Susan.brumel's comments

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Thank you so much. As always, I appreciate your kind words and support. It was such a beautiful image stored in my memory, I wanted to share it. I’m grateful so many people were moved by it.

2 days ago

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John, I’m not sure how I missed this one, but I love it. My younger son says he remembers being in the womb, (he has a vivid imagination) and he describes it as you do in your poem.
The description of the baby at its mother’s breast took my breath away, and right back to the moments after my sons were born. Thank you! 

3 days ago

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Thank you so much for your kind words. They are very much appreciated. I look forward to reading your poetry as well.

3 days ago

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I enjoyed your poem very much. Many of my poems are spiritual as well.

3 days ago

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Thank you so much!

4 days ago

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I agree!

5 days ago

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Thank you, John. I’m so happy you appreciate it. It’s one of my favorites.
I can no longer see a cloud sitting in front of the sun, or an over-easy egg on a plate, without thinking about this poem. Which, is simply about hope…I always try to keep it in my sight line.
Thank you for your vote, my friend. 

5 days ago

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That is also my favorite line of the poem! Bravo, my friend

5 days ago

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I wish my commentary matched yours in its eloquence. But sadly, it doesn’t, so I will say in my own way- I love this poem! I like its traditional style, its imagery, and the imagination it took to write it. Gives the brain a healthy twist, in the discovery of what’s transpiring on the page. Great piece, John. Thank you for sharing it. 

6 days ago

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Randy! This is a beautiful, heartfelt poem about your little buddy. I can relate so well to the bond you shared, and the loss you felt. I also read through many of your other poems, and I must say your talent is remarkable! Plus, you’re a really good guy :) 

11 days ago

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Thank you so much. I’m very happy you enjoyed it. I spent much time watching my infant grandson observing the movements of his hands and fingers. It was fascinating. I appreciate your support of my work.

12 days ago

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Thank you for your very kind words of support! Much appreciated :)

12 days ago

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Thank you, my friend. :)

12 days ago

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Thank you, Kim!

12 days ago

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I absolutely love this piece. I feel like I knew your grandmother. Great work.

12 days ago

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Empowering poem, Steve. Great piece.

12 days ago

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Thank you! I loved your entry!

12 days ago

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Thank you, Lillian. I’m so happy my poem spoke to you in that way. My infant grandson, three already! inspired it. Thank you for your support. Means a lot to me.

12 days ago

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Thank you so much for your thoughtful words. I understand your comment. So happy you enjoyed it!

12 days ago

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Thank you so much for your kind words. I really appreciate them.

12 days ago

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Thank you! I’m so happy you enjoyed it. Means a lot to me.

12 days ago

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Thank you so much! Your support means so much to me.

12 days ago

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Hahaha. You’re so funny. Thank you. Not too shabby yourself. Great poem.

12 days ago

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Unusual subject matter, excellent rhythm and rhyme, efficiently written- and very relatable this week as I am in South Carolina battling the mosquito! Made me chuckle. Great job.

12 days ago

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My pleasure, Robert. They are filled with wisdom and are beautifully penned. :)

28 days ago

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