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April 21, 2010



nice one really!!! :) writing about the context of a dictionary page! :) but in ur post the word 'ebb' is missing which is also a word in 3ww this weekk..

Francis Scudellari

What serendipity to find the synchronicity in such an amalgamation :). I really like how you used the word's own definition to negate and nullify the flawed. And I didn't know that second definition, so I learned something too...


Well, I certainly like it.

Julie Jordan Scott

Thanks, Tharangni - fixed it so ebb shows up. It was in my written version, but you know how flaws show up in transcription! :-)


I like the way the definition ebbs into the poem. Gritty as fissures should be

Dan Rako

I like the spaces between your words.

Anthony North

An intriguing poem. I'm a lover of synchronicity, too.


I think your first paragraph is flawed - the line drawing will be me LOL

Stan Ski

You brought together a number of prompts well here.
Good post.

Thomma Lyn

A great job with the prompts, and I enjoyed the synchronicity. :)

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