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May 31, 2015

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Kathe W.

oh my....sixty seven days is a very long time....well done!

Helena

Sixty seven days - that's sum bobbing! Enjoyed this.....

Sandra

great imagination !

Kutamun

Feels like Deaths slinky embrace , but theres nothing to be afraid of , we westerners just dont handle it well , i sometimes feel

Karen S.

A most bittersweet goodbye... and yet still always moved and always wise and refreshed in knowing her way.

Theresa Milstein

Idea of 67 days is intriguing.

Tess Kincaid

I love the notion of timid eyebrows...lovely...

Bohemian NERD

Love the repetition, really connects the poem. I also enjoyed all the little details: timid eyebrows, yesterday's perfume, bangles are silent

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