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Liilia Morrison
Liilia Morrison Miami Beach / United States, Female, 79
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  • POEM: A Simple Life by Margaret O Driscoll (1/22/2016 4:22:00 PM)

    This poem had me glued to each word and I could so clearly picture the woman, the room, the furniture, everything. Each moment had real reason - what a great reward for living a simple, uncomplicated life. Porridge, solid and sparse furnishings, eiderdown and sheepskin rug, Holly leaves and bark of birch - ah, so reminds me of those days in Estonia. Thank you for this most beautiful painting in words of a person who surely must live or have lived as her Maker intended. Love it very much, Margaret.

  • POEM: Not In Confusion Now by Kumarmani Mahakul (1/22/2016 4:15:00 PM)

    Wow. All I can say is that your voice is amazing in its positive tones. It radiates warmth that is a reflection of you glowing in the light of faith and love. Each line precious. Love the following in particular:
    We have to gather fragrances sure
    Faith revives with new ideas here.
    So glad your strong voice is part of the poetic community and the world. No confusion there!

  • POEM: We Are Ever Ready To Sing by Kumarmani Mahakul (1/20/2016 8:56:00 AM)

    The title of this poem immediately caught my eye. Each stanza is more beautiful as they move along. What a loving and spiritual feel you have of us who live on this planet. And to sing day and night to the one who created all this - what better thing to do? You have a very gentle and kind voice in your poem and it deserves not only a 10 but to be remembered and lived by, too.

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