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    Interesting fragment. Never read Sap pho before...

    Interesting fragment. Never read Sap pho before
    "In the middle of our porridge plates" Butterfly Laughter by Katherine Mansfield
    http://famouspoetsandpoems.com/poets/katherine_mansfield/poems/2738
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    Oh! Gegenschein, Sleepless nights, a lit...

    Oh!

    Gegenschein,

    Sleepless nights,
    a lit window opposite
    brings morning relief.
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    :) Relations

    :)

    Relations
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    Ditto! ...

    Ditto!

    https://edition.cnn.com/2022/08/13/us/missouri-lost-dog-cave-rescue-trnd/index.html
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    Interesting. The poem itself is a flood of words....

    Interesting. The poem itself is a flood of words.
    "G'way an' quit dat noise, Miss Lucy--" When Malindy Sings by Paul Laurence Dunbar...
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    people

    people
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    Simply loved the Het Link ;). I hope still to...

    Simply loved the Het Link ;).
    I hope still to develop this poem.

    I think, to find the right measure of "no" in oneīs life is an art . I often am to hard, other times to complying. But the dog...
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    Enjoyed the modern river poem by Bonnie Mannion....

    Enjoyed the modern river poem by Bonnie Mannion. Thanks for seeking the authors page, tailor ( I stand rebuked) as the poetry atlas works here only as atlas.

    Explored this poetīs page "Every...
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    Enjoyed both moon Haikus and the painting is pure...

    Enjoyed both moon Haikus and the painting is pure magic, thanks for the link( still have to finish reading the comment)!

    Sunday noon

    Frolicking dogs bark
    happily; humans en-
    grossed by their...
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    @Taylor.LoL! I hope sincerely that you never ever...

    @Taylor.LoL! I hope sincerely that you never ever will name an innocent cat Hephzibah or
    Uriah(This last remains me of the slippery Uriah Heep in David Copperfield). What gave me the idea of a new...
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    Enjoyed poem and creative mashup Mashup of the...

    Enjoyed poem and creative mashup

    Mashup of the mashup

    Grief and Gold

    Early grief leaves
    like early leaves.
    Old gold
    does hold,
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    scars

    scars
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    re: Bored .Thanks for the interesting analysis....

    re: Bored .Thanks for the interesting analysis. What got me is how the feeling expressed in the poem went against the title. As we would say in Brazil, the narrator "was happy and didnīt know it".
    ...
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    Thanks for the Turgeniev link. I have read some...

    Thanks for the Turgeniev link. I have read some of his short stories but I didnīt know he was also a poet.
    Enjoyed the climate change poem, ha,ha!

    A curious poem: "All those times I was bored"....
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    Lol! A mashup indeed! Just a small word ...

    Lol! A mashup indeed!

    Just a small word

    Definitive
    Strong
    Relentless
    Explicit
    Powerful
    No
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    Enjoyed! Urban night The coldest of moons,...

    Enjoyed!

    Urban night
    The coldest of moons,
    Noisy neighbors hover around
    Dog howls can be heard.
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    gaps.

    gaps.
  18. Loved this two poems on laughter. I choose the...

    Loved this two poems on laughter. I choose the same word

    Laughter

    Ripples of freedom
    Detain pain
    or conquer it altogether.
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    Thanks, tailor! Yes I think so too, because in...

    Thanks, tailor! Yes I think so too, because in the Google selection, the beginning of the poems appear!
    Long Grass...a very bucolic poem, one needs these respites!

    "Yellowish-grey sand, soft at...
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    Loved this"In time/comes the rhyme"...

    Loved this"In time/comes the rhyme" Lol!"Frederick!

    A poem with rhyme

    Once upon a time
    There lived a rosy swine
    Near a pine.
    She whelped: nine
    In their time
    They all debuted on line
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    Enjoyed both poems. In Portuguese the mantis is...

    Enjoyed both poems. In Portuguese the mantis is called Louva-Deus (praise God!)

    Winter day

    Patches of cold sun,
    Heaven wearing a hesi-
    tant blue! Harmony!
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    Good idea Cacian! Lol! Gathering from this...

    Good idea Cacian!

    Lol! Gathering from this Armagedon poem that there is a new kitten "Mitts" in the family.

    The end of the world

    They say the world is ending...
    That nuclear war...
    Global...
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    Crossroads

    Crossroads
  24. AAAIII! For cats their humans probably appear as...

    AAAIII! For cats their humans probably appear as outsized mammas (incomplete though, without fur and without milk) and gigantic playthings.

    Same word!

    Cat
    I canīt write poems
    about a cat,...
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    Fanta!

    Fanta!
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