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    Saw your list on Amazon. WOW! Prolific!

    Saw your list on Amazon. WOW! Prolific!
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    What a lovely poem!

    What a lovely poem!
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    Continue to enjoy the charm found in your...

    Continue to enjoy the charm found in your atmospheric poetry.
  4. Thread: Today

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    Very accurate description of the city- why I...

    Very accurate description of the city- why I left. Evocative describes the piece perfectly.
  5. Thread: The Trigger

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    I really enjoyed the reflective nature of this...

    I really enjoyed the reflective nature of this poem. It is a coming to terms with the past kind of poem, even if it is a work of fiction.
  6. Thread: Prayer

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    Toot! Toot!

    Toot! Toot!
  7. Thread: Tapestry

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    A wonderful gem to read this morning while home...

    A wonderful gem to read this morning while home with a sick child. Enjoyed as usual!
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    There is so tragedy in coming to the conclusion...

    There is so tragedy in coming to the conclusion that each day celebrates "us", even though we may not exist tomorrow, as is stated in the poem. Although I found this to be more like prose than your...
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    I liked his blog. He was a real character. RIP!

    I liked his blog. He was a real character. RIP!
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    I still am enjoying your atmospheric poetry. It...

    I still am enjoying your atmospheric poetry. It is uplifting to read daily.
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    Thematically this was a really engaging poem. ...

    Thematically this was a really engaging poem. Enjoyed this one!
  12. Thread: Memoriam

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    This is a nicely structure poem. I bet someone...

    This is a nicely structure poem. I bet someone who is grieving would get pleasure out of reading this. There is a feeling of moving on and being in a good place to let go, "Memories with the whiff...
  13. I read this about ten years ago and I was very...

    I read this about ten years ago and I was very enthusiastic about it!It fundamentally can be construed or understood as a feminist book, but it also speaks to all writers in general. A woman should...
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    If you are really aspiring to be a writer, you...

    If you are really aspiring to be a writer, you maybe be interested in this book:

    Ask the Dust by John Fante
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    Being stated by a minister, it was meant in a...

    Being stated by a minister, it was meant in a religious context. With this understanding, it was meant in terms of God's relationship to everyone. According to this religious doctrine, we are all...
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    A past minister of my church always said that no...

    A past minister of my church always said that no one is special.
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    He will be missed! May he rest in peace.

    He will be missed! May he rest in peace.
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    Gorgeous! I particularly enjoyed these lines:...

    Gorgeous!

    I particularly enjoyed these lines:

    I live between
    your palms,
    my lips trailing
    across your
    lifeline,
    eyelashes
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    I admire your talent! Much enjoyed!

    I admire your talent! Much enjoyed!
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    Unnecessary

    Unnecessary
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    I enjoyed these lines; my feet weak as jelly...

    I enjoyed these lines;

    my feet weak as jelly
    longing for a rest
    How I wish
    to be the little birds
    in the tree nearby
    perching comfortably
    in their cozy nest
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    I second the opening lines to Lolita. I will...

    I second the opening lines to Lolita. I will never forget practically falling out of my chair when I read those opening lines.
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    It is well done, but I can't blame you. I...

    It is well done, but I can't blame you. I haven't posted on here in ages because the climate is so difficult. In fact, i just stopped writing when the it was no longer fun.
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    I just finished the The Road. Although it is a...

    I just finished the The Road. Although it is a significant work, it leaves a less deep impression than did, Camus' The Plague. I was not emotionally invested in this book as compared to The Plague....
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    The Road by Cormac McCarthy. It grips you by the...

    The Road by Cormac McCarthy. It grips you by the throat and never lets up. The prose are beautiful, at times, but mainly, the plot is driven by the coldness of the never-ending white winter sky. I...
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