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June 16, 2010

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Anthony North

Definitely a good buy.

rebecca

Wow. This was gorgeous. What a beautiful way to use the words. Poetic and melodious.

Dina Spice

Okay, so much I love about this. There were bits that I let out a little "Oooo, that's good" for, and here they are:

"my unknown-yet-to-you-ness"

"finally giving
myself space to smile into the leaves and grasses
and..."

"My astonishment purchased me a poem
(The best buy I have made in a long time)"

So good - what was this prompt? Oh, yeah, the words...what words?!

- Dina

Stan Ski

such a feeling of satisfaction when we get all this from the words we write.

Amity

Oh so beautiful Julie...:)

Feelings are just overwhelming you could write beautiful things about it n sync with a picturesque nature.

I missed 3WW twice, I mean bloghopping n I missed you too!

I am back Julie...:)

Lilibeth

The poem itself was a melody... and I was there beside you watching the meadow grasses.

Dee

I think this may be one of my favorites so far!

Tumblewords

Oh, yes, a very good buy! I can see the colors fly...

one more believer

it is as if a painting each word, phrase a stroke of color.. inviting us in to come along...

Thepoisonflowergarden.blogspot.com

"Unknown-yet-to-you-ness", how I love the new word and concept. I think we need to steal this play from the German's handbook and create neologisms much more often.

I often find myself infatuated with the white and black, or gray and white, vistas of the written page. I think I have a few poems somewhere about precisely this. I love how you capture it here, and then enliven it with vivid color.

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