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Disjointed Scenes, - Poem by DAVID GERARDINO

DRESSED in heavy black, she shapes
herself into a local map, living in
paradise she thinks, is like heaven,
and hell.
DRESSED in heavy blue, she finds a
stalemate, and grabs it with both hands,
and both feet, cemented to the ground.

Comments about Disjointed Scenes, by DAVID GERARDINO

  • (10/3/2005 12:11:00 AM)

    David, I'm developing a huge fashion sense. DRESSED in beige would she then become a sage? Or DRESSED in yellow would she then attract a 'druid' type of fellow? I think 'DISJOINTED SCENES' is 'fierce' and oh, so chic! ...LOL. L (Report) Reply

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  • (10/2/2005 9:44:00 PM)

    Very strong...very good...
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  • (10/2/2005 9:42:00 PM)

    david i am developing a huge respect for your poetry that seems to come from the heart

    Warm regards allan
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  • (10/2/2005 8:54:00 PM)

    Just had to finally say it...I love all of your poetry, and this one about your sister, is down to earth all the way.
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 2, 2005

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