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Mother Earth (Nae) by Rowan Davies On a dark afternoon in the dead of winter, one tired old lady looks down upon the world and ... [351 words]
Perspective Is How You View It by Cynara Moore - [0 words]
War Of The Writers by Michael Harris This is my first fantasy themed short story. I welcome any and all comments. Thanks in adv... [1,955 words]
Fighter by E Rocco Caldwell In a moment of weakness one can find strength to endure. [561 words]
Weeping Stones by Nand Kishore - [1,173 words]
We Are Climbing David's Ladder, Soldiers Of The Cross by Brotherman A story of the evil that men do when they lose their soul... [3,108 words]
The Tale Of Wee Tee by Brendan Flanery A fantasy story best described as a "caveman legend" involving giant mammals and the way th... [5,029 words]
The Strength Of Six Million by E Rocco Caldwell A young man is confronted with death but calls upon the strength of Six Million. [746 words]
The Saviour Part Two by David B Doc Byron The ''Saviour'' tries to figure himself out. [244 words]
The Saviour Part Three by David B Doc Byron The investigation into mysterious deaths continues. [287 words]
The Saviour Part One by David B Doc Byron A serial killer helps sinners redeem themselves in his own way. [385 words]
The Knell by Eyitemi Egwuenu [2,300 words]
The Gluggs by Robert M Tidmarsh A u s t r i a, in the centre of Europe, a country with lots of history and many unusual village nam... [2,597 words]
The Executive by Peter Wellington Andrew Porter is a wealthy, succesful and impeccably dressed executive who makes the mistake of i... [3,693 words]
The Evil Root by D G Williford Manna Madness runs rampant. [165 words]
The Cold, Bitter Taste Of Gin by Darcy K Metz A man in his mid thirties is watching the sunset one summer evening at his lakesi... [3,123 words]
The Castle by Robert M Tidmarsh ...... In the woods on the top of a hill, a dark castle peeps through the mists of the night and the... [1,078 words]
Sail Away by Kevin Myrick An autobiographical story that ends with a point about the quest for the meaning of life, and what th... [1,295 words]
Night Encounter by R G Spencer A short story. [1,023 words]
Malidor:Ruler Of The Dark Ages Part Two by E Daugherty - [420 words]
Love's Seal by Nick Green A short story. [1,942 words]
Lost Paradise by Robert M Tidmarsh The story that I am going to tell you is a story that could happen to you or to me, a story with... [1,002 words]
Loose Women by Erma Uppercase Ten year old Tim's, version spoken in his own words. [535 words]
Last Words by Jesse Landon A short science-fiction story... [1,178 words]
Joe Pinizotto And The Curse Of Santa Claus by Mo Paul A christmas carol with a touch of alfred hitchcock. [2,673 words]
Dreamlady by Robert M Tidmarsh Dreamlady, a young girl who lived in Hungary during the 18th century, a girl and her dreams, a girl f... [821 words]
Darkland Lost by Bradley Grimes A man is found after bing lost for some time. [1,219 words]
Colloquium...Part One by E Rocco Caldwell Inhabitants on a planet prepares to travel in time in order to save their own world [431 words]
Colloquium Part Two by E Rocco Caldwell Ryder arrives at Moon Base George W. Bush in the 21st century. [349 words]
Clean Things...The Conclusion by E Rocco Caldwell There's one thing with being right...being dead wrong! [734 words]
Clean Things...Part One by E Rocco Caldwell Unchecked desire can lead a man to the dirty things in humanity. [463 words]
Clean Things...Part 3 by E Rocco Caldwell Ryan is surprised when the person he believe did the murder ends up murdered himself. [578 words]
Clean Things..Part 2 by E Rocco Caldwell Brenda is horribly murdered and the police think it's Ryan who did the deed. [570 words]
Broken Melody by Eyitemi Egwuenu A STORY THAT TALKS ABOUT THE OSU CASTE SYSTEM IN THE SOUTH-EASTERN PARTS OF NIGERIA.THE TIME IS T... [4,888 words]
Space, The Final Finale -Repost- by E Rocco Caldwell What happens in space can be inside or outside the mind. [1,008 words]
The World At Four O’Clock by Byron Blake A glimpse into the exciting world of early morning radio news announcing. [903 words]
The Wannabe by Brotherman A story about hip hop fans who want to have everything but the burden. [2,866 words]
The St Francis Dam Disaster by Rowan Davies A story conjured from the greatest American civil engineering failure of the Twenti... [1,993 words]
The Road To Hell - Part Four by David B Doc Byron - [145 words]
The Road To Hell Part Three by David B Doc Byron - [305 words]
The Raod To Hell - Part Two by David B Doc Byron Leo meets up with an old ''friend.'' [192 words]
The Newb. Part 1 by Buxton Since the banning of all nuclear weapons, new ways have been created of winning wars. Sasu was... [674 words]
The Legend Of Mt. Kilauea And Santa Claus by Donna Nowak A story how Sants Claus saved Christmas from the mean spirited Mt. Ki... [453 words]
The Haunted House by Cristina Yacovone A mom,dad, and their son enter a haunted house. The ghosts want them out. My first story ev... [341 words]
The Brethren Part One by David B Doc Byron A lonely farmer finds his destiny in his own back yard. [384 words]
The Brethren Ending by David B Doc Byron - [478 words]
The Blood Taster's Club - Ending by David B Doc Byron - [428 words]
The Blood Taster's Club Part One by David B Doc Byron - [390 words]
Snowball's Tale by Sheryl Hanna This is a story about a white, Turkish Angora/Ragdoll mix cat. If he could talk this story is ... [1,123 words]
Shapeshifter The End by David B Doc Byron Uh uh...no way. Gotta read it!!!! [245 words]
Shapeshifter Part Two by David B Doc Byron - [219 words]
Shapeshifter Part Three by David B Doc Byron - [259 words]
Shapeshifter - Part One by David B Doc Byron - [412 words]
Shapeshifter Part Four by David B Doc Byron Billy decides to make a major ''change.'' [184 words]
Shapeshifter Part Five by David B Doc Byron Billy pays his strange new friends a visit. [207 words]
Semantics
Path To The Top Of The M Ountain by Susan Brassfield Cogan You never know who is walking beside you. [500 words]
Our City's Finest by David B Doc Byron A cop hunts a serial killer? [408 words]
Mr. Nasty - Ending by David B Doc Byron - [437 words]
Mr. Nasty - A Crimehorror Tale Part One by David B Doc Byron A stupid redneck learns why alot of folks carry handguns. [391 words]
Mother - Trucker - Part One by David B Doc Byron A tale of revenge. [236 words]
Mother Trucker - Ending by David B Doc Byron - [237 words]
Mark Of The Beast Part Three by D G Williford The saga continues with a gal stuck in Armageddon. [174 words]
Madness In The Dark by E Rocco Caldwell Insanity creeps up the spine of a shunned lover during a blackout in New York. [660 words]
Loverdoll by David B Doc Byron - [400 words]
Like A Hot Knife Through Butter by Rae - [281 words]
Leah,Who? by Erma Uppercase Passing fancy running through my mind,this could happen. [359 words]
Hunt Party by Xero A morality tale - old man seeks solace with younger woman. [459 words]
How Is That I Tell You? by Byron Blake We all have messages of desperation that we wish to express at one time or another. If... [928 words]
Hedonism....Denied by Just A Guy A true story as best remembered. this is my first attempt at a short story so any feedback ... [1,739 words]
Go Down Dead - The End by David B Doc Byron Sampson finally realizes what it's been about. [463 words]
Go Down Dead Part Two by David B Doc Byron Sampson is forced to confront the living dead. [401 words]
Go Down Dead Part Three by David B Doc Byron Sampson's battle with the undead begins. [403 words]
Go Down Dead Part One by David B Doc Byron A futuristic western. [360 words]
Go Down Dead Part Four by David B Doc Byron Sampson Faith gets his ''faith'' tested. [362 words]
George by Janeth Garza - [1,480 words]
Elegant Provisions by Harvey Kennett Everyone is looking for the "perfect recipe"...here is a personal favourite...bon appetit ! [420 words]
Eating Babies by Harvey Kennett Forgive the title...it just seemed appropriate for this disturbing little tale... [1,074 words]
Blues For Julia Foster by Brotherman A short story dedicated to a girl who went to the wrong damm party. [4,184 words]
Birthday Boy by Harvey Kennett Younger children place a great importance to their Birthdays. An importance that adults should nev... [967 words]
A Guilt Trip Down Memory Lane by Darrell N Middleton -- Oliver They couldn't find out and I wouldn't tell. [600 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Semantics
DESCRIPTION
A police interview.
[305 words]
TITLE KEYWORD
Drama
AUTHOR
E Rocco Caldwell
ABOUT THE AUTHOR



[April 2005]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (124)
58th And L (Poetry) Becoming a man [95 words] [Drama]
A City Pineapple (Poetry) - [117 words]
A Fair Brown Maiden (Poetry) - [155 words] [Erotic]
A Father And Son Chat (Short Stories) Are racists born or are they made? [278 words]
A Good Vision Demands Keen Insight (Essays) This is a part of a larger work entitled the New Union Standard. [1,302 words] [History]
A Grand New Age2 (Novels) The final chapter of a middle reader novel I am about to submit. [1,531 words] [Fantasy]
A Matter Of Faith (Novels) This is a small section of a piece I'm tossing about entittled "Calling all Angels". [408 words] [Fantasy]
A New Iraq- Repost (Poetry) For the brave Iraqis who chose liberty over fear and voted in the first democratic election ever! [45 words]
A Peaceful Sabbath (Short Stories) A reflection on modern times. [915 words] [Psychology]
A Seattle Dawn (Poetry) - [41 words]
A Sense Of Timing (Short Stories) - [564 words]
A Shooting In Iraq---Part Two (Short Stories) The special opts his ranger squad conducted was illegal and may have resulted in the death of a teenaged girl. [400 words] [Crime]
Abilene And Beyond (Short Stories) Further adventures of Bob Coltrane's war against the railroad in the Old West. [932 words] [Western]
Algolagnic (Short Stories) What happens when you replace total pain with total pleasure? One woman is about to find out! [2,768 words] [Fantasy]
Appomattox (Poetry) What is love can be domination too! [23 words] [Drama]
At A Wto Rally (Short Stories) - [853 words] [Fantasy]
At A Wto Rally 4 (Short Stories) Joe confront the internal workings of the consortium. [723 words] [Fantasy]
At A Wto Rally (Part Three) (Short Stories) Joe gets his first lesson as to what is the consortium. [435 words] [Fantasy]
B B C (Poetry) I just love the English accents.... [70 words] [Humor]
Back Page News (Short Stories) The thoughts of a dying US soldier on the road to baghdad. [805 words] [Drama]
Bird In The Hand (Short Stories) Gothic story of two men on a battlefield dealing with racism. [5,695 words] [Mystical]
Blackout-Part One (Short Stories) A detective that suffers from alcoholic blackouts is hired to discover the affair of a client's wife... [1,140 words] [Mystery]
Bloody Mary (Short Stories) Sometimes slumber parties games can get the best of you. [564 words] [Horror]
Business Card (Short Stories) Madness can be in a simple telephone call. [723 words] [Thriller]
Cascading (Poetry) - [57 words]
Clean Things..Part 2 (Short Stories) Brenda is horribly murdered and the police think it's Ryan who did the deed. [570 words] [Crime]
Clean Things...Part 3 (Short Stories) Ryan is surprised when the person he believe did the murder ends up murdered himself. [578 words] [Crime]
Clean Things...Part One (Short Stories) Unchecked desire can lead a man to the dirty things in humanity. [463 words] [Crime]
Clean Things...The Conclusion (Short Stories) There's one thing with being right...being dead wrong! [734 words] [Crime]
Colloquium Part Two (Short Stories) Ryder arrives at Moon Base George W. Bush in the 21st century. [349 words] [Science Fiction]
Colloquium...Part One (Short Stories) Inhabitants on a planet prepares to travel in time in order to save their own world [431 words] [Science Fiction]
Colloquy (Poetry) - [37 words]
Comatose (Poetry) - [92 words]
Cool Moonlight Outside My Hospital Door (Poetry) Ponder life as death lingers [86 words]
Droit Du Seigneur (Poetry) - [98 words]
During A Nursing Home Visit (Poetry) A poem of reflection. [92 words]
Egalitarianism (Short Stories) We must pay for the sins of our enculturation that tells us we own the world one way or another. [750 words] [Fantasy]
Equivocation (Novels) The Sage of Scarbourgh is more powerful than Rye thought. [748 words] [Fantasy]
Equivocation Part 2 (Novels) Rye and the sage confront each other. [822 words] [Fantasy]
Fear Of Water (Short Stories) What's is in out drinking water anyways? [637 words]
Fighter (Short Stories) In a moment of weakness one can find strength to endure. [561 words] [Drama]
Forgive Us Of Our Debts So We Can Be Debt Free (Short Stories) A gunman owes a debt that he's come to town to pay in the old west. [1,241 words] [Western]
Forgive Us Of Our Debts...Finale (Short Stories) This ends the first two chapters of the Novel I hope you enjoy it. [1,472 words] [Western]
Forgive Us Of Our Debts...Part 3 (Short Stories) A company of US soldiers block Coltrane's way into Topeka but going around isn't an option. What's a man to do....? [1,274 words] [Western]
Forgive Us Our Debts Part 5 (Novels) Confrontation between two of Coltrane's gang and Lincoln Washington. [1,022 words] [Western]
Forgive Us Our Debts...Part2 (Short Stories) - [1,525 words] [Western]
Form A Vision To Success (Essays) This is a speech I am going to give to Junior High Schoolers today 1/16/04 for Martin Luther King Jr day. [759 words] [Self-Help]
Freedom Riders Of 1966 (Poetry) After a rally in a southern town in 1966 four SNCC kids are heading back to Vermont. [83 words]
Gambling (Poetry) - [100 words]
Gay Marriage Is Constitutional (Essays) - [807 words]
Georgia Peaches (Novels) This is a portion of a novel I'm working on. [963 words]
Global Part Four (Short Stories) Some clones are like bad pennies...they keep turning up even when you don't want them to! [610 words] [Science Fiction]
Global Part One (Short Stories) It's in the near future and human organs are in great demand...to make money you have to get them anyway you can. [655 words] [Science Fiction]
Global Part Three (Short Stories) Clones can bleed and have emotions and what's worst they can have babies..... [792 words] [Science Fiction]
Global Part Two (Short Stories) One way around the problem of made organs and real organs is a line straight line! [585 words] [Science Fiction]
Hanging With Jack Day (Poetry) Jack Day was a friend of mine who shot himself one afternoon....at times I think of him. [182 words]
Heaven And Earth (Poetry) A poem about life and death. [75 words]
Hell (Poetry) - [181 words] [Spiritual]
If There Are Two (Poetry) - [59 words]
Instincts (Short Stories) A young reformed gang member is trying to just survive the night and make it home. [3,398 words]
Laborer (Poetry) - [86 words]
Lady America (Poetry) - [146 words]
Lead In Walls (Poetry) - [72 words]
Love Ended A Long Time Past (Poetry) Another poem in my series of the usage of sunlight [97 words]
Madness In The Dark (Short Stories) Insanity creeps up the spine of a shunned lover during a blackout in New York. [660 words] [Psychology]
My Cat (Poetry) What exactly is a habit any ways? [135 words]
Mystery (Novels) A Private eye and Catholic Priest attempt to find out what is really behind New Orleans. [888 words] [Mystery]
Mystery Part2 (Novels) The seeds of voodoo grow in New Orleans. [605 words] [Crime]
New Iraq (Poetry) Repost of a poem I did yesterday. [45 words]
Not In My Name Part 1 (Short Stories) A spirit from the terrorist attack on the World Trade Towers must let go of the living in order to cross over with the dead. But he is held to the living by the revenge of love ones. [2,458 words]
Not In My Name The Conclusion (Short Stories) He confronts the fireman in death that couldn't save him in life. The fireman hopes he can convince him to let go of the living and embrace heaven and finally peace! [1,402 words] [Fantasy]
One More Highway Song (Short Stories) Racial hatred can burn both ways and be all consuming no matter what color your skin is! One eight year boy learns one night during the Newark Riots in 69 [3,735 words] [Drama]
Pieces Of The Pie (Novels) This is the first three pages of a novel I am just about finished with...it is 189 pages in length and is targeting high school readers. [650 words] [Science Fiction]
Place's End (Poetry) This is an old one I posted a while ago but thought I would re-write it and re-submit it. [137 words]
Poltergeist Inc. Part One (Short Stories) One corporation has figured out how to defeat it's competitors...cut all energy cost and convert to seemingly endless energy....there's a catch...ghosts [683 words] [Science Fiction]
Poltergeist Inc. Part Two (Short Stories) Hilliard Aerospace has a secret.... [390 words] [Science Fiction]
Ripple Effect (Short Stories) A scientist has discovered time travel or maybe his own descent into insanity. [838 words] [Science Fiction]
Scarborough Fair (Novels) This is a portion of one of the chapters of the novel Scarborough Fair. It is a place the people there aren't completely sure what it is. The chapter is entilted Brenda. I will submit it in portion to... [657 words]
Scarborough Fair Part 2 (Novels) Further portion of the chapter Brenda. [701 words]
Scarborough Fair Part 3 (Novels) Further portion of the chapter entitled Brenda. [888 words]
Shooting In Iraq (Short Stories) - [466 words] [Crime]
Should I Look Within (Poetry) For my mother. [125 words] [Spiritual]
Silicone (Short Stories) (The centralized theme of the story is to ask the question in a marriage how much of it is companionship and how much of it is sexual? Is there a balance? On the psychological level, what is the balan... [3,012 words] [Psychology]
Sirens (Short Stories) - [682 words]
Space, The Final Finale -Repost- (Short Stories) What happens in space can be inside or outside the mind. [1,008 words] [Science Fiction]
Stains (Poetry) - [120 words]
Standing On A Monterey Pier (Poetry) - [59 words]
Stephanie (Poetry) - [63 words]
Tacoma (Poetry) A poem about the city I love and believe has potential. [111 words]
Tangled Berry Bushes (Short Stories) In the style of Edgar Allen Poe. [1,892 words] [Crime]
Tempered Tools (Poetry) Healing is always a miracle [30 words] [Spiritual]
Tenements (Poetry) - [58 words]
The Adventures Of Roco Clay (Novels) A man hunts the takers of his wife in the Sudan. [1,128 words]
The Axe Man (Poetry) A professional on his way to work. [113 words]
The Cascade Hills (Poetry) In Washington State, there is nothing more lovely than the Cascades in the dawn. Another installment of my sunlight collection. [67 words]
The Christian Thing To Do (Novels) Lincoln Washington sits in ambush for two outlaws from Coltrane' s gang. [1,021 words] [Western]
The Clearing (Short Stories) A simple ghost story that happens to be true. [783 words] [Horror]
The Conductor (Short Stories) What exactly is death? Is it the release of our spirits or just the recycle of energy? One person will soon discover the truth. [920 words]
The Dawning Of A Seattle Morning (To Doc Bryon) (Poetry) I wrote this poem a bit ago but never liked it. With the passing of my friend Doc it seemed to all come together. [78 words]
The Game (Short Stories) A contractor contracted to knock down the last vestment of baseball learns the power of the game. [1,838 words]
The Hunter And It's Prey (Short Stories) - [446 words]
The Manipulatory Factor (Novels) The only man that can save Known Earth struggles to save his sanity. This is a section of the chapter titled The Manipulatory Factor in book one of the DayStar Trilogy. I started writing this my first... [1,160 words]
The Penalty Is Death (Short Stories) A Private Investigator is hired by a client to find out if his wife is having an affair. What he finds will change his life for good. [4,184 words] [Crime]
The Phantom Group (Novels) Portion of one of the chapters. [2,308 words]
The Quintessence Of Death (Poetry) - [96 words]
The Reckoning Zone (Short Stories) A place we all must give a reckoning for the deeds you have done. [491 words]
The Stairs Of Woman Hill (Phnom Srei) (Short Stories) It's time we brought home all our missing Americans from the Vietnam War. This story is for all who fought in that damn war! [1,208 words]
The Stigma Of A Race (Poetry) - [79 words]
The Strength Of Six Million (Short Stories) A young man is confronted with death but calls upon the strength of Six Million. [746 words] [Fantasy]
The Trees On Mckinley Avenue (Poetry) - [153 words]
The Union Chronicles (Novels) This is a portion of a chapter of a novel I wrote some time ago. I was re-reading it and thought it might be a nice read. [790 words] [Fantasy]
The Voyage Of The Kyle Mayes (Poetry) This is a poem in 5 beat meter as a part of the poetry contest mentioned in the Advisor. [78 words]
Title Less (Poetry) - [95 words]
Union Chronicles (Novels) Just a little more of the story. I enjoy this section the most. [645 words] [Fantasy]
Wal-Mart Wants To Rule The World (Essays) Someone left a message that this article was racist and I would like the site's opinion. [917 words]
Wanning Colors (Poetry) - [102 words]
Wanning Vivid Colors (Poetry) - [140 words]
What Else Can Sunrise Do (Poetry) Driving to work I see the sunrise nearly everyday...it's a wonderful death and life expereince. [60 words]
Where The Struggle Has Gone (Poetry) - [86 words]
Who Are We (Poetry) I wrote this after my mother past away Are we spirits or just a portion of the universal constant...energy? [124 words] [Spiritual]
Who Are We -Revise (Poetry) For my mother. [124 words]
Wto Rally The Final (Short Stories) Joe has a rude awakening. [548 words] [Fantasy]
Ze Zen Ta Continue (Novels) - [545 words] [Science Fiction]
Ze Zen Ta (The Way Of The Thinking Fist) (Short Stories) First part of a potential novel. [692 words] [Science Fiction]
Semantics
E Rocco Caldwell


"Suppose you pull up a chair."
"This chair?"
"That chair, just pull it up and sit down. This may take some time."
The hum of the electric lights filters around the room like stale air. It's like breathing someone else's spit.
"I really can't understand why I was asked to come down here," the slim man says as he pulls up the chair and sits.
"Just to answer some questions--You can answer questions can't you?"
"I guess."
The room's gray walls loom, a green table sits in the center. Garbage can in the corner below the light switch.
"You like children?"
"What do you mean?" the slim man asks. He's concern with the air in the small room. He's concern with the expression in the face of the man asking him questions.
"Like them--like children that's what I mean. It's a simple question."
"Yes." The slim man holds a hand to his face like a dust mask. "I love all children."
"Ever touch any of these children?"
Indignation!
"Only in a loving way."
"And that's the point isn't it?"
Confusion crawls up the spine of the slim man. "I came here to set things straight. I gave myself up."
"Just answer the question, Michael."
"Yes, I've touched children. I hold their hands, I hug them. I love children."
"We already established that, freak!" A bang to the mirror calms the man asking questions. He takes a few seconds to gather himself.
"Excuse me?"
"I think we've heard enough." The man asking questions faces the mirror. "Take him down to receiving and put him through the works; photographs of his body…everything."
Fear and trepidation ices the slim man's soul. The media would pay anything to get one of those photographs. "But you don't understand I love children."
"I know that's the point isn't it?"

 

READER'S REVIEWS (16)
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"A fine scene, I'd love to see you do more with it" -- Brotherman.
"Big truckers rock the road, you don't." -- C.
"Nice piece, and I think that C is a real asshole, though I'm sure you'd agree, if you even bother to keep his posts, or even waste your time looking at them." -- Kelly Battinger.
"Thank all of you including "C" being he took time to post you remarks. Sometimes we just want people to know we are alive!" -- e rocco caldwell.
"Don't worry Kelly one day you'll reach ho status." -- C.
"This is excellent and i would love to see you expand on it. Nice job!" -- KM.
"Interesting piece Rocco... I too would like to see you follow this with more. Great job! " -- D. G. Williford.
"needs a little background music - maybe 'beat it'. " -- JAG.
"I've perused much that you have written, mostly out of curiosity to develop a mental picture of you. You are most likely a young, black man (probably homosexual) who has a deep seated hatred for whites and the white establishment in general. You have some literary talent but your vision of your own ability and intellect is greatly exaggerated. You are a free man, yet nearly everthing you write about has the aura of lashing out at an enemy who would seek to enslave you. I suspect you are filled with paranoia, the primary source of which is your own guilt." -- Richard.
"And what university did you get your degree in psychology? First off, I am African-American but you missed on everything after this. I happened to be Married with two lovely daughters and a wonderful wife. I am a Assistant Pastor at a Christian Church and have worked inner city ministries since I was 18 I am 43 now. I have been a youth pastor for a number of years prior to being a Assisant pastor. I don't hate homosexuals but believe they are tormented because of other's inabilities to look beyond their own insecurities. I don't hate anyone but write about people I know...a lot are angry at the system that tehy see is white. There is freedom and yes I know I'm free but only to a point as are you. The presumption you make is that you are free yourself...but in reality we are tied down by the laws and cultures we participate in. I write about these cultures and mindsets! I appreciate your commit on my ability to write even though it was sort of a slam but I write what I feel. There's racism in the world, in this country on the strrets and in the workplace...that's reality! To ignore it is foolish. But at the same time there are people like I individuals I was blessed to meet to show me a different side to this world. I know there are more people who don't see race in the world that do! I have no guilt...Jesus my Lord freed me of all guilt. " -- e. rocco caldwell.
"You say our freedom is limited to the laws and cultures we participate in. What else is there? To wander aimlessly through life without having beliefs in a fundamental culture and laws, which are based upon a belief in God, is to grant license to any type of behavior. Incidentally, this is where we are headed, with the emphasis on secularism, not only in this country but throughout Europe. Our eutopian vision of a global economy is running parallel with global secularism. No God, no morality, no right or wrong and a reliance on a socialistic ideology to take from the successful and reward those who have no desire to be successful. " -- Richard.
"Look, Richard, I can careless about the philosophical mojo you are talking about...you attacked me as an individual saying things that weren't true based on your bogus analysis of me! As a writer I write about things I think will entertain and perhaps educate (not always) a reader. I write about things I believe in and things I don't. To base an analysis of a person on his or her creative writing is ...not very smart! I wanted you to know how wrong you were about me...Everything esle is inconsequential! The fact is you don't know what i think or anything else! It's best to keep it that way!" -- e. rocco caldwell.
"Writing to entertain? I don't see much of that in your work. Educating others requires objectivity. Likewise, I don't see much of that from you. I apologize to you for assuming you were gay. Your writing reflects more than merely acceptance of the homosexual lifestyle, which caused me to reach that conclusion. You ought to read David Horowitz's "Left Illusions." It might change your perspective about white America." -- Richard.
"First, I'm not white and you're not black! We are npt going to enjoy the same things. Objectivity is not seeing things the way you see them but my providing other views Views you might not like or accept or even believe in) because diversity is the cornerstone of objectivity. I would suggest you read the collective works of Noam Chomsky but you will already make an assumption concerning him because he wouldn't agree with your views. You made conclusions about me based on what I wrote but maybe the fact you're hung up on gays is because you have deep-rooted homosexual tendencies and why you think my stuff is racial is because deep down you are a white racist? See, I can make whatever assumption I wish concerning you and what you write. I don't accept the homosexual lifestyle...if you read the piece I did on gay marriage you would see that I never condoned gay marriage I just simply stated it was constitutional. See I can look beyond my own religious understanding to make a objective statement on an issue. Something you can't seem to do. In your world if poeple don't believe the way you believe they are wrong pure and simple...I stop believing I was God a long time ago. I can co-exist in harmony with those who don't believe the way I do. It doesn't lessen me as a person one bit. I learned this by writing. Yes, I write to entertain. Some people like what I write and are entertained by it...some like yourself don't! I'm sorry about that. We are educated everytime we read something regardless if you accept it or not! This is the process of be educated! " -- e. rocco caldwell.
"I don't want to beat this topic to death but I will say that I've been aware for years, of the Freudian bullshit about latent homosexuality. This theory is embraced primarily by homosexuals themselves, perhaps because it comforts them to believe that most men are not too far removed from them. Thus, education is only meaningful if it is based upon fact or truth and substance as opposed to unproven theory. Granted, you see the world from a black man's perspective, and it may be quite different from mine, but that does not mean it is reality nor does it mean that others should accept your view merely because it is diverse. Diversity in itself, is not a virtue. " -- Richard.
"Okay! I teach Christian Apologetics at my church along with recognizing Christian cults and I have learned when a person isn't debating in order to be enlightened so the best thing to do is to end the conversation. You are not willing to listen to a thing I have said but only wish to criticize my because if you would agree to any point I have made it may lessen you in some way! I'm sorry you assume I hate white people and that I am some how pushing a homosexual agenda and that my writing talent is distorted by over exaggerated vision and intellect. Your opinions and you can have them! I hope they keep you warm in the chill of ignorance and egotism! God bless you and have a safe and long life! Rocky out!". " -- e. rocco caldwell.

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