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August 09, 2010

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One Prayer Girl

What a delightful Magpie poem you've written. This is my first time writing a Magpie Tale and my first time reading them. It's fun and there is so much creativity displayed.

PG

Tumblewords

Interesting piece! Delightful read.

Kavita

Absolutely lovely!!!
It's a blunt reminder too, in a way...
We too sometimes just act as watering cams, waiting to be "picked" and "used"... And sometimes, we choose to "move".
So beautifully you've brought it out here...

Helen

You pose an intriguing question .... nicely done!

brian

oh you give us things to ponder in your magpie...arent we all just waiting to be use-ful...maybe...i like to think so. smiles.

Jingle

pleasant take..
:)

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