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Love Him So by Outlaw's Serenade Why do I love him? [228 words]
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Jam
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For W by Christina Berry - [90 words]
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When Midnight Screams by Robert Edward Levin - [140 words]
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Thinking Of You by Able Mine just a poem about grieving, hesitating. [159 words]
The Princess And The Peasant by Ashley Burdett A poem from the eyes of a peasant about how he has fallen in love with a princess.... [76 words]
The Light Of My Being by Robert Edward Levin - [438 words]
The Fruitless Search by Alberto Pupo Love, a most ridiculous notion. [84 words]
Scary Movie by Mafer Dominguez They say that the best way to rid ourselves of all our fears is by letting them out and sharing, I'... [41 words]
Returning To That Place by Alberto Pupo Reawakening the Pessimist within. [50 words]
Peace In The Petals by Sorcha Colleran How in times of great stress, we can find safety in what we see. [53 words]
My Love For You by Michael W Miller A love peom for my dearest girlfriend, Jessica. It describes my love for her. I love you Jessic... [86 words]
Long Journey's The Angel by Robert Edward Levin - [204 words]
Hope by Rose Trimovski A girl waiting for her mom. [26 words]
From Darkness To Light by Stan A Fowler A quest for the search of inner truths. I wrote this in 30 minutes way back in 1985 but... [702 words]
Death To Fascism by Sunny The title and the poems have no connection ;) [128 words]
Brave Solder Be You by Mafer Dominguez - [43 words]
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Afternoons by Robert Edward Levin - [211 words]
Your Light Shines For Me by L Chapman - [106 words]
When by L Chapman - [107 words]
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Suddenly Numb by Alberto Pupo The unfortunate nature of relationships.... [46 words]
Round Like A Shot by Gary Thompson Have you ever called the police for something and they said there was no one available to at... [201 words]
Red, White, And Blue by L Chapman - [106 words]
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Quadruplessly by Andrew French - [92 words]
Our Roads by L Chapman - [128 words]
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If Only For A Day by Thomasina B Shearer What one day did for me. That will last a lifetime. [49 words]
I Want My Smile Back by Thomasina B Shearer A simple reply could put a smile on anyones face. [103 words]
Happy Memories by Thomasina B Shearer - [178 words]
Fire And Ice by L Chapman - [67 words]
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Eden's Temptation by Cylis Lapedimore - [46 words]
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Daddy Took Me Fishing by Thomasina B Shearer Memories last a life time, even long after you are gone. [273 words]
Confusion Sets In by A Delusion Of Adequacy Just a poem about feeling inadequate about yourself, ad who you are, to the point that you ha... [34 words]
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A Path Now Divided by Alberto Pupo Just when everything seemed certain... [59 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Jam
DESCRIPTION
Jam. That's it.
[96 words]
TITLE KEYWORD
Mystical
AUTHOR
Louise Elizabeth Ostrowska
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
I'm 17. I live near Portsmouth in England. I live for music and languages, and justification.
[April 2002]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
loolie32@hotmail.com
Jam
Louise Elizabeth Ostrowska

If both of our souls died on that day in November
And were instantly reincarnated into something already living
I thought I saw us together the other day

You were a tubby mop-haired beaming seven-year old
I was a tiny fluffy black fly

You were pulling my wings off with your grubby little fingers
I was sucking on strawberry jam that held my legs in place

You pulled my legs off
I sucked on jam

You squashed my thorax
I discontinued sucking but still loved the jam

Then I saw that you were both the jam and the boy
I loved you but you loved to kill me

Dick.



 

READER'S REVIEWS (5)
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"WHAT THE FUCK IS THAT?!" -- Jeffrey Lee Williams Junior.
"Interesting. Do you still love your ex?" -- R. Bennett Okerstrom.
"Wow, i think this poem has potential. It's the first one i've read on storymania that i did't roll my eyes at. In my humble opinion i would like to see the poem read like this: both of our souls died on that day in November And were instantly reincarnated into something already living You were a tubby mop-haired beaming seven-year old I was a tiny fluffy black fly You were pulling my wings off with your grubby little fingers I was sucking on strawberry jam that held my legs in place You pulled my legs off I sucked on jam You squashed my thorax I discontinued sucking but still loved the jam in this way the images would speak for themselves and give the poem a sense of resonance at the end. I think people will understand the metaphore without the explanation at the end. -A note to Jeffery lee williams junior if he happens to look for a reply to his coment... What the fuck is not a review. Might I sugest a more constructive hobby, such as stairing at a wall or tasting poison. " -- John Amos.
"Nice review John. I agree." -- R. Bennett Okerstrom.
"I hope you never think twice about the first comment... Your poem is an interesting way of looking at love. It's common day imagery makes it real and tangable. I wonder why you decided to reincarnate your self as a fly? Was that arbitrary? There is also a sexual innuendo in the poem about which I am currious; again I wonder if it is arbitrary... All in all this is a great poem. Keep it up. In the future you might want to try a more less candid metaphor and as the previous person said, let the imagery speak for it self. well done." -- Peter Izdebski, Toronto, Ontario Canada.

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COPYRIGHT NOTICE
© 2002 Louise Elizabeth Ostrowska
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
April 2002
NUMBER OF TIMES TITLE VIEWED
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