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September 23, 2010

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Jingle

your poem is very active or creative..
beautiful humor.
thanks for the contribution!

Jingle

I was on my way to blogs...
missed your entry a few minutes...

your supportive manner is appreciated.
keep shining..


giggles is what everyone adores, thanks for the magical ending in your piece.

willow

I adore quirky. Piano innards certainly satisfies.

Shashi

Interesting.. I enjoyed reading it...

ॐ नमः शिवाय
Om Namah Shivaya

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Rajlakshmi

loved the ending...
wonderful write.

http://thepoetrywagon.blogspot.com/2010/09/souvenir.html

CaribbeanFool

I liked your poem. The discontinuous language feels so staccato, works to great effect! Thanks for posting your poem, it made for a fun read.

crb.

Kristen Haskell

Piano innards, I can almost imagine what that would be like. Loved your poem I found it very humorous.

Lu Ann

Ah! :) A very odd situation, a very uncommon conversation, yet it could be any of us.
I liked it very much, thanks for sharing.

Morganna

Cute poem. I liked it.

Kiera

Ha this one made me laugh.

Lovely, thanks for sharing :)

Kiera x

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