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February 14, 2011

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mark

Simple and pure. I like this.

hpicasso

on the coldest night
I feel your heart deflecting
the chill of Winter

inside I am warmed and safe
join me as Summer returns
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may I give this to you from Samuel? your words were special to me...thank you

Peace, hp

Lady Nyo

What a beautiful and resonant tanka, Julie!

It is the point of mother's love, and sometimes it gets lost in the anger and pain.

My very best to you.

Lady Nyo....life can be overwhelming, neh?

Peter Bryenton

Have you read Mark Haddon's "The Curious Incident of The Dog in The Night Time?

Jingle

another lovely award winning piece.
rocking tanka.

A++

Ramesh Sood

This is so beautiful..you have set an example of understanding youngsters.. God bless!!

Kathe W.

oh I feel for you and your son Samuel. It's hard to be a kid these days.

Jessica

Very moving is so few words. Well done!
Sometimes 'no' is our only bit of power...

Thanks for visiting my blog.

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