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Two Kinds of People

by Regina Pate (Age: 38)
copyright 09-01-2005


Age Rating: 18 +

There's  only two kinds of people in this world.
But a myriad of ways to divide the two.
And that's the difference between the way I see things
And the likes of you.

Cut it anyway you like it the difference is the same.
No ifs ands or buts about it ,it's the way you play the game.

Now I could write until my hand fell off the way to separate the two.
There's me and you ,us and them the winners and the losers
Just to name a few.

But if you were to ask me how I see it in my eyes that are my own.
I'd be careful how I answered with my words and with my tone.
Because you see, it matters not how I see it, that's my point of view.

What matters most is what you hear

And then what you're lead to do.





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        06-11-2006     Haley Robinson        

I like this poem a lot! It has a nice rhythm. I like how you put in a rhyme every now and then, it was a nice touch. Also, I think this is an original subject you decided to write this on. I think your poem shows that there are many kinds of people, and you just can't but them into two distinct groups, or, atleast that's how I interpreted it.

Awsome Job! I can't wait to read more by you!

The Commenting Crusader,
~*|H|A|L|E|Y| |R.|*~

        06-08-2006     Richard Reed Jr        

Great poem again. Great title-I'm lead to stay with P-n-P. You need to write more! Always pray to
your God, above all have faith.

        05-25-2006     Leigh Gilholm Fisher        

Not half bad. I see I commented on this already... That was before I became a CC member though...XD What I bad comment I posted! Anyhow, I like this poem. It's not very original, but still a good piece. Starting each line with a capital latter would be nice, and so would making sure your spaces and commas are properly placed. And in the third line of the second paragraph, you don't need to use capital letters for if, and, and but. ...That doesn't sound very intelligent... Anyhow, not half bad. I hope to see something more distinguishing about the rest of you work. You did well with descriptions, but you need a stronger core for this poem. Make your message a bit more heard. We're listening. Keep writing.


Leigh of the Commenting Crusaders

        05-04-2006     Richard Reed Jr        

There is always an "in" group and an "out" group.
And to the "outs", the "ins" are "outs" and the "outs" are "in".

I think we should love each other simply because the competition keeps us both sharp. Without my biggest critics, I would be a sad poet indeed.

I Love your work. Keep it up!

There are only two kinds of people, in this world
but, a myriad of ways to divide the two
(This too is genius!)

Rich

        09-12-2005     Anthony Lane Stahlhut        

Maybe there are two different people in each one of us. The one you see and the reality! Anthony

        09-07-2005     James Shammas        

I'm just a little confused, too. I have a general idea of the theme, but it's still a little murky for me.

JIm

        09-06-2005     Roger Crique        

You know, I've read this again and I must admit that I misread it. You have divided it into stanzas and honestly, the difference is huge. But I must tell you that it is not the stanzas that made me understand what you are trying to convey, it is the fact that I took my time and analyzed it. I must say that you are absolutely right! No matter how one slices it, a winner is a winner, a loser is a loser, an atheist is an atheist and so on...Now there are many ramifications of a winner, as well as a loser and that's what does not make it so black and white. One can write until blue, making distinctions between a good person or a bad one, but the fact remains that one is good and the other is bad. This is what makes poetry beautiful, so many different ways to say the same things!



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