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6 of my comments have received 6 Great Feedback votes

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This poem is poignant and

Posted on Thu, 07 Jun 2018

This poem is poignant and wistfully sad. So true how things we leave behind can be both a source of comfort and an amplification of our loss! Ending is simply a bit of genius! 

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Posted in Here Are Things

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First thing this poem did was

Posted on Thu, 07 Jun 2018

First thing this poem did was snap a picture before my eyes of a canoe careening down the rapids. Reading it again brought a feeling of nostalgia, perhaps a bit of loss and wistful remembrance. Nicely done!

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Posted in Passage

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Airy and spring-like, this

Posted on Wed, 30 May 2018

Airy and spring-like, this gentle verse evokes the fresh scents of May and the burgeoning of life in springtime. Love the moss covered wall and bluebells, nice juxtaposition of spring colors that creates an instant picture in the reader's mind....

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Posted in renewable 2 (second go at this)

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This is enchanting! It truly

Posted on Fri, 01 Jun 2018

This is enchanting! It truly give the reader that "summery" feeling. Your images, one by one, build on one another beautifully to create the scene. I think everyone's had a similar experience when you see someone you're sure you know!...

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Posted in El primero de junio

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This is apropos to our lives

Posted on Fri, 01 Jun 2018

This is apropos to our lives today, for sure! I am guilty of dabbling and paddling in a chair myself! This is a cute way to point out the urgency of living that we seem to have forgotten. Short but meaningful, nicely done.

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Posted in Time Flies

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This poem made me laugh out

Posted on Fri, 09 Feb 2018

This poem made me laugh out loud! An amusing tale with a spot-on rhyme and a clever ending - good job!

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Posted in The Legend of Spring-Heeled Jack