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Karl Stuart Kline

(2/16/50 / Las Vegas, Nevada - When there was only one saloon in town!)

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  • Herman Dexter (5/14/2014 11:02:00 PM)

    recorded a song version of Storm's End here: http: //www.ohmstudio.com/session/214001/storm

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  • Karl Stuart Kline (Human Rights) (11/25/2006 7:31:00 AM)

    Curious about the numbers in my poem titles?
    I used them to put my poems in chronological order, so that anyone who reads them in order will find that they're reading a story of sorts. The reason that I lead with the Epilepsy poem is that it's something that both Peggy and I had to deal with since we were children. It's also what ultimately brought us together and helped tomake our relationship very special because each of us always had that unspoken understanding for what the other had been through...

    For anyone who might be checking my links below; I've erased them!
    It seems that I'm not the only high profile 'Karl Kline', so they confused the issue intead of clarifying it. Until Poemhunters puts up a search that includes my middle name, you can do a search for 'Karl Stuart Kline' or go directly to one of my sites at www.poeticat.com, www.poeticat.net or www.scaredsafe.org

    >^.\/.^<
    Karl Stuart Kline

(1.5) Thoughts

How do you leave your love?
Twinned, as it seems, since birth
The spirit has left the flesh
And its' vessel is returned to earth.

You can never leave your love,
For that spirit is there to stay,
You might in time find another,
But wonder if you'll rue the day...

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