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  • grant hayes
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    Sorry, John, I missed your comment. Thank you for reading, as always, so sympathetically. Yes, it is an exhortation to a certain kind of attitude and action, as you observe. I once wrote a small suite of poems using these sorts of neologisms, but I can't find it. I shall keep looking.

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  • John Wertz
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    Quite a packed-in-olive-oil image, MHenry.

  • John Wertz
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    A call to optimism, yes, but more a memorable call to action. Terrific!

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  • grant hayes
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    Optimism for pessimists: I like that, Katray. Thank you!

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  • grant hayes
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    Thank you for re-reading, imrogue. I am gruntled about that!

  • grant hayes
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    Thank you, Alexandra! It's not always minor chords I play.

  • Katray
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    A call for optimism that a pessimist can understand; quite an amazing feat you have accomplished!

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  • Suz-zen
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    Has grant come to the ZEN-side? in ZEN mind: existence is inherently paradoxical....I read recently something that tickled me... i paraphrase:
    When I say the direct opposite of any statement is equally true, and someone replies 'Oh no it isnt!', I laugh and agree, because nothing is absolute.

  • Suz-zen
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    Last night I was reading Feck more as Effect and then..... F*** !
    So now with the explanation of opposite of the weak-willed i am able to glean a new perspective! Thanks!

  • Suz-zen
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    This is a wonderful world in this poem!

  • imrogue
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    Nice one Grant! I had to reread and oh, how I wish to unsign those check! lol

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  • AlexandratheLate
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    Grant I like your playful side but in grant-like style - you play with our minds and intrigue us -- love this.

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  • grant hayes
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    Thank you, Dwayne. Fun and contemplation are an agreeable mix, I think.

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  • DWAYNE
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    This rhyme requires contemplation.

    Love the double meaning here, toying with diction. Fun read!

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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    Actually, now that you mention it, I can hear it!
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