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I am not a judge, but would be happy to help if I can!

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Hi David, thank you for your generous offer! Please reach out to us on our 'Contact Us' page and we would be happy to discuss it with you

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To love is too be human! It may be scary to open oneself up to it, but it is always worth it

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you write beautifully about what it is to love someone with scars no one can see

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Allergies have never sounded so beautiful!

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I love this so much, there is something about a mother's poetry that holds more pure love than any other poetry. Your children will always be your babies, no matter how old they grow!

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wow - this is haunting. I have a feeling your poem will stick with me for a long time

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I knew immediately from reading this that it was a song; your poetry has a lovely natural rhythm to it!

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I love your choice of form - a well-done poem!

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Thank you for parceling up this beautiful moment to share with the rest of us!

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This is so beautiful, your wisdom shines through in your writing!

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Your writing style is so beautiful, and your message is admirable

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I love the urgency in the pacing of this and how well it reflects your message.

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I love your use of the urns as a metaphor. The losses we experience never leave us, we keep them as talismans all our lives. The important thing to remember is that these urns are not reminders of a loss, they are talismans of a life 

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Your rhythm and wordplay is so light and playful, this was a joy to read!

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This reminds me of Percy Bysse Shelley's 'Ozymandias'. You have chosen a great poetic tradition to follow in discussing the immortality of art, and have done it very well

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Your handling of such a painful topic is truly admirable. I think all women know too well the feeling of never being good enough, and how deep that cuts for most of us.

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The message of your poem is so beautiful, and your work feels so refreshingly unique. Congratulations on a well-deserved runner-up spot!

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I think this is definitely something all women can relate to - how much we criticize and compare ourselves and our appearances. You have handled a complex issue with grace and humor. Congratulations on being a runner-up! 

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