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Talking
Softly
Touching

Wishing
Blissfully
Dreaming

Breeze
Stirs
Memories

Moths
Flickering
Light

Summer
Eve
Envelopes

Wanting
You
Smile

Kissing
Hair
Hiding

Shimmering
Stars
Witness


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The following comments are for "First/Last/Always"
by Philo

Beads
An imagery laddder...Imaginary Catenary... I like giving names to cool stuff.

T!

( Posted by: Teflon [Member] On: October 14, 2004 )

really nice Philo,
I thouroughly enjoyed this poem and all the words I felt...very well done!!! Kudos for the wonderful brevity.

Darlene ;-)

( Posted by: dareva [Member] On: October 14, 2004 )

My Thanks
Clearly, I should check my email more often. I appreciate your kind words and your time.

Imaginary Catenary! Brilliant! -Philo

( Posted by: Philo [Member] On: October 17, 2004 )

nice
I really enjoyed this. and thanks for commenting on my poem (A Poem Written in Calc), what you said was helpful.

( Posted by: debatertwig67 [Member] On: November 2, 2004 )

first/last/always
Philo,

What an interesting way to put together words. I love the grouping, you did an incredible job with so few words. Good job!!!

Nae

( Posted by: nae411 [Member] On: January 26, 2005 )

debatertwig67 and Nae
debatertwig67 please forgive my tartiness in thanking you. It seems to me that postings are like flowers, you need to go and tend to them now and then. I'm glad I could help.

Nae, you spoil me with your attention and kind words. I tried to play with the groups of three so that every word was like a line, and each group told part of the story.

I also tried to make the first two and last to words in each group work as a separate phrase as well. And finally, I wanted to set a very slow pace, like stepping stones in a Japanese garden. Each step has something nice to see. -Philo

( Posted by: Philo [Member] On: January 27, 2005 )





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