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I don't know how much of these you are able to read, but, i have to say you are a truly beautiful woman... soul and body, now i know where your children got their good looks and talent! *smile* you have an easy peace about you, and it makes me feel calm and centered just experiencing what you have chosen to share with the world. stay beautiful, and may your pen never falter....
Blessed Be!
apryl <kalichic77@yahoo.com>
Shelby, NC USA - Tuesday, August 05, 2003 at 06:18:39 (CDT)

Dear Mrs. Bridges-How absolutely exquisite are your poems. They made me cry on this quiet Sunday morning. They are so personal, so lyric, so beautiful, that I can't thank you enough for having the courage to share them w/the world. You write beautifully, I loved every one of them. Are you published? Is this in a book I could buy? If not, it should be! You have a wonderful gift, I do hope you keep writing & letting us share a tiny bit of whats in your soul.
I send you love & peace-
Julie :)
Julie <dramagal86@yahoo.com>
Essex Jct, VT USA - Sunday, August 03, 2003 at 07:17:12 (CDT)



I came to your Website through a link and loved your poems. I too have a site and if you like please feel free to have a browse: http://www.angelfire.com/co3/rosie/ROSIESPOEMLINKS It's really nice to be able somehow to share our hearts with people isnt it ... Rosie
Rosemary <rosiecancilla@sympatico.ca>
Brampton, ON Canada - Saturday, August 02, 2003 at 10:10:49 (CDT)

I came to your Website through a link and loved your poems. I too have a site and if you like please feel free to have a browse . It's really nice to be able somehow to share our hearts with people isnt it ... Rosie
Rosemary <rosiecancilla@sympatico.ca>
Brampton, ON Canada - Saturday, August 02, 2003 at 10:09:17 (CDT)

Your site is very good. I definitely will return again.Lastminute
lastminute
USA - Wednesday, July 30, 2003 at 06:02:35 (CDT)

Spring is my favorite, but October Promise rent my heart. It is no wonder you have such passionate children. May God bless you and those you love.
Benjamin Henry <bc111788@hotmail.com>
KS USA - Monday, July 28, 2003 at 02:01:53 (CDT)


Hi Mrs. Bidges! How are you?
I´m here only to excuse me for that wrong word "huge``that I wote in my last message for you.I know it was hug, but I WROTE VERY QUICKLY.
God bless you !
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, df BRAZIL - Tuesday, July 22, 2003 at 13:21:00 (CDT)


Hi Mrs.Bridges!
I am longig of your site, but I haven´t much time to write for you.
Great huge!
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, df USA - Monday, July 07, 2003 at 19:41:35 (CDT)


hi,dorothy.8.09,morning.using not PC , but dreamcast
game joystik to let werbs go.help your poetry by
visiting my art.poetry, may be.
andrey <hrenoff@hotmail.com>
st.petersburg, russia - Saturday, July 05, 2003 at 23:17:19 (CDT)


How are You Mrs. Bridges? Today I´d like to show for You a bit of my poem about Brazilian social problems:poem name:Brazil, Peace and Love I dream with a new Brazil Full of perfect things Of jobs for everyboy, Of fre education and health. Of streets without beggar, Of schools full Of health and happy childrem. Brazil without hideous crimes, Brazil without corruption, With honest politicians. Brazil where reign justice and harmony, Where does not fault money. I want a Brazil which offers Confidence and respect for people, A Brazil without conflicts, Without prejudices, without incorrect protections, Where everybody have space. Brazil where the poor and the reach people Be punished and corrected When to infringe the laws. This is my great dream And from all Brazilian. Let us everybody to dream big For a better future, For this so vast country Which has everything to gets right, Over there peace and love, See near the success!
marlene arlete de andrade reis <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, df BRAZIL - Thursday, June 05, 2003 at 15:23:02 (CDT)


Hi Mrs. Bridges!How are You? I think that by a hapless or a hap, my love for that man to whom I wrote so many poems, it is transforming on a great friendship. Warm regards!Take care.
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, DF BRAZIL - Friday, May 23, 2003 at 07:47:22 (CDT)


great sight!!
Vieve Betts
USA - Wednesday, May 14, 2003 at 17:44:04 (CDT)


Hi Mrs. Bridges! Happy Mothers Day !God bless You and all your family!
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, BRAZIL - Saturday, May 10, 2003 at 11:41:28 (CDT)


Hey Mrs. Bridges! Please, read this bit of my last poem I Am Blowing Up Of Love I do not know nothing about To push You out of my mind. Today I am not that strong woman. Today I am feeling me very much breaked down. The man I love does not love me. I am very much sorry. Please God, help me!
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, DF BRAZIL - Friday, April 25, 2003 at 17:16:41 (CDT)


Love´s Pain Ooops!That love´s pain...I want your head on my breast Your mouth giving kissesYour life in my arms. I need of your caress, Of yours and mine, On that twilight of the life. I feel our lives changed My painful love, My soul tied,. To your amorous heart.
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, USA - Tuesday, April 15, 2003 at 07:16:07 (CDT)


this site is really inspiring. if you like poetry go my my homepage and please sign my guestbook. www.preciousrose.freehomepage.com
alison <princess_muffin2002@yahoo.co.uk>
barnsley, uk - Thursday, April 10, 2003 at 11:05:36 (CDT)


Hello Mrs. Bridges! How are You? Please, read this bit of the poem that I wrote to Brasilia, Brazil´s capital.Name of the p0oem;CONGRATULATIONS BRASÍLIA, WOMAN-CITY On an April, 21 began its history, On this festive place where You show the Alvorada, the Jaburu and others so many palaces. Fair and vain city, Full of necessities, which completes 43 And use artifices of woman who yet desire to be loved! You are the lady of Brazil, beloved and magnificent city, Of mercenaries, of thathe ones that had nothing to lost. Birth of idealist youngs Filled with fighters,dues and winners! P.S.:God bless You!Forgive me the errors.
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, df BRAZIL - Monday, April 07, 2003 at 07:39:59 (CDT)


How are You Mrs. Bridges? Please, read this bit of my new poem Over this Moment. Over this moment that we are running trhough those fights, war and incomprehensible leaders Exists my love for You, My desire of have You near me, My feeling of sadness of haven´t You here Oh God, take care of my beloved man, That man which I dream since more than two years. Take care of us, of our love, of our families!
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, df BRAZIL - Sunday, March 23, 2003 at 08:17:23 (CST)


How are you Mrs. DOROTHY Please, read these verses of my poem HONEY; Come to lay near me To receive my caress Wich goes out from the soul. Come to prove of this honey That I keep since so many times To offer for you. P.S.:forgive me my errors.
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, df BRAZIL - Friday, March 14, 2003 at 16:32:03 (CST)


HELLO Mrs. Bridges! Congratulations on your new poem about VALENTINE.I´m also a poet and I understand your feelings. I saw your photos on that Santa Barbara Film Festival (Tribute to Jeff).You are not old. When You got merry you were very young? God bless you and all your family principally that man who are yet in my heart and in my mind. P.S.:forgive me my bad English.I´d like to know you. Perhaps one day you come to my country...
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, DF BRAZIL - Monday, March 03, 2003 at 16:53:44 (CST)


Dear Mrs. Bridges, I just watched your husband in one of his many fine portrayals, and find myself sobbing. How can I so miss someone whom I have never met? My heart goes out to you and your family. It was a nice surprise to come across your site and your lovely poetry. All the very best, Carolyn Rogoff
Carolyn Rogoff <carolyn.r@worldnet.att.net>
Tarzana, CA USA - Thursday, February 27, 2003 at 13:08:46 (CST)


Hi, nice page!
Handylogos Klingeltöne
USA - Thursday, February 27, 2003 at 09:22:31 (CST)


Hello (may I call you Dorothy? It seems so much more friendly). I love your site and am touched by your poetry. You have a great talent for putting your feelings into words in a way that resonates in other people's hearts. I remember watching your dear husband in Sea Hunt when I was a little girl. Over the years, he seemed ageless, except for the colour of his hair. In whatever role he played, I sensed that he was enjoying himself and that he loved being an actor. Many years ago, I had an NDE and I am quite certain that we never truly lose anyone we love. They may be out of the reach of our arms a little while, but never far away. We hold them in our heart until one day, we too, pass through that thin veil that hangs between this Earthly life and the Light. God bless you and your lovely family. Paula
Paula <blake@sakara.freeserve.co.uk>
United Kingdom - Wednesday, February 26, 2003 at 10:42:11 (CST)


Hi Mrs. Bridges! Read please a bit of: Years and Years I`d like to know why Love springs so In the soul, in the heart And not let us more. It stay eternally In the mind and in our life. A love without hope But so profound!
marlene arlete de andrade reis <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, d BRAZIL - Tuesday, February 25, 2003 at 05:15:15 (CST)


This is my 'depressed stance'. When you're depressed, it makes a lot of difference how you stand. The worst thing you can do is straighten up and hold your head high because then you'll start to feel better. If you're going to get any joy out of being depressed, you've got to stand like this. -Charlie Brown
Peanutsss Quotes <peanutsss@lycos.es>
USA - Thursday, February 20, 2003 at 17:06:50 (CST)


I'm learning real skills that I can apply throughout the rest of my life ... Procrastinating and rationalizing. -Calvin
Calvin_ Hobbes_ <calvinnnnnnhobbes@lycos.co.uk>
UK - Wednesday, February 19, 2003 at 08:05:42 (CST)


Hey.... I just want to let you know that you have a wonderful website. I LOVE POEMS! That's why I was so happy when I found this site.
Susiana <susiana_bnr@yahoo.com>
EuG, OR USA - Thursday, February 13, 2003 at 01:05:24 (CST)


Hello Mrs. Bridges! Do you go to that poets convention (February,28 - Mars 05)in Orlando (Florida)? Npw listen some verses of my new poem ´´Tenderness`` I feel profound longing Of your dear presence. I want to be lacing you With my caress arms, With my amorous look, Giving kisses and hugs To that man I love so much!
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, DF BRAZIL - Wednesday, February 12, 2003 at 09:25:24 (CST)


You are truly gifted!! Please think about sharing your gift to thousands of viewers by submitting your url to http://www.1heluva.com/cgi-bin/join.cgi?refer=14292
Marcia DeMuro <earnard@zwallet.com>
Walden, NY USA - Saturday, February 08, 2003 at 10:47:07 (CST)


Hi Mrs. Bridges! Please, read this bit of my poem Mind and Heart: I want to be with you and to adorn the space That you will occupy when you come to see me. I want to adorn it with flowers, stars, birds And with everything nature has. I want you to want me, to love me, To embrace meand to hold me near your heart.
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, BRAZIL - Friday, January 31, 2003 at 06:28:58 (CST)




How are you Mrs. Bridges? Here is my poem Love On the Air: Love is on the air today. Love that I feel for that man, love that God sets up in my heart, in my mind and inmy soul. Why God it happened with me? Why I love that commited man? Why sometimes I feel happy with that love and sometimes I feel so sorrow?
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, DF BRAZIL - Saturday, January 18, 2003 at 10:13:06 (CST)


Very good poems can be found on this site.
Poems
USA - Friday, January 10, 2003 at 12:42:43 (CST)


Hello Mrs. Bridges! Please, read my new poem ``I Feel Fault´´(I dedicate it to that man you know) Iwant to love you And to pardon me, To love you so much. I want to dream, I want to sin. If to love is this, Pardon me my God! I feel fault of you, Of your body, of your look, I feel fault of that love Which could be mine. If you want me now, Run to my arms, run to my love. Suffocate this pain To live without have you! P.S.:Forgive me the errors.Best whishes. Take care!
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, DF BRAZIL - Sunday, January 05, 2003 at 06:22:16 (CST)


Dear Mrs. Bridges I signed the old guest book by mistake(opps.) I'm over from Jeff's site (the message board is rather strange these days.)I wanted to say hello because I just loved your poetry. It is beautiful and I think it is touching that you have chosen to share it with us. Thank you. You are so lucky to have had such a loving relationship with another person in your life. You seem like a very caring, warm and special person. I am very lucky too, and through reading your poems I am reminded not to take those I love for granted. I hope you and yours have a wonderful holiday. Take care, and all the best. love Michele
Michele Holm <fivecritters@hotmail.com>
Toronto, Ontario Canada - Monday, December 23, 2002 at 20:58:31 (CST)


Please Mrs. Bridges I am here only to correct my last message:at the poem ´s end "The man who is my love´s object",not my life´s object, okay?
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, DF BRAZIL - Monday, December 23, 2002 at 05:07:33 (CST)


Dear Mrs. Bridges,Merry Christmas, full of health,peace and love and Happy New Year for you and your family! Now listen this bit of my new poemA Bird In The Kitchen: I never liked so much of birds Like on last times. I am passionate by the life,by the bird And by the man who is my lifes´object!
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, DF BRAZIL - Sunday, December 22, 2002 at 06:37:52 (CST)


Hello Mrs. Bridges! Another day before I had written for you in my poem Rolling on the bed that I had awaken at 3:30 P.M.3:30 . but it was 3:30 A.M.,okay? Now read one of my poems that I like so much: I love with strentgh and profoundness that man who lives distant of my look, inside of my heart,embracing my soul, my body, my feelings, robbing my possibility to find other lover.
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, DF Brazil - Wednesday, December 11, 2002 at 06:14:03 (CST)


Hi Mrs. Bridges!How are you? Read please this beat of my new poem: All my sorrows, all my feelings, all my warmth, belongs to you. All of my emotions, everything I can give and even I cannot, is for you. Every single minute, second, sleep moment or even awake ones, Ithink of you On this road which I go trough, in this life where I walk with all of my senses are united with you. Even not having you, not wanting you, not beeing able, Even so I love you!
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, DF USA - Wednesday, November 27, 2002 at 16:32:02 (CST)


Here is a poem I wrote after Christmas last year, it was supposed to have been read for me at the International Library Of Poetry Covention held this past weekend in Hollywood, California; SHREADDER What's wrong with this world? I don't understand? Why are people are like they are in this land, hurting each other as much as they can. What's wrong with each person, woman, and man? Reslease me, set me free from my pain. The hurting, and crying of each little thing. I'm torn between two children whom I love so. I want to be with both, should I stay, or go. I wish I could tell you how I loved you so, see you, and hold you, and never let go. My little girl with the sweetest smile, and a heart as gentle as an angel, my child. You were always there when I was sad, you made me laugh when I was hurting, and mad. Your brother I love him so much too. Torn between two children what's a mother to do? My little girl is dead, I weep for her so, my lttle boy's alive, and I love him, and I don't want to go. I want to be with her, but I want to stay with him. My mind is all muddled to decide what then? Torn between two children, one living, one dead. A mother is weeping in her heart, and her head. The pain in her heart is so hard to bear, but then she looks over, and her son's setting there. Her daughter was five when taken away, to live with the angle in Heaven all day. Her little boy who needs her so much, she loves that she can hold him, the feel of his touch. She remebers the little girl, the smile that she had. Oh how this mother in her heart does feel sad. I'm torn between two children whom I love so, I want to be with both of them, should I stay, or should I go?
Velmar Pewee Hale Johnson <pewee@siranthonyhopkins.com>
Maury City, TN USA - Monday, November 18, 2002 at 02:57:01 (CST)


Here is a poem I wrote after Christmas last year, it was supposed to have been read for me at the International Library Of Poetry Covention held this past weekend in Hollywood, California; SHREADDER What's wrong with this world? I don't understand? Why are people are like they are in this land, hurting each other as much as they can. What's wrong with each person, woman, and man? Reslease me, set me free from my pain. The hurting, and crying of each little thing. I'm torn between two children whom I love so. I want to be with both, should I stay, or go. I wish I could tell you how I loved you so, see you, and hold you, and never let go. My little girl with the sweetest smile, and a heart as gentle as an angel, my child. You were always there when I was sad, you made me laugh when I was hurting, and mad. Your brother I love him so much too. Torn between two children what's a mother to do? My little girl is dead, I weep for her so, my lttle boy's alive, and I love him, and I don't want to go. I want to be with her, but I want to stay with him. My mind is all muddled to decide what then? Torn between two children, one living, one dead. A mother is weeping in her heart, and her head. The pain in her heart is so hard to bear, but then she looks over, and her son's setting there. Her daughter was five when taken away, to live with the angle in Heaven all day. Her little boy who needs her so much, she loves that she can hold him, the feel of his touch. She remebers the little girl, the smile that she had. Oh how this mother in her heart does feel sad. I'm torn between two children whom I love so, I want to be with both of them, should I stay, or should I go?
Velmar Pewee Hale Johnson
Maury City, TN USA - Monday, November 18, 2002 at 02:55:38 (CST)


Here is a poem I wrote after Christmas last year, it was supposed to have been read for me at the International Library Of Poetry Covention held this past weekend in Hollywood, California; SHREADDER What's wrong with this world? I don't understand? Why are people are like they are in this land, hurting each other as much as they can. What's wrong with each person, woman, and man? Reslease me, set me free from my pain. The hurting, and crying of each little thing. I'm torn between two children whom I love so. I want to be with both, should I stay, or go. I wish I could tell you how I loved you so, see you, and hold you, and never let go. My little girl with the sweetest smile, and a heart as gentle as an angel, my child. You were always there when I was sad, you made me laugh when I was hurting, and mad. Your brother I love him so much too. Torn between two children what's a mother to do? My little girl is dead, I weep for her so, my lttle boy's alive, and I love him, and I don't want to go. I want to be with her, but I want to stay with him. My mind is all muddled to decide what then? Torn between two children, one living, one dead. A mother is weeping in her heart, and her head. The pain in her heart is so hard to bear, but then she looks over, and her son's setting there. Her daughter was five when taken away, to live with the angle in Heaven all day. Her little boy who needs her so much, she loves that she can hold him, the feel of his touch. She remebers the little girl, the smile that she had. Oh how this mother in her heart does feel sad. I'm torn between two children whom I love so, I want to be with both of them, should I stay, or should I go?
Velmar Pewee Hale Johnson
Maury City, TN USA - Monday, November 18, 2002 at 02:53:23 (CST)


I was so pleased to see your sight. Your poetry Mrs. Bridges is very beautiful. I never knew that you were a poet till I read your son Jeff's guestbook, and read where someone had mention it. Not long ago I wrote a poem about your son Jeff. You can find it by going to www.poetry.com and type in the last name box, Johnson, firstname box, Velmar, then click, you'll see several titles, Jeff's is intitled, JEFF BRIDGES - ACTOR EXTRAORDINAR, I hope you like it. I always try to capture the inner person when I write a poem about someone, but a lot of my poems are about fictous charecters. I tend to write most of my stuff from a male prespective, why, I am not sure. you can also go to www.poets.com click on the J scroll down to Johnson,Velmar and click to view my short biography. Keep up the writing, it is great. Sincerely Velmar Pewee Hale Johnson
Velmar Pewee Hale Johnson <pewee@siranthonyhopkins.com>
Maury City, TN USA - Monday, November 18, 2002 at 02:17:45 (CST)


This was my first time to your webpage and I had to let you know how much I enjoyed your poems! (I also loved the design of the page) I was particularly touched by WARNING...expressed in so few words and yet so true. I will revisit your site from time to time. Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us.
Connie Owens <conniej1097@jun.com>
Mt. Morris, MI USA - Sunday, November 17, 2002 at 22:55:01 (CST)


Hi Mrs. Bridges! Do you go to Fall Poets Convention there in Hollywood, which begins tomorrow? Now read this bit of my new poem: May the wind blows,the rain falls, The sun warm, the snow add up, Only this love doesn´t finish. It climbs mountains, Steps down till the profoundity, Touchs the sky and doesn´t end. Itis so my love for that man!
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, DF Brazil - Thursday, November 14, 2002 at 05:11:40 (CST)


a bit of my poem "Rolling on the bed", not RULLING LIKE i HAD WRITE, OKAY? Now read please this bit of my other neww poem : I had not love in the right age. But are there age to love? Today I am happyer than before since I received a gift. A new feeling had appear in my heart And you is the main figure of this good feeling.
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, Brazil - Sunday, November 03, 2002 at 11:10:07 (CST)


Hi Mrs. Bridges! Please, read this bit of my last poem: Today I am very very needy. I awake now, 3:00p.m. and I felt this needy to write, I felt this needy to have you. I am full of that needy to receive. You are full of that needy to give. I am opening my arms for you to enter. I love You! P.S.:forgive me my English wich is not very good.You know for whom I dedicate that poem above ,which´s name is Rulling on the Bed.God bless You!
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, Brazil - Tuesday, October 22, 2002 at 06:43:53 (CDT)

Mrs Bridges - your poetry has resonated within my heart and I have wept at the beauty of your words. You are blessed for having shared your life's song with your husband. The echo of that song, though one voice is stilled, is still heard through your poetry and is a joy to behold!
Alice Levonian <alicelevonian@yahoo.com.au>
Sydney, NSW Australia - Sunday, October 20, 2002 at 01:55:12 (CDT)


How are you Mrs. Bridges? On October, 15, here in Brazil we commemorateTeacher´s Day.Then I wrote a poem to my daughter read in the school where she studies English and Portuguese(superior course of language and literature).Please listen a bit of it: God who permits the word be my greatest arm, Iluminate the paths of the dear teachers. Tey are so necessaries, everybody depends on them. Open their horizons, help them to win!
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, df USA - Saturday, October 12, 2002 at 17:58:06 (CDT)


Dear Mrs. Bridges Congratulations for your poem For My Husband Eighty Ninth.I confess that I cryied when I read it. God bless you!
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, df Brazil - Tuesday, October 01, 2002 at 07:39:04 (CDT)


your poetry is beautiful . i enjoyed every word. may all your days be happy ones. peace.
Micheal <ancient1@jaydemail.com>
hamilton, on Canada - Friday, September 27, 2002 at 13:01:49 (CDT)


Hi Mrs. Bridges! I loved this new Guestbook.Also the color which is one of my preferreds.The tears gave a special kindness to the pictures.Congratulations!
marlene <marleneaareis@hotmail.com>
Taguatinga, DF Brazil - Thursday, September 19, 2002 at 06:40:14 (CDT)


Welcome to the new guestbook. Please share your thoughts.
Kathy <webmaster@dorothybridges.com>
USA - Tuesday, September 17, 2002 at 15:38:28 (CDT)

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