Npirandy's comments

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You are the master of poetic verse. Admittedly, I am but a humble blue collar bloke who sometimes fails to understand legendary references. That doesn't make this any less enjoyable. You were worried about a comma. Sometimes, I don't even know if I need a period! 

1 day ago

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Yup. Silence is golden.
I heard that somewhere.

2 days ago

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Thanks John, but the competition was just too stiff for my effort.
Incidentally, it would be nice to know how many times we get pinned because I got bupkus in votes.

2 days ago

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Why is it you always have better stories than I. Especially when I probably have at least 25 years on you. I always thought that I had led an eventful life.

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This poem refers to a period early on that demonstrated the fear of rejection that terrorized young teens. But I learned early on that girls loved guys who could dance. Since I loved girls, I went on a mission to "be all I could be" by learning how to dance. I became the Gene Kelly of the dance floor. The girls came to me to ask me to dance! Boy I miss those days! Now I can barely walk.
By the way, my wife hated the poem, especially the part about stopping to pass gas. She's a good woman, but an ivory princess who wouldn't say "shit" if she had a mouthful. She said, "Well I guess it's a guy thing". Duhhh!
Oh well, on to the next contest.
Good job this month My Brother!
Randy
 

2 days ago

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Thanks so much!

3 days ago

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I fully understand your plight. I believe people should be allowed to choose there own way. As long as they don't try to shove it down my throat.

3 days ago

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Thanks for your vision Arie. I believe people should be able to be what they CHOOSE to be, as long as they don't try to SHOVE it down my throat.

3 days ago

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I made mention to his baby blue eyes. For that reason, I named him Frankie. Something the youngsters today can't relate to.

8 days ago

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Thanks Susan. That's really sweet of you! I do think your exuberance may have gotten a slight boost from an adult beverage.

8 days ago

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Congratulations Debra. This paints an exquisite picture of a lovely lady. The imagery is first rate.

9 days ago

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I absolutely knew you had written this one when I read it. I have grown to recognize your style, and I love it! Keep up the good work

9 days ago

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It's really nice to see you recognized again. Your talent has not gone unnoticed. Congrats!! Remind me not to get on your wrong side.

9 days ago

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Man! It was a hard choice this month. Yours was very nearly my top pick. We'll done indeed.

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Well done old friend! It's about time you were awarded again for your mastery of rhyme and meter. But I was unaware of your plight. You have obviously PREVAILED!

9 days ago

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You did it again! This was one of my favorites. Quite an accomplishment since there were some GREAT ones this month.

9 days ago

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This month had sooo many worthy entries that I found it difficult to choose just one. So I decided to vote for the most UNIQUE one of the bunch. This was too clever to pass up.

9 days ago

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That's so nice of you to say. Thanks for sharing.

15 days ago

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It's nice to see you in the credits again, but I think your rhythm and rhyme bought higher praise than you received.

1 month ago

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As a vet myself, I can appreciate the sentiment. This is a very poignant piece. Good job and congratulations.

1 month ago

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You busted onto the scene with a 2nd place finish. Good work

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Congrats Susanna! You had my vote this month.

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Well structured and sentimental.

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One of our neighbors had 3 daughters that I pretty much grew up with. The last one of the girls was special needs. When we were older, and the oldest daughter got married. The youngest kept coming to me to dance every time the band played at the reception. It made me feel like a king. 

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Thanks for reading and taking time to comment

1 month ago

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