..sometimes the gaps & spaces are as eloquent as the words-as is in your well phrased poem here..many thanks..
I know this feeling. So very out of place! Well done. Thanks for sharing that with OSI.
I am laughing, but I do feel your distress. Priceless!
so few words that say so much. Great stuff. Thank you
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Ah, this is great!
Love this. Now I want to know what happened next!
an embarrassing moment, no doubt, but perfectly represented.
i really love this & your blog, thank you.
ha! I do wish it was summer, though. :)
This is clever..
Dear new friend of www.futureprimitive.orgAnother great interview-podcast. This time a interesting gaialogue with with Miriam SaganMiriam Sagan is the author of over twenty books, including a memoir, Searching for a Mustard Seed : A Young Widow’s Unconventional Story (Winner best Memoir from Independent Publishers, 2004). Her poetry includes Rag Trade, The Widow’s Coat, and The Art of Love.In this interview she talks about literature as defiance, community, and her experience of writing in close relationship to Nature, among other topics...http://www.futureprimitive.org/interviews/120Warm regards Jose Luis G. SolerProduction Assistantfutureprimitive.firstname.lastname@example.org
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