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Very thoughtful how we employ our frontal lobe of cortical consciousness and, even more revealingly so, our unconscious hindbrain dream state, to express and share our subjective thoughts with other thoughtful minds to elevate us all to even higher states of endorphin consciousness. Thank you. P.S: See my poem, “The Substrate of Subjective Human Consciousness.” 

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Vincent, you’re approaching 86 and I am approaching 89, both of us writing for many years. I like your exploration of the “it” and ITS antecedent (better left unexpressed). If I may dare suggest sir, your it antecedent exploration appears to have a Taoist flavor to it, a theme in a number of my online poems on poetry.com. 

4 days ago

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Sorry, I meant to suggest transforming your poem into a five-stanza rhyming quatrain. Great job!

13 days ago

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I love this one-stanza rhyming poem about a train ride and would enjoy it even more if you were to edit it by transforming it into a four-stanza quatrain. Why don’t you consider doing so? Thank you very much. 

13 days ago

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The Way of Nature is like an un-carved block that needs no polishing.

14 days ago

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Beautiful. You have 26 lines of rhyming poetry that when transformed by editing can become 13 lovely couplets. Please try it. Then your creative efforts at poetry will be even more powerful.

16 days ago

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Good parsimonious use of sentence structure to depict both contrast and emphasis.

16 days ago

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This poem aptly portrays the daunting dystopia demeanor of a defeated debutante disgraced, deliberating decadence.

16 days ago

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I invite you to check out my poetic contributions on poetry.com

16 days ago

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The adverse conjunctive ‘adverbial ‘but’ serving post-positionally to engender reflection not to cloud the billowy mind …but — to elevate it celestially.

16 days ago

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Amen!

18 days ago

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Love the metaphors. Seeds need fertile soil. Love needs constant nourishment. Caretakers need to provide these. All benefit from this harvesting.

20 days ago

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Who are we to say where Thought or Mind is universally housed?

20 days ago

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Acceptance is the positive side of its cohort rejection. A great message.

20 days ago

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To know thyself is perhaps the greatest task of human consciousness.

21 days ago

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So zen-like is the thought of this honeysuckle poem, nature finding its own balance.

22 days ago

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The Way is an enigma, like a circle with no beginning and no ending.

26 days ago

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Thank you Gisela. The two emotions, ever shifting, are resident within the human soul.

1 month ago

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The moving finger having writ moves on.

1 month ago

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Thank you, Susan. See my additional lines to the poem.

1 month ago

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So delightfully musically lyrical. Should be sung and accompanied by harp.

1 month ago

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Nice. Perhaps for young children the greatest superhero is Santa Claus.

1 month ago

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Thank you kindly commenting on a subject of long-standing philosophical interest for decades if not centuries.

1 month ago

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Prayer has the potential of returning all to a state of healing wholesomeness.

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Shema Ysrael Adonai Eloheinu Adonai Echad!

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