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    Nice one, Too-ta! ;)

    Nice one, Too-ta! ;)
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    Quite unpleasant, but not a bad poem!

    Quite unpleasant, but not a bad poem!
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    Hawk, you are an extraordinarily fascinating...

    Hawk, you are an extraordinarily fascinating individual! And I'm not just saying that because you noticed my shoes :)
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    I like this one. It's a difficult task to...

    I like this one. It's a difficult task to describe something as common as a season change in a new way, but I think you've done it. "Summer rocks herself to sleep" was my favorite line. I might nix...
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    Thanks, Chris, that's a good idea :)

    Thanks, Chris, that's a good idea :)
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    Needed to read this one again today. I think of...

    Needed to read this one again today. I think of it often, Delta, I adore this poem!
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    Marbles (Take II)

    I wlll keep this memory
    encased in glass
    so I may hold it,
    bright as a cat's eye marble
    that marries light.
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    Well, if you want a more thorough analysis... the...

    Well, if you want a more thorough analysis... the "punks" threw me off as well. I was hoping there was some other colloquial meaning for the word, but it seems not. It doesn't go with the tone of the...
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    I have read your explanation of this poem, but...

    I have read your explanation of this poem, but I'm going to give you my initial impressions anyhow. This poem spoke to me of meekness; it implied that the narrator didn't feel himself worthy of what...
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    Oh my. This is a poem you feel in your bones....

    Oh my. This is a poem you feel in your bones. Such heavy sorrow, and raw longing. Another brilliant one from H.
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    Strangely riveting, with unusual syntax.

    Strangely riveting, with unusual syntax.
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    Sometimes you just hafta wallow in the past and...

    Sometimes you just hafta wallow in the past and have a good cry...
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    I confess I had to look up that reference... but...

    I confess I had to look up that reference... but I like the idea :) Hey! My 1000th post!
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    I KNEW my books could talk! Sometimes I hear them...

    I KNEW my books could talk! Sometimes I hear them whispering at night...
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    Tweaked that line a bit. Better? Or is fingertip...

    Tweaked that line a bit. Better? Or is fingertip / fingers too repetitive still?
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    @Doc, you're right, it was deliberate, but like...

    @Doc, you're right, it was deliberate, but like you I'm unsure of whether it works. Those lines are open for input! Come one, come all, and give it a go :)

    @Delta, I actually have many quilts,...
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    One of those "what the hell, why not?" moments....

    One of those "what the hell, why not?" moments. Glad to see you posting again :)
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    Does it ruin the fun if I admit it was my...

    Does it ruin the fun if I admit it was my husband? I think the babysitter was rather taken aback when we came home sopping wet :)
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    Tigers in the Grass

    I'm ready, at last,
    to share my place with you,
    this willow room where wild chamomile
    mingles with sharp-scented yarrow.
    Plump honeybees buzz a drowsy strain,
    drifting over banks dabbed with...
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    1983?! Geez, I am ALWAYS wrong about how old...

    1983?! Geez, I am ALWAYS wrong about how old people are. It drives me nuts!
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    "Doomed to remain celibate?" Sorry, that line...

    "Doomed to remain celibate?" Sorry, that line made me giggle a bit. But I really liked the reference to the "rusted sky."
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    You had some conflicting imagery here. The...

    You had some conflicting imagery here. The narrator is wandering in the "desert," but you mention a "vessel," which brings to mind a boat or ship. "Chandelier" and "carpet" sound luxurious, which...
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    Thanks for the feedback, tailor... I wanted the...

    Thanks for the feedback, tailor... I wanted the overall tone to be one of level-headed practicality... but it really isn't one of my best. My husband's been gone for the past week and I've been...
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    The Mistress of Kitchen Romance! I have a TITLE!...

    The Mistress of Kitchen Romance! I have a TITLE! You may now all refer to me as Mistress Adventure.
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    I couldn't read more than a few lines, but then,...

    I couldn't read more than a few lines, but then, I have a notoriously weak stomach... between you and Delta's phlegm, I don't think I can handle any more poems about bodily waste!
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