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    Poetry and me

    I never read poems before, but I love reading all the poems written by one poet since lately.

    Reading his poems enagaged my heart, so I will only read him from now on. I only want to think and feel how the poet thought and felt, when he wrote a poem, and I do not want to waste my time reading other poets and thinking about things I do not have a wish to think.
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    I like the thing that is so secret I won't even contemplate or mention it to myself, so what it is or isn't can't be related to the universe, the universe which may or may not be aware or accepting that it is even real.

    the thing about the thing is that to even write a reference to it diminishes the thing so I'll stop telling you about the thing before it ceases to be even a figment.

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    Wish that Virginia would write her own style of poetry for us all reading. I am be honest.
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    Quite often I endulge myself by engaging in certain activities that bring a degree of emotion, but I am not quite sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by virginiawang View Post
    I never read poems before, but I love reading all the poems written by one poet since lately.

    Reading his poems enagaged my heart, so I will only read him from now on. I only want to think and feel how the poet thought and felt, when he wrote a poem, and I do not want to waste my time reading other poets and thinking about things I do not have a wish to think.
    Virginia finds something all of us are secretly seeking to take a dip in the pool of feelings and she has it and she is different from the rest, unique and indeed passionate and that passionate heart of her is seeking something very profound and incisive few can do that and the one she has is somebody different, not the extraordinaire and she fulfills her soul in that spring. Virginia a poet herself or else she could not have measured up the depth of the real poet she is obsessed with
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    Be nice.

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    LOL! I agree with Juniper on this one! So Funny!

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