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 =  the most interesting
Bodea Diana Mihaela
[26.Feb.13 16:04]
This is by far the most interesting poem I have read here on agonia. For me it is a subtle expression of putting the point on ”i” regarding the responsability man/men has/have towards ones self and also towards human kind. This world is truley made after the not so pretty face of men and maybe that is why it is so hard to change something here as long as the idea of change is not taken personal by everyone. Sorry my cold comment, I am out of muse for a while now. :-)

 =  cold fusion:-)
Romulus Campan
[26.Feb.13 16:38]

I will certainly forgive you for comments like:
"This is by far the most interesting poem I have read here on agonia."
I am absolutely open to more, similar "offences", as many times you feel I may deserve them:-)
I am glad you have captured the essence of what I wanted to express.
As for the "muse", I rather prefer "cold" sincerity, over (luke)warmness:-)
This kind of "cold" perfectly suits me... always:-)
Nevertheless, I am wishing you warmer times.

Thank you very much, your comm brightened my day:-)


 =  Earthly gene
Dely Cristian Marian
[26.Feb.13 22:24]
I'm more into this side of the vision:
And their evenings and their mornings were their resurrections and graves...

And men asked, “why are there lights under the Heaven,
to divide the Grey from the Nightmare?”
and they said, “for signs, and for reasons,
and for days, and tears,
and as lights to give light
upon our fights for the earth...”

In the end, a hopeless “Gene(me)sis”, Romulus. Is it about men -the gender- or about Men?


 =  eating our own mud...
Romulus Campan
[26.Feb.13 22:41]
Men, as a generic wrap for mankind, as used in the book of Genesis.
For the rest, Genesis, nemesis, and me, the mud eating me/us...

Take care, dcm...


 =  In a biblical style-
John Willy Kopperud
[03.Mar.13 16:08]
which is one of your most valuable resources, you describe some of mankind's grave problems. The outcome is striking!
Cheers from Willy

 =  anybody out there...?
Romulus Campan
[03.Mar.13 21:07]
Thanks ol' Friend,

Your comment is truly valued, as always:-)


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