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Feb 21, 2005


jeana clark

this feels like it would be a great spoken word piece.. i can hear it, feel it, see it in my head. it seems to be a eulogy to control..

Kasey Martin

Is it egotistical for me to respond to my own poem? I just thought some clarification might help. This didn't begin as a poem (in fact, I'm not sure you could call it such, maybe poetic prose) but as a short story. Actually, I'd still like to adapt it to film, but that's getting ahead of myself. As far as what it's about, well, let's just say I was frustrated with the whole denominationalizing (not sure that's a word) of the church at the time I wrote it.

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