:43 PM
great lesson and write! It's better getting caught and fessing up :-)
The Most Unforgettable Candy Bar (Poetry) - 1/16/2005 5:23:18 AM
This is wonderful and you know something another thing that does not taste right is today's chicken. Home grown chicken somehow had a better flavor. I wrote an story proposing a scene for Mad TV. And so I put in there that I did not want to say anything sarcastic about gay people that you had your issues. Read and let me know if you like or maybe a thought or too.
Homemade Root Beer (Poetry) - 1/15/2005 7:30:19 AM
Ryan I did not realize that there was anybody else here that remembered this treat. Now homemade is far superior to the commericial kind. Thanks.
Homemade Root Beer (Poetry) - 1/15/2005 6:13:03 AM
What a delightful memory! I'm so glad you had so much fun! I enjoyed reading this a lot!
Sandie May Angel :o)
A Magical Destination (Poetry) - 1/12/2005 10:43:01 PM
It’s a living photograph a testament of you
Your private vault that no one else can view
So here you are enjoy the bliss
Floating around in a cloud of reminisce
Fantastic write...love n luck...BHUWAN!!
A Magical Destination (Poetry) - 1/9/2005 7:43:10 AM
This definetly is a excellant example of your talent. Thanks for not weighing in on the bash Judy T. Lloyd on the column as I tried to relay to some it is better to agree to disagree. Apparently they are threatened by those wanting to occupy some space in which to promote their books. I like your style.
A Magical Destination (Poetry) - 1/9/2005 7:35:31 AM
excellent poem ... great rhyme & meter ...
A Magical Destination (Poetry) - 1/9/2005 4:24:43 AM
We all have our times and places we go..past the uneven tides of life.
Excellent journey you offer with your words.
A Magical Destination (Poetry) - 1/9/2005 4:17:28 AM
Past loves filled of diamond and rose
Lost loves wounding the heart at their close
Past friendships that completed you
And friends you wish were not friends too
lol so true!
Nurture (Poetry) - 1/8/2005 4:13:12 PM
What a wonderful way to put it Ryan and are you the same one that also writes on useless-knowledge column?
Of Fantasy And Reality (Poetry) - 1/8/2005 2:58:26 AM
actually this could apply to any gender(ok a few are absolutely male reactions lol) preference
I like it
good rhyme and romance :)
Of Fantasy And Reality (Poetry) - 1/6/2005 6:49:51 AM
Very well done.
Of Fantasy And Reality (Poetry) - 1/4/2005 8:02:22 PM
Beautiful, romantic and passionate poem that is so wonderfully written!
Of Fantasy And Reality (Poetry) - 1/4/2005 4:42:56 PM
Sultry and deliberate!
Of Fantasy And Reality (Poetry) - 1/4/2005 9:32:42 AM
very good...i enjoyed this alot
Of Fantasy And Reality (Poetry) - 1/4/2005 8:10:45 AM
This is beautifully wrought, Ryan Kelly. :) Your entwining of romantic age with a few whimsical images, like
"My face aglow with blush
I feel a curtsy, but instead rise and bow"
created an aura of sensual carnality that can be felt with stirrings and tinglings by a sentient reader.
This section is lovely, and relatable to my experiences, of late.
"His eyes so dark of brown
Holding all his mysteries"
Erin Elizabeth Kelly-Moen
who is not your aunt... :)
Of Fantasy And Reality (Poetry) - 1/4/2005 6:46:08 AM
Who says that romantic poetry has gone out of style it is very much in style.
The Zealot, The Liar, And The Queer (Poetry) - 1/3/2005 2:56:41 PM
I wasn't going to leave a review, but I thought you might like it if at least one homo signed on. I am new here and probably won't stay too long. I am very serious about writing and this place seems to have too few poets and too many preachers. Glad you are sounding off though! Thanks.
The Zealot, The Liar, And The Queer (Poetry) - 1/3/2005 12:44:29 PM
I have friends who are gay/lesbian, and while I do like them, I don't like how they live. But they are my friends, and I keep my opinions to myself on that subject. Don't want to risk losing thier friendship, you know?? Yet I am not one to judge; only God can do that. Still, a good write!
The Zealot, The Liar, And The Queer (Poetry) - 1/3/2005 6:37:22 AM
Well your last lines does say it all. Jesus taught to hate the sin and not the sinner and I expect the percentage of gays in the church is higher than ten percent but are not all saints sinners before? What are churches for if you pardon the pun. To me to have loved someone or have been loved is far better than not to love.
Private Garden (Poetry) - 12/15/2004 10:46:27 PM
The memories are wonderful brings many smiles and the sameness is so needed and true in everyone so hard and rare to find The private garden should remain as that no peeping toms into that private garden. saying right or wrong. What's wrong about Love? It's a rare and cherished gift. Very well written here.
God Bless You and Your family
Private Garden (Poetry) - 12/10/2004 7:12:05 PM
There is a plaintive sweetness of spirit in this piece, a gentle review of what couldn't have been an easy journey. Many blessings to you for your honesty, and sharing such an intimate part of who you are with us. Michelle
Private Garden (Poetry) - 12/10/2004 1:41:51 PM
nice write, ryan! well done!
Private Garden (Poetry) - 12/9/2004 10:12:44 PM
Private Garden (Poetry) - 12/9/2004 8:23:12 PM
Ryan--I loved the memories in this piece. This was a nice write that warmed my heart.
The Creaky Closet Door (Poetry) - 12/9/2004 9:55:47 AM
closets can be horrible places, too much of life that should be shared gets pushed in there, hidden and undiscovered...when what we really need is daylight and compassion
Lockdown (Poetry) - 12/8/2004 11:18:01 PM
This is a well conceived write. With time permitting it would make an interesting dialog on the pros and cons of... <"In the end, if you get see it, time was all you lost">
Possibilities abound from this fine line. I really enjoyed the emotion involved with this write.