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What I Read in the Waiting Room of Hell

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May 05, 2005

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pissed off patricia

And for those of us who are yet to figure you out? Please help us.
Perhaps this is one of my blond hair problems.

The Heretik

Me? I am a work in progress. Most of the time.

Lauren

You know, that first poem describes my life right now like you wouldn't believe. Maybe I'll memorize it and turn it into a mantra.

dorsano

Great site Joe - a distinctive voice.

I would particularly like to know what songs you would send to a friend on a day like today.

Just about anything a nightbird would play.

Treban

"Killing in the Name of" by Rage Against the Machine always makes me feel kinda warm and fuzzy all over on days like this.

Feeling quiet - angry - scared
your here
i'm here
they're here too.
Together - apart - alone
but not often.
urbane dissillusioned asleep
but never sleeping
dreaming awake.

Treban

F*ck, I can't decide whether to dance or be be been be be beneath be be before be be being. . . , , .

Treban

too many f*cking choices!

Leah A

My dear Heretik,

Words fail me, truly fail me. Both lovely poems. The real thing. One dedicated to me is almost too much loveliness, but not really, says greedy me. A first; no one has ever said, "I wrote this poem for you."

What to say besides, "wow?"

I hope a heartfelt "thank-you," will do.

I see you attract poets, by design, I understand. On the internet, in skippy's blogtopia, are we creating our own "Paris in the twenties," or New York in the thirties...forties, fifties, & sixties, come to think of it? I think maybe so.

So much talent, talent to burn, but let's not, she hastens to add. (A sensitive subject for a heretik, I know)

Such a special pleasure to watch talent while it's maturing, before it's on the curriculum, so to speak. I used to wonder, whenever I'd pick up a volume of some writer's letters, how did all those people who were getting notes from, say, Edna Vincent Millay, know those were letters they ought to put in a drawer. Now I understand.

Again, thank-you.

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