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August 14, 2010



Nicely done! I took the romantic route, as well, this time.

Angie Muresan

I like it! You sure can romanticize everything.


You took the photo and made a beautiful Magpie with it!!!!


Wow! I LOVE this poem...and am a little jealous, actually. *Hehe* I love the rush of the ending...the "finally, finally, finally!" Fabulous Magpie! And I cannot wait to read more of your writing.


ha i am feeling all warm and romantic from rusty pipes...smiles. nice mag!


This must be the best rusty pipe I have come across!


It flows! :)


Super..this is where a stream of consciouness can go..loved to read it out loud!!




Loved it loved it loved it!! The bi-meaning style is AWESOME!!! You absolutely have a crazy romantic in you alright! And that really is a blessing! :)
Stay thus...

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