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 =  Nice work
Mike Aspros
[05.Oct.08 05:39]
this reads like fulfilling some desire yet scarifying principles, or having a moral dilemma. I liked the poem, and the last line, simple stated, was a shocker to me.

 =  marius.
Christopher Thripp
[05.Oct.08 06:32]
wonderful read marius..

 =  Thank you Mike, Chris!
Marius Surleac
[05.Oct.08 10:48]
Hi Mike, thank you for your comment - I appreciate it. Yes, there are some moral issues hanged on the main idea, and the passion as well.

Hi Chris, glad you liked it.

All the best in the world to you my friends!

Best wishes,

 =  self-denial
Simona Sumanaru
[11.Oct.08 01:51]
there, marius, or just a hint of masochism? Hum-hum, them women! :-)

 =  Thank you Simona!
Marius Surleac
[12.Oct.08 22:33]
Hi Simona! Thank you very much for the comment. Not, there is no masochism, but deep religion issues and a bit of romantic view for the very old time. I love women, not hate them!

Best wishes,

 =  Right, the Apple
Simona Sumanaru
[14.Oct.08 23:30]
that a woman brought ;-) I got the religious side, and I got the fact you don't hate women, don't worry. My point was that we fulfill our destinies regardless, we know it's gonna be bad in the end, "my soul is left to rot", but we go that way anyway. Aren't we something?

 =  true
Marius Surleac
[14.Oct.08 23:36]
Yes we are - we know the sin and we go further, with cold conscience!

Thank you!

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