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Wednesday, 06 April 2016



Absolutely exquisite! So glad I read this poem!


This is really excellent. I could easily teach this in one of my (high school) classes. Lovely

Ginni Deville

Beautiful poem, with such a great ending :)

Shirley Smith Franklin

Lovely. I think I couldn't find enough inspiration for my entry today because you were granted an extra generous dose of creativity (haha, just joking). I like the way you incorporated so many poetic, sensory, experiential elements to bring the poem to life. Kudos.

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