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November 22, 2010



I wanted to feel the

almost winter icy

air against my

thighs while my

skirt and petticoats

whistled around my

calves and ankles


Glad that you drive home for poetry that is there for you.
Thanks for the elegant contribution to potluck ..
Happy Monday.

Hank aka kaykuala

It gives a closeness to the things around you. Very well written.



thats beautiful... lovely images formed by your words.


Eric 'Bubba' Alder

I can feel your desire to go up and joyfully shine in the moonlight. But it's nice in the end that you look forward to the poetry at home.

P.S. - Been watching re-runs of Petticoat Junction? (LOL!)


I love this--a personifiction of the Moon. And she fits my memory of the full moon last Saturday. Nice write!


Sumit Sarkar

I love this so much...
The last few lines are simply superb :)




Absolutely lovely!


week 11 potluck awards/treats 4 u

Thanks for the beautiful contribution to week 11, hope to see you next Monday!
Happy Thursday!
Happy Thanksgiving Holiday if you celebrate!

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