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March 02, 2011

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Sheilagh Lee

Wonderful that is what a writer does great description.

Old Egg

Observation is so important for a writer. You have got it so right as each subject is a candidate for your pen.

Jae Rose

I love the run of 'b' words..really built up the restlessness before she becomes still..coffee shop watching is the best..Jae

Pat Cegan

Fun and well done! Thanks! hugs, pat

Abby

I love this; I feel like the mom watching her teenaged daughter with her boyfriend. I also love the way you tied the concept of youth into the poem with the Harriet the Spy analogy.

Sharp Little Pencil

Julie, you made the relationship between the two of them soooo deliciously creepy. Also, brought up memories of my daughter, Riley, who used to draw manga on all her schoolwork. Needless to say, now an artist!

Great take on the 3WW! Amy

ThomG

Really liked the construction of this, but the voyeurism as well.

Dee

there is nothing like people watching...I could picture the whole scene. Great descriptiveness here :)

Madeleine Begun Kane

Very nice job using those prompt words!

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