--Elite Writer Alias: Katrinagolden Name: Karen S. ASL: 27/F/chicago Website:[ Education ] Days Away: 33 Life Story: searching for utopia [ Ignore User ]
Favorites: 110 Forum Posts: 1 Shoutbox Posts: 0 RP Posts: 0 Signup Date: 4708 D 12.9 Years 1.29 Decades 156.93 Months 672.57 Weeks 4.708000e+8 Heart Beats -There you go eggman Quote: To be or not to be, that is the question
El amor, como la belleza, esta bajo la interpretacion del que lo vive y lo ve. Es inutil vivir tu vida al compas de otro tambor, muchos clichés existen para guiarnos. Pero los clichés se repiten tanto que pierden su importanca y nos volvemos desensibilizado a las lecciones importantes que ofrencen estas frases.
Thanks for letting me know you liked the poem about an imaginary friend. It is difficult to reveal personal secrets (if that is one, and not just another story!) but when we do, we find that others have much the same sorts of private experiences!
I'm glad you got to read "A Lost Paradise". Sorry if I confused you. I did use an indirect metaphor for two things. I compared the tale of explorers concquering unexplored lands to turn them into cosmopolitan cities with a man attempting to change a woman into something she is not. The last stanza was more of a realization that due to him changing her, she is no longer what he fell in love with.
I hope that answers some of your question and if it's still not clear, I'm going to change the structure, hoping that it's a bit clearer.
Thanks for your input. I always appreciate your thoughts.