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June 23, 2010

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irene

I like the imagery of icicles at the bottom of her skirt. Sort of sums up the feeling of glacial sorrow. The truth is, there are bad days. I wish all days are good. (Nice to see you at WWP, Julie.)

Mary

Julie, this is a haunting poem and makes me think. The title, with the question mark, intrigues me.

http://inthecornerofmyeye.blogspot.com/2010/06/drought-wordle.html

brenda w

In agreement with Mary, the question mark title is intriguing. The sadness is enormous in this piece...her happy self becomes merely carbon traces... It's almost like she sighs it away.

brenda w

In agreement with Mary, the question mark title is intriguing. The sadness is enormous in this piece...her happy self becomes merely carbon traces... It's almost like she sighs it away.

pamela

Julie
Extremely sad piece and beautifully written!
Pamela

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