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September 29, 2010


Eric Alder

How can we do pantoum in blogs? Nobody can see what we're pretending to do! Oh wait, that's pantomime - my bad!

Nice idea - there's always room for one more poetry venue.

And yes, Jingle IS a great person to help draw 'em in!


it takes me a while to finish reading your piece,
I have to say, you have gone deep in nature and dug deep in portraying the relation between human and the surroundings.

a work in depth,
I admire your gift in writing it.


a beautiful poem,
I appreciate your participation...
Happy Wednesday!


While reading your Love with the Nature, I couldn't help myself singing to the lines.. They were perfect lines for a Happy Poem.. So artistically expressed your joys and experience..


a modern Shelley or even a post-modern Wordsworth
good work


Your piece reminds me of the peace I felt just getting away from everything while I was diamond hunting...I didn't find any but I was able to clear my head from all the clutter just sitting in my little area screening dirt! :)

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