PriscillaKing

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Priscilla King writes from the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia.

  April 2024     1 month ago

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What Adognut said. I've never been in Hong Kong and doubt I'd like it (I don't like New York) but these images are striking...the Ferris wheel, the preserved butterflies, "historic tattoos"...! 

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The feeling of love does cycle like dusk and dawn! Nice insight.

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Who knows which poems will outlast their authors? Probably not the ones that got most attention right away. I agree with this one. Better to write for the pleasure of writing. Fame may come now or later or never. 

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Photographs do fade slowly...a sad image to identify with the speaker.

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Lyrical...a sad song!

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"Graying hair, stiffening limbs, and maturing mind"...nice.

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Indeed! That's why bigger government will never be better government... government will always become just one more group who want to "have more" if not "have it all."

Good rhymes, too. 

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