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  • (1/21/2009 2:43:00 PM)

    Absolutely delightful piece, wonderfully imaginative and sensitive. Such a lovely surprise after sifting through so many other pieces on the board today which were lacklustre and uninspired. I hope it's okay if I point out that this would be even more wonderful if there was a bit of editing? I noticed a few spelling errors but nothing which mar the elegance of this lovely work. Kudos to you for bringing a little bit of rainbow-coloured mysticism to the reader. We could all do with a bit more of this, I think.

  • POEM: A Leaf Refuses To Fall by Sonny Rainshine (1/11/2009 4:57:00 PM)

    Beautiful piece of poetry. My favourite bit is the second stanza which brings about the image of a lone soldier staggering across a body-clogged field, still ready for a fight. After I read it, I looked out my window and spotted one single poplar leaf holding on to the branch for dear life. A flickering soldier bent on springtime. Am thoroughly enjoying your work and will continue on with reading it...

  • POEM: I Cannot Return by Adeline Foster (8/22/2008 6:13:00 PM)

    Adeline, this is absolutely beautiful. It made me feel a little weepy, if you must know, because we are currently in the dogs days of summer and I know that those carefree, wanderlust days are about to shorten and cool, leaving no fruit behind. I hate to use the phrase 'bittersweet', but that's what this is, as the writer seems proud of the memories, but slightly mournful that they are in fact 'memories', though she is willing to share. Gorgeous. I think you have captured the Canadian North perfectly, making it seem sweet and tender with every colour and word. I have read a few of your pieces, and this one is definitely my favourite so far.

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