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January 06, 2010

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Hal Johnson

I've always felt like a caveman when it comes to poetry, so I'll just say that I liked this.

Anthony North

Nicely done for your first 3ww. It's always fun, and a good challenge, here.

Neil Reid

Proving that simplicity can be perfect eloquence!

ThomG

you've captured some pain and unrest here simply and elegantly.

Welcome to 3WW and I hope you'll come around and be a regular. And, tell you friends. We're always looking for more fun.

Jay Thurston

This is short and sweet, you say a lot with a little. I enjoyed it.

Percy Bisque Silley

A mistake indeed! You must try the far more formidable Chicken format.

Amarettogirl

Hi! So intriguing to read your first 3ww poem, and a wonderful one at that. love the 'Being a pain nibbles at my...' line! Thank you for sharing this with us.:))

Just Someone

That was a great start for your 3WW! A wonderful piece...

thanks for sharing

Jeeves

Ouch! Thats lot said

Tim Remo

Simply and powerful. A great first try at 3WW. I hope to read more of your work.

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