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October 07, 2010

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Teresa

Anyone that can follow such a technical format deserves my respect. This is such a nice poem. I love the idea that we don't need paper calendars--nature certainly does a good job of marking the seasons.

Rene Foran

Wow!
that's a lot of work...but you made it look effortless :)

Michael Wells

Love the line "the grey clouds, pregnant with rain" - Thanks for sharing.

Tumblewords

Wow - you have the handle on this form - wonderfully image-full and delight-full.

Jingle

beautiful magpie!

~T~

Wow. The first two stanzas are so contemplative, and then she invites the leaves in to play. What fun!

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