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July 07, 2010


Tony Noland

This was a potent way to use these three words!


quite a fairytale-like poem, the modern day touches throws me off a bit but then when I re-read, it doesn't seem so - like any relationships, it eventually has to come down to earth


Wonderfully done. This built gloriously, and the yearning in the end is fitting.

kathi wright

loved this julie - it captured the heat and fervor of early love, morphing into the everyday. the photo was a beauty, too. thanks, kathi

Britt Nielsen

Wow, so creative and vivid. I love the fairy tale with a modern twist!

Anthony North

Yes, a definite fairy tale feel to this. Nice one.

Divaa D

whaoooo--- a fairy tale told :)


Wow!!Such lovely usage of words


Oh, what a wonderful fairy-tale-like story.
A magic-realism feel to this. Would love to
see this poem illustrated.

Sandy Coleman

Oh, my. Amazing what you can get out of 3 words. This is so intriguing right from the start. I have been to visit you in awhile. You've redone the blog's look. I like it a lot. Good for you. And thanks for visiting today with such very kind words. You are such a great writer, so I'm honored.

And I love Zumba. I own a set of Zumba tapes. So much fun at home, but much better when you do it in a group. Take care.

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