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August 02, 2015

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Other Mary

Love you opening line, "alice in slumberland" and also your idea of earth/green as being divine and wise. We could learn a lot from her, if we slowed down and gave it a try. Bravo on both your form and content.

Kathe W.

ah yes! The roar of suburbia! Nicely done!

Sandra

nicely done!

Charleen Martinez

What if? Love it!

Truedessa

what if we stopped insisting our way was right..I think it would open the line of communication thus bringing about change.

Woonietest.blogspot.com

So much wisdom, insight in your lovely poem ~~~~

Magaly Guerrero

Love the phrase "concrete sledgehammers".

Bekkie

We could learn a lot. Nice take I enjoyed it.

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