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April 01, 2011


RJ Clarken

Boy did you ever nail this one! I guess the kvetching really is all relative! ☼


Julie, this is wonderful and I love this part,
"Maybe, instead
I'll buy a pretty Spring
dress that hides the
excess flesh my worry
has fed me"
Nice start to this month, I'll be looking for you.

vivienne Blake

I love your words - some interesting ones among them to a Brit!

andy sewina

Love the powerful wording!

Happy Napowrimo!!


Any poetic inclusion of any form of "kvetch" is cool with me. Well done.

Mr. Walker

"They remind / me to laugh / at the ridiculousness / of my rant" - I like these lines, which sums up the feeling of this poem so well. And a message which we all need from time to time.

Sharp Little Pencil

"This day that blechh blithely dealt me..." What a great line. Stream of consciousness, and also conscious of your surroundings, of other folks whose paths cross yours for a moment. My rants sometimes end here, chortling at myself!Q
Here's mine; I'm PADing at Writer's Island:
Peace, Amy

Madeleine Begun Kane

Wonderful poem. So expressive!

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