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September 10, 2010

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Angela Cohan

You're definitely doing it right. I enjoyed it--great style.

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Talon

The pacing was so good and I had to smile at the end...a possibility presented, rejected and considered! I really enjoyed this very much.

Robin

I love that poem, it's interesting in a unique sort of way.

My Poets Rally Poem: http://robinelizabeth58.wordpress.com/2010/08/05/falling-august-5-2010/

dcwright02

a very interesting concept and a fun read! thanks for sharing!

here's my rally poem:
http://lifeloveandmisery.wordpress.com/2010/09/12/collapse/

Amanda

I just love the structure of your poem, wonderful flow of words and so very interesting.
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fantastic style thanks for sharing great job!

83october

The reiteration of the impossibility of reattachment gave this poem a bitter sweet feeling. While there are a few cliches out there to express this idea of never returning, you did wonders here with the idea of a fallen leaf.

mm

The childlike quality of the argument is charming-- nicely done!
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Jingle

Happy Wednesday,
Thanks for attending Thursday Poets Rally week 28.
Love your talent,
Love your kindness more...

Cheers!
Welcome to Rally Week 29 next Wednesday!
BEST!

MangoesnTangoes

Love this poem, it was well written and well thought out. I love the idea. Welcome to the Rally!

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