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September 13, 2010

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bkmackenzie

lovely write...thoughts, thoughts and the sun kissing the chair...nice images...bkm

Eric Alder

The rising sun kisses the world 'good morning'.

Thanks for passing this dish for the potluck!

willow

I love when sunrise speaks to me.

pamela

Julie I love the sunrise also!
Beautiful poem!
Pamela

William Manson

hi friend sorry for the delay, this was an excellent poem, there were lots of amazing lines, bravo :)

Jingle

another beautiful entry,
it breathes fresh air and hopefulness.
cheers!
;)

RiikaInfinityy

So gentle and full of hope...wonderful!:D~

Talon

I loved the imagery in this poem so much - from the first line to the last. Lovely writing!

Kavita

aww..such a delightfully refreshing poem! That first kiss of the sun's rays are so very motivating indeed!
I really enjoyed this hopeful poem..
Thank you so much for participating in the Potluck, Julie.. we are so very pleased to have you here!! xoxoxoxo

Arspoetica.wordpress.com

a deep verse running below a beautifully simple storyline, i think. your wording is exact and en pointe. i love this.

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