Ripples in a new found Dynasty

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    Ripples in a new found Dynasty

    Ripples in time
    Ripples in a pond
    It is all the same
    One little thing
    Can change everything
    Just like a little white lie
    No matter what we do
    Our actions carry on
    Even from the Reptilian Extinction
    To all the way to Olsen's room
    And even to sitting on the couch
    Eating potatoe chips
    Every little action
    Has a re-action
    Even people writting around me
    Has a re-action
    They share, they grow as a writer
    And as you sit hear reading this poem
    Or even having it being read to
    You are gaining in your reading
    And your listening skills
    Isn't that right, Mr. Olsen

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    SuSpence commented on Ripples in a new found Dynasty

    04-23-2010

    Interesting and creative write. You touched on some poignant topics here. This poem reminds me a little of the Bob Marley song 'Reaction', which was running through my mind while reading.

    Bethane1978 commented on Ripples in a new found Dynasty

    04-07-2010

    Very interesting read and from a different prespective

    A poem begins as a lump in the throat, a sense of wrong, a homesickness, a lovesickness. It finds the thought and the thought finds the words.

    Robert Frost (1875-1963) American Poet.

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