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December 16, 2010



how are you?
let me know after you are done:
#1: return favor to poets who are here,
#2: commented for 18 poets NEW to you,
Happy Saturday!
Thanks form the contribution!

did not mean to be bossy, I try to keep things going... take your time..

Joseph Harker

Glad that you took it on as a "dead woman" prompt... I wanted to do something besides "man", but played it safe. Love the way you also zoom in and out from the details to the bigger picture, it adds a lot of reality to it.

Sidebar: a friend of mine has gone home to Bakersfield for the holidays! I'll tell her to stop by your Visible Poetics opening. :)


This is quite interesting- I like how there's almost a touch of humour which turns into pathos by the time you've finished. There's some good use of language here, which you should definitely keep working at and developing.



I like the pictures you created in my head.
Then you played with my mood, taking me from humor to almost desolation.

Pat Cegan

So glad you visited me so I can now visit you. Looking forward to reading much more of your very powerful and thought provoking poetry! hugs, pat

Cloaked Monk

I enjoyed the melanchy.


Cloaked Monk

Apparently I don't enjoy typing! I meant melancholy.


Heather Grace Stewart

You really evoked a melancholy mood here--well done.

Thoughts Not Lost

Beauty in its sad subject matter. Vivid images. Amazing words!


I found the picture of the dead woman flying over very fascinating. You have done a good job with the story, words and images.

Thank you for dropping by my blog.

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