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Zuzanna Musial

Updated: Fri, 1 May 2009 02:24 am

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Biography

My writing varies; I love to write about things that are based on life events. The inspiration comes from Nature, seasons and often straight from my heart. I like to write about feelings as those are inseparable from our life. Quite often I wish to be in Britain to see your performances in an open microphone, it would be a thrill of a life time; we do not have those in the city. Love to read all kinds of poems. Adore talented writers; their words of inspiration often prompt a thought for more writing. English language always amazes and therefore I crave to learn constantly new vocabulary and this creative writing is one of those self thought lessons that I love to experience and make improvement when I can. Thank you for reading my brief introduction. Blessings of love & light...Zuzanna Life Is a Gift Today before you say an unkind word - Think of someone who can't speak. Before you complain about the taste of your food - Think of someone who has nothing to eat. Before you complain about your husband or wife - Think of someone who's crying out to GOD for a companion. Today before you complain about life - Think of someone who went too early to heaven. Before whining about the distance you drive Think of someone who walks the same distance with their feet. And when you are tired and complain about your job - Think of the unemployed, the disabled, and those who wish they had your job. And when depressing thoughts seem to get you down - Put a smile on your face and think: you're alive and still around. I live in Edmonton, Alberta CANADA

Samples

LAND OF THE NILE Walking along the temples Carved in a solid rocks On the West bank of the Nile. Long after the Ramses Build the temples For the Sun of God. The sacred land, that still holds the mystery of many Cultures. The solid walls Made out of brick When Ramses was there. He looked often at the beautiful river and prayed to God in adoration. History says-the Gods were adored by all The Pharaohs of this land. Ramses was one of well known rulers in that Ancient time. He wanted to please His God special to him. ...God', of the raising Sun. He worshipped him with adoration. And People believed That God will defeat the darkness of the night worshipping the raising Sun. Interesting History of Ancient Egyptian Land. © 2007 Zuzanna Musial ................................... WILL NOT FORGET September 11 – 2001 The Day the Angels cried Will not be forgotten The World has changed Because of that tragic day World cried with USA We were all in shock Seeing the Twin Towers Falling down in smoke Many died and injured Time has changed From that tragic day We will not forget! This day the Angels cried Still today after few years Tears are falling from people’s eyes Seeing those standing waving From the windows above Before all the buildings collapsed This was the saddest day in USA God Bless America and keep her safe Let the Angel freely fly over the sky Remember & Honour © 2008 Zuzanna Musial

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Tomás Ó Cárthaigh

Mon 6th Jul 2009 23:50

Life is a Gift contains some great truths...

Melissa R. Mendelson

Tue 12th May 2009 17:53

Dear Zuzanna,

I hope all is well with you, and I wish you all the very best. :)

Melissa

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clarissa mckone

Fri 1st May 2009 02:50

Dear Zuzanna,
Im glad to see your alive. I had not received any emails of late and had started to worry a bit about you. I sure hope that your well. xx clarissa

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Francine

Fri 24th Apr 2009 02:14

I just read your poem 'Life Is a Gift' and it is very lovely and inspirational...

Zahi Sahli

Sun 15th Feb 2009 11:45

hello Zuzanna :) how are you? I have added some poems if you are interested, to my profile. I really love the part where you write that "Life is a Gift". It's beautiful and shows your wonderful spirit

<Deleted User>

Sun 28th Dec 2008 14:24

Thanks for your kind comments - but don't hesitate to be critical - I welcome it

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Chris Dawson

Fri 5th Dec 2008 23:37

Thank-you Zuzanna, for your lovely comments about my work. The positive comments I have had since I started posting my work on this site has helped me a great deal, and are very much appreciated.
Cx

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Richard Brooks

Fri 5th Dec 2008 16:13

Hi Zuzanna,

Hope your well xx
Thankyou for the comment you left, hapy to know I'm missed!

Im back in my final year of University and as I'm studying Tv and Radio you can imagine that it exhausts all of my creativity so the poetry has seemed to have just disappeared...for now!

Hopefully I will be writing again soon, I still keep a close eye on everyones work

Thankyou again Zuzanna

Richard

xx

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Rodney Wood

Sat 15th Nov 2008 16:59

Zuzanna,
glad you didn't take my comments the wrong way. Courses etc are always useful for anyone and a good investment will be "The Art and Craft of Poetry" by Michael Bugeja.

darren thomas

Sun 2nd Nov 2008 14:17

Hello Zuzanna - I'm just writing to reinforce what I've already told Clarissa about comments on my writing. I'm sure every writer enjoys positive comments about their work and I'm no different.
My poetry is taking a back seat, as they say, to my non-sensical ramblings at the moment. I feel that it's sometimes beneficial to concentrate on all the little pieces of 'litter' that become ingrained inside our heads. This can sometimes leads us towards and area or subject that we otherwise may have left unturned.

Since I started contributing to this site I have received various 'commissions' to write both poetry and other less exciting things and it's the positive comments which I receive that spur me on to write more. This may upset some people and others may delight at this.
The only guarantee for instant failure is if you try to please all the people ALL of the time. That ain't gonna' happen. In the meantime, thanks once again for your comments.
And, as they say, keep writing.

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Philip Golding

Sat 1st Nov 2008 00:10

Thanks Mel for your comment on my Emotional Rainbows. That is the title poem for the show I have written. There is is a ten min version of the 1 hour show on the 14th of Nov on the Embrio Night. .

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Mia Darlone

Mon 27th Oct 2008 19:48

Thank you! All innuendos very much intended.
Your poem about your friend is lovely x

Janet

Mon 13th Oct 2008 20:32

Hi Zuzanna,
Thanks for your encouragement to my writing ability. Especially for my fairy story.
I will aim to write some more to add to it or enhance it maybe.
I just write whatever enters my head at any given moment. It's working well for me this way.
However, it can become a nuisance when words start floating around while at work. ha ha.
Love and light,
Janet.xx

Melissa R. Mendelson

Thu 9th Oct 2008 00:49

Dear Zuzanna,

I hope all is well with you, and thank you for always leaving wonderful comments on my poetry.

Take care.

Melissa

Janet

Thu 18th Sep 2008 20:11

Hi Zuzanna,
Thankyou very much for your comments to my recent blogs. It's always good to receive the kind of feedback you give, with an explanation of what you see and feel from what you read.
lots of love, peace and light to you.
Janet.xx

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Jeff Dawson

Thu 18th Sep 2008 18:27

Hi Zuzanna

Thank you so much for your comments about my 'When I'm Down' poem, it was one that I wrote fairly easily through experience. I did write it a few months ago after a few difficult years. Don't worry though, things are a lot better now, although sometines its relevant.

Appreciate your concern though, take care, next one will be a bit chirpier (I Think!) Jeff X

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Tomás Ó Cárthaigh

Wed 10th Sep 2008 13:24

Jealousy indeed does silence all...

Melissa R. Mendelson

Sun 7th Sep 2008 20:56

Dear Zuzanna,

Thank you for your comments. Well, the tv interview was brief, but I made it to tv. :)

I hope to try and make more appearances when I can, and in the meantime, I will continue to write as always. Please, do the same.

I hope you're having a great weekend. :)

-Melissa

Pete Crompton

Fri 5th Sep 2008 23:54

What a great voice you have!!!!!!!!!!!!

WOW thanks for all your kind support and attentiveness

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Matt Rakowski

Fri 5th Sep 2008 19:39

Zuzzana,
Many thanks for your comments. If you don't have to deal with selfish idiots blocking your path through the city; then you're very lucky indeed.

Matt

<Deleted User>

Wed 3rd Sep 2008 20:38

Hello Zuzanna<
Thankyou for your comment on my poem< competition<
I like yours too>
Tara

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Moira

Tue 2nd Sep 2008 22:46

Hi Zuzanna, big "hello" from me!

What a wonderful name! What are it's origins? Love the accent. Listened to your reading of the Pharoah's poem and felt it a wonderful tribute. You have a great timbre to your voice, musical...echoing your surname.
Thanks for the feedback on "I only want a dog!" Very positive. Your photo shows you to be a woman of considerable energy and your comments seem to be wonderfully nourishing of this community of poets.

Very best to you and keep the lyrical in your poetry flowing.

Moira

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clarissa mckone

Sun 31st Aug 2008 04:51

Dear zuzanna, I hope your feeling better. I keep you in my thoughts daily, my poetry friend. xx clarissa

Melissa R. Mendelson

Sat 30th Aug 2008 15:51

Dear Zuzanna,

Thank you so much for your wonderful reviews and comments, your kind words and spirit.

When I do write my poetry, I open my heart and let the words pour out. I thought the flow of my thoughts reflect back on where I was and am now going. I let my heart cry upon the page.

And I love Rush along with Foreigner and Styx.

I hope you had a great summer and that you are doing well.

Keep in touch, and keep writing. :)

Take care.

Melissa

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clarissa mckone

Sun 17th Aug 2008 05:30

Dear Zuzanna, Thanks for writting me, I ove to get your emails and anything you wish to converse about. You and a hand full of people I have met on thjis site, I know with out a doubt, I could be the best of friends with, I could go camping with, travel with, visit with etc, and feel at home with.If I were to ever come to canada, I would let you know and look you up. I expect the same from you, if ever you come to Texas know we shall have tea and a meal, or more, with 3 teenagers Im always strapped for cash. Im not wealthy and make no promises of a grand time.I know I would love your company. You are a true friend in poetry, and thus a friend. I pray for all my friends and hope that if they pray, they pray for me too. Heck fire thats what friends do! I feel that you are alot like me, and we would have wonderful conversations and it would be a blast. I love people and have not met any true strangers, and I thrill to chat with others and share. well I must go now, I hear teenagers giggling and yelling. take care xx clarissa

Melissa R. Mendelson

Fri 15th Aug 2008 14:37

I'm sorry, Zuzanna to hear of your loss. My heart goes out to you and your family.

Writing, to me, is therapy, a release of what I keep locked inside, so I write.

Take care.

Melissa

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Jeff Dawson

Thu 14th Aug 2008 20:16

Hi Zuzanna, thanks so much for your comments on my poem about Carla. Ahe's a good friend and a lively lady who was a great subject to write about too! I've not caught up with your latest poem, looks good and want to read when time!

PS did you see my poem before carla - 'As the seasons turn'. Its just you didn't comment, and although I dont expect it, it wasn't like you! Unless you didn't like it, fair enough, but wouldn't like you to miss it as its probably up your street!

thanks best wishes Jeff

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carol falaki

Thu 31st Jul 2008 17:05

Hi Zuzanna,
Thanks for your lovely comment

Janet

Tue 29th Jul 2008 17:16

Hi Zuzanna, thanks for your comment on fuel up! re-hydrate!
The general theme is about my job as a taxi driver. It was very hot on saturday and this is pretty much the true way of things around here.
Especially the office, which is a metal portakabin.
I didn't mention the loo. That too is a portaloo, emptied once a week. yucky!

Thanks also for your wonderful comment on my sonnet. It's a first attempt and i was just playing around with the idea really. So i'm obviously very pleased with the feedback.
Lots of love and light to you. Janet.xx

Melissa R. Mendelson

Sun 27th Jul 2008 17:26

Hey, Zuzanna. Things are indeed tough out there and may continue to be son, but we just have to hold strong.

Hope you had a great weekend as well. :)

-Melissa

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