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I Am A Rose by M Q Walters - [32 words]
A Victim by Robert A Ferguson This poem represents how I felt in being vicitmized. I guess that it supported the idea that I was mor... [70 words]
I Like Your Smile by Kennedy O Obohwemu It's friendship all the way as this poetic piece gives insight on the lovely communication en... [125 words]
Mark Of My Pain by Robert A Ferguson This is an expression of all the pain I went through in a particular event. The event, or serie... [64 words]
Must Move On by Kennedy O Obohwemu Composed May 22nd,2003,this poem gives insight on how to cope with grief.[It's one of my best.]The... [164 words]
Love Is The Answer! by Dri Cook Go for love...you'll never regret it! [143 words]
Love Me! by Dri Cook A Tribute I wrote to someone who I loved dearly in my life... [86 words]
The Extra Mile by Kennedy O Obohwemu Only an extra mile is needed to rise higher... Composed 09,20/04/03. [112 words]
Somewhere In Time by Dri Cook sometimes time and space may be different to make things happen [124 words]
Decay by Deadjerry - [91 words]
Frightened Little Girl! by Dri Cook A tribute to my childhood and a way I found to letting go the hurt and suffering I went... [172 words]
How Wonderful The Groups We Have by E Daugherty - [286 words]
Someone Without You by Rae I despise trying to do this. [84 words]
'blah' To This Feeling I Have by E Daugherty - [79 words]
Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz by Buxton A sleepy poem to pass the time. [257 words]
Your Kiss, A Collection Of Verse by Nikhil Parekh A collection of verse. [2,187 words]
Wise Up by Duke Sekhon - [58 words]
Where Love And Sorrow Meet by Kennedy O Obohwemu It was Good Friday,April 18th,2003.Moved by the reflection of the Passion of Our LOR... [103 words]
When Your Not Here With Me... by E Daugherty - [222 words]
Waving Goodbye by Sasu A black hole of a poem. [127 words]
Today by Jack Roland Butter A poem explaining the world's problems presently! [63 words]
To Warm Me by Rae I guess it's a poem. [147 words]
To Someone by E Daugherty This took a HUGE amount of thought. [74 words]
To Be Continued by Rachel Weisenfeld - [48 words]
Think Of Me by Rae I cry so often over him lately... [169 words]
The Man In The Moon by Jack Roland Butter A poem of the blues of growing up. [114 words]
The Ideal Relationship! by Dri Cook Comedy or drama? You decide! [98 words]
The Grazing by Alberto Pupo Grazing. [81 words]
The Fire Of Love by Kennedy O Obohwemu Love's the greatest there is,sure.It was in the light of this tradition-the greatness of love-... [107 words]
Taurus by Cosmic Bull A lost love, and all its pain that follows. [120 words]
Sweet Poetry by Dri Cook A poem that I wrote which is one of my favorites, such as A NEW LIFE. It describes what exactly wr... [220 words]
Snowfall by J Shartzer A poem about snow. [33 words]
Shadows At Dawn by Sasu The part of the day where the world wakes up.. [36 words]
Shades by Sara Bernal Just me. [22 words]
Settings by Alberto Pupo To set the stage. [70 words]
Roses Are Beautiful! by Dri Cook Despite the thorns, roses are always beautiful. Despite the trials, life is always good! [312 words]
Random Musings by Duke Sekhon - [82 words]
Pitifull Vengance by Buxton Mixture of darkness and spoiled greed. [89 words]
My Teacher by Jack Roland Butter A poem about domestic violence in a household. [127 words]
Mirror Games by Rae - [135 words]
Milly The Master Dog by Emma Moore A fun poem about my chocolate labrador Milly. [80 words]
Meaningful Things by Samantha Carter The little things have come to be what matter the most. It's the small things which make all ... [72 words]
Love Never Freezes by Kennedy O Obohwemu I in the substance of love,the real thing.It does't just begin and end.True live never freez... [115 words]
Love Deserves All by Kennedy O Obohwemu Love is so potent a virtue that it deserves all there is ...composed 23/04/03 [107 words]
Live, Just Live!! by Dri Cook we never know how far a kind word could go. Perhaps to save a life?? [154 words]
Lights Remain Aglow by Kennedy O Obohwemu I wrote this poem 5th May,2003.It's one of my favorites.Sometimes we just feel down and the... [120 words]
Insanity by Rachel Weisenfeld - [71 words]
I'm Scared Of Spiders by Emma Moore A poem about my fear of spiders. [60 words]
If I by Anna Henderson Love poem [160 words]
I Know You Hear Me, But Are You Listening??? by Dri Cook It takes so very little for a broken and confusing someone to beco... [396 words]
I Don't Belong by Bethaney Dawn Larock Bdl The place/world I wish I was in! [144 words]
I Died For You by Karina Lizet Perez A poem talking about how much you love someone that you would do some horrible things just for t... [126 words]
God Is Never Late! by Dri Cook I was driving back home today when I thought about God being late about certain events that ... [761 words]
Flowers That Only Last A Day by Peter Rivendell - [40 words]
First Kiss by Rachel Weisenfeld - [22 words]
Envy Yourself by Buxton This poem generates the mind with sub-standard questions that more often than not, don't get answ... [93 words]
Déjà Vu by B Galindo - [74 words]
Darkness Falls by Keri McGriff - [16 words]
Daddy Come Back by Karina Lizet Perez A poem dedicated to my dad who I havent seen since I was like 7 years old. [96 words]
Close Your Eyes! by Dri Cook There are times, we can only see when we close our eyes! [119 words]
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Be With Me!! by Dri Cook When to love means to help the other to grow! [124 words]
Angry Fever by Sasu Rarrrrg. [75 words]
And It’S Just Odd, A Bit Safd by Roberto J Moreno - [181 words]
Across Fields by Peter Rivendell - [25 words]
Abacus Mind by Buxton This mind will flow, like the wine that was devoured.. [89 words]
Yolk From Rot by Eyitemi Egwuenu - [75 words]
Winter's Wisdom by Sasu Cold and valiant. [90 words]
When The Ginger Boy Sings by Skyler Drevan - [226 words]
We'll Never Meet by Karina Lizet Perez I made this poem the night of Jan. 6, 2004 It was meant for someone who I know I put through a... [74 words]
Watching Eyes by E Daugherty Do you ever feel as if your being watched???? [85 words]
Unseen Beginnings by E Daugherty Theres nothing I can say to describe this piece. Only that it is one of my favorite writings. [105 words]
Unknown by E Daugherty Freedom...for all. [67 words]
Times Unknown Horror by E Daugherty When you look at your watch...what do you see? Times flying before our very eyes and yet w... [75 words]
Time For Change by Keri McGriff - [18 words]
The Structue Of A Soul by Robert A Ferguson An expression of how I have changed. [204 words]
The Plague Of The Thought by Robert A Ferguson I wrote this when I thought my best friend had killed herself. I had good reason to b... [70 words]
The Longing by Ruth Angelo 'The Longing' is a poem/song that has a "her side/his side" context of the disappointments felt in ... [464 words]
The Cave by Skyler Drevan - [296 words]
Tempered Tools by E Rocco Caldwell Healing is always a miracle [30 words]
Suicidal Love-Poem by Karina Lizet Perez A poem of my life... [108 words]
Starless Sky by Keri McGriff - [17 words]
Special Little Things by Luis Felipe Moura Never overlook the little things in love. [168 words]
Real True Love by Sarah Beresh This is another poem I wrote dealing with emotions and love.The rhyming isn't that great but its... [177 words]
Quater Full, Three-Quater's Empty! by Buxton One of those 'angry lash out at anything' poem's, I guess. [122 words]
Out Of Sight by Robert A Ferguson ...not much emotion actually went into this, but that doesn't mean that none did. ...inspired by a... [110 words]
Nothing Without You by Naveed Ahmed Many a night will come and go The stars will be lit And the moon maybe there But they will ... [87 words]
Not All That Easy by Just A Guy Patience, i'm almost finished. [113 words]
Newborn Lamb by Robert A Ferguson This represents my new change, valued greatly at that. [86 words]
Nature Secrets by E Daugherty Secrets that have been hiden in our lands for years and no one has known. [79 words]
My Passion by M Q Walters - [101 words]
In The Rain by Phenomt OH...what a man! [47 words]
I Realized by Sarah Beresh This poem I wrote one night because I had all these emotions. Its about loseing the one I really lov... [145 words]
Forcing Eternity by Rae I'm so impatient. [93 words]
For 2000 Years And Hence... by Angel's Love Korak The poem For 2000 Years and hence…, was written on the 1st of January 2000.It descr... [325 words]
Ecesis by Eyitemi Egwuenu - [95 words]
Crying Myself To Sleep At Night by Sarah Beresh A Poem About A Person Crying Theirself to sleep. This is written in first pers... [82 words]
An Answer by Robert A Ferguson ...the answer to everything that she is. [160 words]
All Is A Lie by Duke Sekhon - [16 words]
A Pastime by B Galindo - [123 words]
A Contradiction by Duke Sekhon - [24 words]
A Bomb by B Galindo - [59 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Cellar Door
DESCRIPTION
A mysterious reflection on a couple's life seen through different viewpoints of a tragic world...
[114 words]
TITLE KEYWORD
Romance
AUTHOR
Reagan Rothe
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
I consider my writing to be a younger, new style of writing that I created through reading Hitchcock, Puzo, and King, that emphasizes heavily on certain parts and lightly on other events comparitive to David Lynch's films.
[February 2004]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
[email protected]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (8)
A Little Note Saying Hi... (Poetry) A romantic, simple poem for a friend, lover, or whatever... Makes a great Valentine's Treat! [133 words] [Romance]
Crimson And Clover (Poetry) Vivid and harsh acts of aggression intertwined with a woman's past... [215 words] [Horror]
E.L.M. (Poetry) A variation from my normal work; light-hearted story derived from Aesop's Fables. A must read... [616 words] [Humor]
Lies To Succumb To Her Passion (Poetry) A poem I wrote about someone that is sometimes dear to me and sometimes not... I believe all will enjoy the smooth flowing and twists! [151 words] [Romance]
Of Love And Of Thy Compassion... (Poetry) The story of a past relationship I had best desribed in this poetic masterpiece!!! Short and to the point... I think all will enjoy!!! [94 words] [Romance]
Simplicity (Poetry) Simple... sweet... sentimental... [118 words] [Romance]
The Works Of A Mind Distraught... (Poetry) The evilness in the world around us and how one can be so easily persuaded or swayed to the other side... The things he/she feels and sees along that path! [145 words] [Horror]
Veiled Enigmas (Short Stories) Vieled Enigmas is a twisting, turning mystery with surprise lurking around every corner. The reader will remained stunned as every scene brings out something new and the reader will not know the outco... [4,972 words] [Mystery]
Cellar Door
Reagan Rothe

Peace is yet a fragile lover
        A tiresome concoction of malfeasance
        One genuflects, praising serenity
        But the sickness envelops life itself
                No answer shall come…

One eye, one trumpet, one sound
        A cacophony of laughter follows
        One lonely arrow of condemnation nooses
        But the smoldering fire ashes
                No beast can pass here…

She was a muse for his writings
        A hubbub for a new beginning
        One pendulum swings, hate, love, hate
        But the glass shatters into countless shards
                And love is left behind…

The end is a cellar door, cracked ajar
        A couple enters, hands embracing
        One moment requiring uxorial needs they share
        But promise to last despite despair
                And forever they walk hand in hand…

      

 

READER'S REVIEWS (9)
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"This is deep, deep shit man!!! I loved all of it, especially "But the glass shatters... love is left behind", have to read more of your stuff." -- Phil H, Orlando, FL, USA.
"Rothe... excellent! Reminiscent of passed poets. I needed my dictionary at hand. This piece made me want to put on a long gauzy white gown and listen to the rustle as I brush past the flowers in the courtyard. Bravo! Deb" -- D. G. Williford.
"Thanks D.G.! I'm extremely flattered you enjoyed one of my pieces and it was so touching to you personally... " -- Rothe, TX.
"I liked this because of the style and have visual it is but some of the words were out of my means and sort of turned me off. There were some really good stanzas such as the final one with the usage of the cellar door that's ajarred...I don't think you need cracked ajar between it's sort of repeats itself. But this is very powerful visually. All and all a very strong poem dealing with relationship and worthy to be published." -- e. rocco caldwell.
"Masterful work... Haven't read something this fascinating in a long time!!!" -- JJ, The Miss.
""uxorial needs"?? "a hubbub for a new beginning"? this was taken to another level and paints a surreal image during a time of sadness, most inspiring - "forever they walk hand in hand..." left me in tears, rae" -- Rae.
"I typically don't review poetry because it's difficult to be objective about the form and I know in my message I said I wouldn't review any work that wasn't either literary or genre (so please don't think me a liar for having reviewed it anyway), but when I saw your request I could not refuse it. Review: As esoteric poems go "Cellar Door" is in the proper gear. It seems to be making some kind of point, but due to its intrinsically esoteric nature the point is lost on this reader. The only thing I'd suggest is replacing the word "uxorial" with a slightly more common term to help the layman reader follow the piece without lingering to study the first time through reading." -- JA St. George.
"Most brilliant and worth reading more than once!!! (Agrees with the majority)!!!" -- Suzanne, Florida.
"WOW! I swear I'm not saying this because you gave my story a good review, but this is great. I loved it!" -- Brayn King.

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COPYRIGHT NOTICE
© 2004 Reagan Rothe
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
February 2004
NUMBER OF TIMES TITLE VIEWED
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