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Here this!

by Roger Crique (Age: 57)
copyright 08-18-2005


Age Rating: 10 +

The title is not misspelled.


Like ripples in a pond
The sentiments have spread
Like wildfire, animosity is felt
For Iím the only one standing

You have chosen to ignore my deeds
Rewarding my honesty with your silence
Does it make you feel good to scheme?
To plot against me, for saying the truth?

I will continue to tell you what you donít want to hear
I will not hide from you, I will review you!
I know you donít like my labor
I am not blind, you know,
I see your back

I donít ask to be assessed
I present, like everyone else
But if you choose to pass me by
I will give you my appraisal
And I will tell you, what you donít want to hear!






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        09-07-2005     Regina Pate        

you can't tell me what I don't want to here Roger and yes the tittle is misspelled. he he I will take it any way I can get it. My first love broke my heart. My grandma help me wipe my tears and my grandpa let me cry. He said take it any way you can my dear child, it is better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all. I know you aren't talking about love but you could be. eh?

        08-24-2005     James Shammas        

I like the direct no-nonsense style of this-- to profess what you state-- about utmost honesty. How else should we be?

        08-19-2005     David Pekrul        

I feel there is a whole story somewhere in here, which is probably none of my business, but you have expressed your feelings well. This flows well and kept me intrigued to the end.

        08-19-2005     Anthony Lane Stahlhut        

Somehow this is what I have always expected from you! I like someone that is frank and sincere, but you can turn on the charm when need be! This was one of your better ones to me anyway. Anthony



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