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  • grant hayes
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    It was heartfelt, actually; thank you, Lady of Empathy!

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  • Sumyanna
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    Wow - strong imagery! Love this. Heartfelt.

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  • grant hayes
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    You have made a poetic palace of The Dump, Tanner. Salutes and not enough Zestas!

  • grant hayes
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    Started with a nest of stings and ended with a puff of needles - in the EYE. I should have just posted a pic of St Sebastian, martyr of barbs, and left it at that.

    But seriously, thank you, Alexandra, for your encouragement. ☺

  • grant hayes
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    Thank you, Dwayne. Yes, one can say 'I felt really down', and such concision is perfectly apt for quotidian contexts, but if one is ludicrous, one can also resort to preposterous dissections of the moment to no good purpose.

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  • DWAYNE
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    I will not go stanza by stanza with the depth and eloquence of this piece.

    This is brilliant.

    Common themes, uncommonly addressed!

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  • Tanner
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    I am
    At The Dump. please visit.

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  • MHenry
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    If you aren't back in 24 hours, we will send in the boys with the pick axes.

  • Tanner
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    The intoxication of GRANTIAN MUSINGS, "dysgenic dirt effacing" et al. The confluences of imageries delight. I am going to try and rework some of this Tanner-like. I am going to have
    to find specialized tools to enter this denseness. It is too easy to suffocate in your intense uttterings. Wish me well on this perilous journey.

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  • AlexandratheLate
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    I loved those lines too especially -- the entire nest of stings returned too strong-- I could feel that. Amazing words.

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  • grant hayes
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    Another (g)RANT(ian success). Thank you, MHenry; the first lines are probably the best.

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  • MHenry
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    For the love of a woman, lost, I wander dusty streets fencing windmills...
    This is one more grantian success in a long line of grantian successes!
    I love your opening lines, grant, especially 3 and 4.

    Love’s hindseen bubble moment
    had floated my blindness to contentment
    when the put-off press of sorrows, yes,
    the entire nest of stings, returned
    too strong,

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  • grant hayes
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    My beloved Dylan T!

  • grant hayes
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    I tend to have trouble keeping dust and dirt out of my verse, second. Death tends to hang around too, though gentlemanly. Glad it spoke to you!

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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    Do not go gentle...

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