Saturday, September 1, 2007

@}~'\_. Sing It To Me, Patsy._/`~{@ Comments

Rating: 5.0
The piano opens
her favorite song...
the soothing, melodic notes
of a different era


Lee Degnan
David Harris 01 October 2007
Lee this a beautiful poem that displays a mother's love and the sadness of realising through a sad song. Wonderfully written from the heart. Top marks and thanks for sharing it my friend. David
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Keith Wells 14 September 2007
Nicely done Lee. I understand completely......Love ya sis
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Alison Cassidy 12 September 2007
I don't believe any us truly appreciate our mother's love (beyond the ego-driven possessive need of it) until we have our own children. Then something changes - and we can shove her off the pedestal and let her deep inside our heart. A loving, honest piece that many readers will relate to and shed a tear for. love, Allie xxxx
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Ted Sheridan 10 September 2007
This is such a reminder to me, I just found my daughter and hugged her...She looked at me like I'm nuts...but so I am.. Thanks
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Untitiled and unnamed 10 September 2007
So what song was patsy singing, that seems to be the question, most people missed, although the write does speak for itself,10-10 again lee, Lee..x
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Chris Mendros 05 September 2007
there's never enough time to spend with those closest to us, and afterward there are always those things we never got around to saying. The music in your mother's heart are echoed through your fond remembrances of her. We may never understand all the pain and sorrow in our parents' hearts, but luckily (?) we'll all have plenty of our own to sing about. nice tribute
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This is so effective. The emotion sings off the page. t x
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Tailor Bell 03 September 2007
both personal pain and a near-tribute to Patsy are skillfully interwoven in this impactful work. nice read, Lee. -Tailor
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Meggie Gultiano 03 September 2007
My dearest Lee, i can also relate to this poem of yours..And i miss my mother very much, she was my music teacher, and she sings well..You have vividly picture the whole atmosphere, and as if i am also one of the audience and cried with you..Oh, well, life must go on..Thanks for sharing, Lee.. mahal kita, Meggie
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Jemarie Ragudo 02 September 2007
As a poet, you have the unique ability of translating into words (with brevity and power) the feelings that have laid dormant for years in the heart of your readers. This poem almost made me cry because it reminded me of my dearest Mama. Now I can truly say that I'm one of your fans.
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Aurora Wells 02 September 2007
As I read this, I can close my eyes and see Mom sitting there, with tears in her eyes, listening quietly to Patsy.... I see it so clear and wish it was just from yesterday... miss her much hun... as you do... love ya!
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Duncan Wyllie 02 September 2007
Painfully beautiful, , , the structure and content are immencely well pieced together What a writer, , what a compassionate write Love duncan X
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Broken Peaces 02 September 2007
Lee my father passed awy several years ago we did not always see eye to eye, even now i wish for one miute just to tell him of my true feelings. Loved the poem gave my heart a prod 10 your friend Chris
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Jerry Hughes 01 September 2007
Regret not, remember with love. Beautifully written Lee...
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Frank James Ryan Jr...fjr 01 September 2007
Apples don't fall far from the tree...My bet is she always knew how you felt... My guarantee is that if she missed it here...she' knows it now & forever, after reading this fine emotion packed gem.....She knows...just like you know how your children feel, no matter what....Mom's just know....Excellent tributive, Mrs. Degnan ~ ~ ~
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