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March 20, 2011

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brian

ha. how much more we would learn by stopping making our own noise and doing just a bit of listening...a delightful read...

dustus

Very creative how you address the "learned man" and (i think) the scars of history. The repetition is very effective and I really like how the lines "forever voice
less or wait I hear
when I am still"
—nice flow and creation of various interpretations through formatting. Great challenge response.

James Rainsford

Love the way you've used my photo to personify the seagull. Making it the inquisitor of the silent stone statue which is its temporary perch. The antithesis of its freedom to fly and soar above the earth . An intelligent and impressive poem. Thank you for sharing, James.

Gemma @ Greyscale

A beautiful, sensitive poem! Like a child questioning a seer!

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