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November 13, 2010


Cynthia Short

I LIKE the dark bitterness! I especially like the section describing the priest, "door latch made from bones of his words"...left me quite a picture!


Wonderfully powerful imagery!


Boy you were not kidding about stirring up some anger I can feel the intensity in this the demand for attention to your words! Fabulous writing!

Cindy Veach

wow such energy here - love the way it builds and builds.


I like the sharpness, too. "Door latch made with/ bones of his words" is an incredible image ... really got to me.

vivienne blake

You sure did let rip! Very clever writing, and twisting of the titles. I found " the art of poetry is not made to be solely Your Confessional" particularly salutary.


Oooh, this is really wonderful!

Victoria Ceretto-Slotto

Strong, thought-provoking poem, Julie. Nicely done.


Ramesh Sood

A lovely poem this.. I have enjoyed it.. and the conclusion.. and ending.. the way we live. wow! and thanks for your encouraging comment on my page..

david waters

clever and powerful. I like :)


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