Michael Timothy Rose
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Michael Timothy Rose Poems
Michael Rose English 101 'Fender Bender' Short Response September 29,2009
Philosophy Of Poetry, Of Anger And Regre...
The life which I cannot matriculate to is empty philosophies in rivers I argue over whether I have dipped into twice, over religions I hate for the philosophies they cannot uphold, over religions I love For the philosophies which they do, but over which I cannot comprehend without dis-
I Was Happy
I was happy tonight; and though the fire could have burned me like a moth
I am a planet, I am a receptical of Sun, If I do not recieve it,
I am enamored by Words; The way they metabolize My emotions;
Winter In New York
I have moist thoughts of you; the weather changes when I think of you
This grey square box 7in by 11in hollow but filled with pixels
Hands Which Heal Me
Her hand runs down my face like a cloth, softly molding to its contours, cradling pains like a mother and reminding me of love
I am lost in absolute chaos. My brain waves
I hate the way That I’m imprinted, Different; the way that-
“Vitalized” This spring of healing elixir.
If I Were A Seed
The Garden Of Machines
The garden of machines New only one Master gardener,
Sleep is drifting into my consciousness, and hazy eyes only urge me further to fall away
Comments about Michael Timothy Rose
'Fender Bender' Short Response
The short story, 'Fender Bender, ' by Ramon 'Tiangus' Perez,
portrays the prejudiced state in which the contemporary society in
America regards illegally immigrated peoples. The anecdotal
experience which Perez divulges furthermore demonstrates an inter-
cultural conflict between Mexican immigrants: those who have become
Americanized and those who have clung onto the the cultural
idiosyncrosies of Mexico. In the short story, this conflict is catalyzed ...