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  • Suz-zen
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    @lunar glide!!! i love that huqalya is on your list...... if i could have fit that into my poem along with Delphi I would have.... i will review the periodic table... not my specialty... thank you for sharing LG!

  • lunar glide
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    beyond impressed RLW!!! i stared at it a while before even reading. ok. hurqalya is on my list of favorite words. I also love the names of certain elements chosen for the periodic table.

  • Suz-zen
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    well, ennui is one of my top 5!! Don't you have some that just sound, feel and taste good ?!?!?! I wonder if the others here have any faves?? lunar glide, grant hayes @ tanner? rhymetime Bison DWAYNE MHenry? and MH do not say CAKE!! AlexandratheLate @ParkinsonPoet and the rest!!!

  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    Thank you so much Suz-zen! I don't think I knew that was one of the top 5 favorite words. I wonder if I have those? Never stopped to consider before. Yes, I am definitely in the spring season of my poetry and enjoying the profusion. Since I'll be driving four days out of five - I doubt much writing will get done, but everything is fodder for the poetry mill, so we'll see what develops. Many thanks for the look, like, and another generous comment!

  • Suz-zen
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    RhymeLovingWriter you are blowing my mind!!! This is really out of this world! Ditto what the others have said and add, you used one of top 5 favorite words: ennui!!

    keep writing even though you will be offline!! Your poetry garden has so many seeds and is blooming so beautifully with flowers the likes of which i have never seen.

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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    Thank you AG. You know it is poets here in the zone, like you, who inspire me to keep trying new things. I'm glad you liked it. Thank you for the look, like, and your generous comment!

  • AlexandratheLate
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    I also am at a loss of words. The format, the execution -- simply outstanding!! Many more likes needed.

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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    MHenry - you too have been profuse in your kind observations - thank you! 'Eye-popping' seems superlative profound - right up there with 'strewth'! I'm not sure I could do this on a daily basis - it took most of the evening to finish this after the original concept was planted as seed in my poetry garden. For symmetry's sake, I'll need to find some twelve line or twelve point format if I follow that route. I have another idea - to do something in this form - in rhyme - though not nearly as long. It will likely have to wait for the 'morrow. Then I'll be off-line from mid-Tuesday through next weekend (another one of my summer trips - nearly the last for this year). Many thanks again - for reading and always encouraging me and giving me great ideas on how to grow my skills further.

  • MHenry
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    This is eye-popping stuff, RLW! The visual appeal alone could fell most readers, but those who can avoid buckled knee at the sight would read this piece and marvel at its beauty and wit. Were you to pair these daily observations with the zodiac, I believe you could have a syndicated daily column in the national news.

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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    Just making magic with words is all.

  • grant hayes
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    I should probably add a Strewth! once my dropped jaw has recovered some functionality.

  • grant hayes
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    I'm kind of lost for words, Rhymist. The conception, the execution, the wit, the references, the sheer inventiveness ... all leave Likes in the dust. What in heaven's name you doing here, girl?

  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    To say mere 'thank you' seems insufficient. I guess the time spent was worth it then? Thank you for your constantly gracious and encouraging comments. They do keep me wanting to reach higher heights each time I set fingers to keyboard or pen to paper.

  • grant hayes
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    Reading this be like:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYS5W4jnAt8

    minus the tomb of Balin, unless it be my own tomb as I lay down my pen, felled by awed stupefaction.

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  • grant hayes
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    Well, there's an eye-opener.

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