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Have You Ever Felt the Song Rise Beneath Your Feet?

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  • Sumyanna
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    Thank you so much AlexandratheLate.

  • Sumyanna
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    Thank you so much The second.

  • Sumyanna
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    Thank you MHenry. I did not know if others felt the same or not. I've always been that way. Too active an imagination - but for this type of thing, it suits me just fine :-)

  • Sumyanna
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    Thank you Graydon. I can't believe I haven't written for so long. It is nice to be back writing again.

  • AlexandratheLate
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    This is beautiful Sumyanna and I really like the way you immerse yourself with your words describing the whole experience, the smells, the colors, the feelings. :-).

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  • The second
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    Again Touched!!! Beautiful again and again!!!!!!

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  • MHenry
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    You are the actress in your own movie, Sumyanna, but your movie is a poem and you are the writer and subject. Whatever you write about, that is who you are when you write. That is a powerful way to write and can only result in meaningful and insightful works of art.

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  • graydon archer
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    I could not agree with grant's comment more! "Sumyanna, makes it absolutely imperative that you write poetry"! You are doing exactly what you were called to do... "find the beauty
    In everything you seek
    And seek –
    With open eyes."

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  • grant hayes
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    That you are so deeply involved with the world at every level, Sumyanna, makes it absolutely imperative that you write poetry. And you do. The world needs to be wooed into this kind of engagement with the Other.

  • Sumyanna
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    Oh so glad Grant. I don't know I have always seen this way. I drove my parents crazy growing up - always asking questions. When I write about a flower filled with dew and bowing over with the weight of the rain, I try to see within myself what it must feel like. The bend - the release and then the slow rise back again. I guess I see the whole picture, but also take things on a smaller scale. I stand back and say, gee - isn't that amazing. So glad you liked this.

  • Sumyanna
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    Thank you so much RhymeLovingWriter. So glad you like it :-)

  • grant hayes
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    I cannot say I had felt those things, Sumyanna, but now I have, through your lines; or, at least, I have a glimpse of what I've missed out on.

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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    This too, paints a pretty picture. Your pen-brush knows the canvas well!

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  • Sumyanna
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    I know it can sound odd - but through poetry I often feel like I can feel what cannot be felt. Almost feel as if I can embrace what it feels to be a cloud letting loose of its rains. Don't know if everyone feels this way - but I try really hard to imagine what it must be like - as if all characters in a poem are myself experiencing life. I find it oddly beautiful though - in those moments. I guess that is where my poetry happens :-)

  • Parkinsonspoet
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    The song thrills indeed. The pace is just right and the flows through my mind like a refreshing mountain stream. It engaged me with its beauty. Awesome

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