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December 24, 2010


Laurie Kolp

Lovely description of an unfortunate event. Did this really happen, Julie?


Well written story -like the way it grows. Though -ouch!
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Oh wow. A palpable capture of a dramatic performance. Merry Christmas Julie!


Julie fantastic job with the wordle.
Merry Christmas to you.

vivienne blake

There was I enjoying the high-wire performance only to hurtle to the ground. An effective use of the words.


A tough moment to lose oneself. Ah the sacrifices for art. Loved "dangling/ her own past on ropes" - such a fabulous line.


Oh, the pain and misery of it all - a vivid piece!

Strummed Words

Good use of the wordle words in your poem! Good job.


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