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    dots Submission Name: When Beauty Met The Beastdots
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    Author: rws
    ASL Info:    58/m/ohio
    Elite Ratio:    8 - 2779/1297/258
    Words: 169
    Class/Type: Poetry/Misc
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    Description:
       This deals with the unpredictability of relationships and how swiftly personalities,dreams and desires can change if they're not properly cared for. We each have two natures, which partially explains the title. We can tame each other and enrage each other based on what part of ourselves we allow to dominate us. This poem is a call to love and happiness for those who are prepared for it. BTW, the last four lines are 'that's life, they say,let's go, right away.'


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    dotsWhen Beauty Met The Beastdots
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    I walk among
    jagged funerary
    tombs seeking
    absolution,
    pieces of myself.

    Perhaps I'll make
    a monster,
    a Frankensteinian muse,
    perhaps I'll ressurrect
    my one true love;
    perhaps I'm no more than
    a reflection of the two,
    and one face merely
    segregates the twin
    sides of a coin,
    as if a miser hid
    it in his shoe.

    The saddest song
    on earth
    is the one we
    never hear,
    because we're
    transfixed
    on the barb of
    someone else's
    melody.
    And our own
    symphonies
    seem spare
    as an Amish
    dressing gown,
    or the simple path
    of a child's plaited hair.

    Just one more thing
    to do, before I drop
    the other shoe;
    stretch out, relax
    in feline
    solitude.

    Happiness is
    such a drag,
    when you're
    trying to
    sing the
    blues..

    But if that's not
    the case, make haste
    add another fool
    to the race
    whose leaden
    legs have
    nothing left
    to prove

    C'est vie
    On dit
    Let's go,
    Tout de suite.




    Submitted on 2005-08-17 00:20:03     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      I love the feel of this poem I am trying to see a scene from the beauty and the beast.. to totally different but yet a like because even a beast can be tamed, right?
    The saddest song
    on earth
    is the one we
    never hear,
    because we're
    transfixed
    on the barb of
    someone else's
    melody.
    really liked this.. yeah why is it that we can never see what is right in front of us... because usually we are transfixed on something else that we think we want but don't even see the entire picture... huummm ain't life grand.. truly this was awsome... and if you get time explain the end to me.. sorry only an english girl lol
    C'est vie
    On dit
    Let's go,
    Tout de suite.?

    peace
    Penny
    | Posted on 2005-08-17 00:00:00 | by pennymarie | [ Reply to This ]
      uh i WOULD understand the last few lines if i paid more attention in French class... since i didn't, what does it mean? I KNOW i know it! *frustration*

    ok the poem itself is a pretty good description of a person torn between two decisions i think.

    the comparison to a coin two sides was a good one but what has that got to do with putting it in your shoe?
    | Posted on 2005-08-17 00:00:00 | by LoneWolf | [ Reply to This ]


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