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Bri Edwards
Bri Edwards Eureka / United States, 68
Profession :
retired usps clerk
Education :
quit college

About Me : added Sept. 23, 2015: I AM A JOKESTER, BUT IM OFTEN SERIOUS AS WELL. if you have doubts about whether my writing is serious OR not, please ask. Even some ... more »

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  • POEM: The Frog And The Tarantula by Stephen Katona (5/23/2016 11:18:00 PM)

    SE Peru is a bit too far....
    if one walks (got no car) .

    And if I sat on a hill of ants....
    I'd suffer bites inside my pants....
    UNLESS, I too, got a tarantula....,
    but maybe it's a bad idea. Duh! ! !

    Well done poem and interesting poet's note. Thanks.

    I really enjoyed rhyming, especially eggs/dregs. But rhyming would have been tough in last couplet if they lived in Zambia; you got lucky.

    To MyPoemList.


    Welcome back. :)

  • POEM: Stolen Flowers And The Broken Honeycomb by Bharati Nayak (5/21/2016 11:58:00 PM)

    Oops! ! When I typed story, my mate's tablet changed story to stolen,

    : ( bri

  • POEM: Stolen Flowers And The Broken Honeycomb by Bharati Nayak (5/21/2016 11:52:00 PM)

    Of bees.... perhaps. You DID use of in the welcomed poet's note, so I guess just an oversight in the email

    I may never have used the verb 'rue', though I've heard it used sometimes, so I had to look it up in a paper dictionary to see that your usage was correct. Bingo! A perfect word to use.

    This brings to mind the stolen of the man who RUED having no shoes. Then he saw a person with no feet.

    This is another for MyPoemList.
    Thanks. Bri


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