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September 17, 2010



Smells like something by Dickens, but I am probably incorrect.

Still, wonderful work as always, Julie.

Julie Jordan Scott

Close, Mark. It is an American author, also from the past. (And thank you for reading!)


You have me stumped. It makes me want to escape, and quickly (a little phobic about crowds) makes me think of Suddenly Last Summer and City of Joy
The painting suits it.


Interesting story within your poem. (Always hard to figure what to do with all the words!)

And --

Wonderful last line!


nature walking,
very beautiful and haunting...
lovely flow.
Thanks for sharing!

my entry is here


my first try,
Glad to see you in the team,
love your poetry!


your vocabulary is deep and your poetry is in depth, vivid image,
thanks for sharing!


This is very good, Julie. I especially like these lines:

before the beast swarm / is glued to my knickers, docking / grimey paws hungrily in / my pockets as I stand, shocked


a great idea to combine the wordle with an image!!


Lots of imagery in this delightful piece - it's strong and intriguing.

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