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  • Tanner
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    Grant the many facets of your great talent reflect light in all directions! Words not excavated from your usual trove of delights, but full of a profound simplicity that enthrals. Just Lovely!!!!!

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  • grant hayes
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    These sighworthy words from the other side of a painting seem to have really spoken, Alexandra. Thank you so much for engaging with this piece, and I am glad you enjoy it!

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  • AlexandratheLate
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    I agree with all the comments -- your work always shines Grant but this one is so romantic and capturing -- a peek at a different playful, romantically emotive side to you. Love it!! I could read this over and over and never tire of reading it!!! Sighs!!! :-)

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  • grant hayes
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    Sighs are good, Rhymist. I'll gladly accept sighs.

  • grant hayes
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    Many thanks, Maestro! I have been influenced by a number of poets here to explore such different approaches. I actually feel happy with this one.

  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    This is another one of those poem I just want to fall into...many, many sighs (my version of kudos, likes, huzzahs and strewth all rolled up into one)!

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  • MHenry
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    This is beautiful and interesting, grant, a departure from your usual fare in that it is strictly structured and accessible, and not a departure in that it is a superior work of art carefully crafted! Grantastical!

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  • grant hayes
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    You're welcome, O serene apostle of Selene. Thank you for reading!

  • grant hayes
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    Thank you kindly, Muttado. Yep, the structure is well and truly en face with this one. Still can't turn a ha'sonnet though!

  • lunar glide
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    oh yes! i felt the bite of creativity reading this one thank you!

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  • grant hayes
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    Thank you, Rhymist! I wanted to instil some order in my rowdy lexical irregulars and turn them into a disciplined poetical unit.

  • Muttado1sb
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    Wow, grant. Wonderful poem. I love how you constructed it.

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  • grant hayes
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    This is more evenly structured than my typical fare, Graydon. I thought it would be interesting to look out from behind the painted interface, rather than look at it. Thank you, sir, for your appreciation!

  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    Oh my goodness Grant - I get CHILLS reading this. It is achingly beautiful!

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  • graydon archer
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    Wonderfully written as usual, grant! Monet was, arguably, perhaps the one artist that changed the face of Impressionism. Kudos poet!

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