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Hi, working and living in San Diego CA. Never thought this guy from the streets of NY city could ever wind up in sunny southern CA. Its great...I live here with my wife Hope and have samll home with a wonderful backyard. So out of place fore the area I live in. Most people have a backyard devoid of life where we have bushes and trees and plants and flowers...seems like another world when I step back on it. Moved here from VA about two years ago, leaving family and friends and started a different chapter...so far as I write this chapter all is going well. Before living in VA for over 20 years, I lived NJ and NY. Right now its about half past 50 for me and I don't think I have ever felt better/ Kirabo? It came from a woman I met online about 4 years ago. I was entering a very spiritual part of my life and we started conversing through e-mail and after a while she gave me the name "Kirabo" which is an African name meaning "gift of god" I was immediately humbled and it still takes an effort to use it. I love writing and the power of words. It appears there is more then one way to say something and many more ways to read something. I am always surprised at the different ways that people read an interpret something.

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Crafted in the Hands of ShakespeareApril Rose Ochinang ClaessensApril, I like this peom a lot...it speaks as if it has a life...at first I was put off by the term Alas..but I kept reading and this work came to life...I like the reference to the greek goddess and petitioning she work a potion for you to keep your love...very poetic use of words "Let not the waves of the ocean" it flows nicely... I am not really convinced this "Say not so long for that would entice Hades to fetch me so soon as I could not stand to break loose from your grasp." is the best choice of wording but it does work nicely in the poem... very good work 2003-11-21 14:57:43
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