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March 02, 2011



sad and beautifully written... I love how you've captured this intimate moment


The sadness was still palpable in my heart and mind after the read.



Gaurang Rao



very sad to read.. and it stays like that after.. poignant poetry..

My Poets Rally 39 Poetry: http://wp.me/p11nRA-Sl

Marlee-I Mystic

I've dealt with a lot of loss these last 6 months and this is such a true emotion. Great job!
Here's my rally entry- http://mysticmarleei.wordpress.com/2011/03/05/341/

Elaine Spall

Sad theme, but a great poem. Well written.


Very intense and raw, I could feel the emotion. Very well done. Thank you for sharing.

Elizena R Arellano

This made me want to cry. It was short, but you packed it full of emotion; I could feel her sadness for a friend who has lost her son and wondering what she could be going through; what she might be feeling and perhaps, since I am a mother myself, putting myself in her place and realizing that the pain of losing one's child is something that I'm not sure I could take.
This was very well written and I enjoyed it in spite of the pain I felt throughout it. Wonderful piece. Be blessed.


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