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    Last edited by grant hayes; 12-25-2017, 07:28 PM.

  • #2
    You're stretching my brain Grant. Sorry, that's all I got!

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    • #3
      No worries, Bobby; it's not everyone's cup of tea. ☺

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      • #4
        As a cup f tea it is definitely from a fine blendno dded sugar will be required-seems to me a beautiful description of a lover watched while asleep. If there is more or I have missed the point please enlighten me

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        • grant hayes
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          Spot on, Parkinsonspoet ☺

      • #5
        Now that's some luxurious poetry right there Mr. Hayes. Yes it IS!!!!

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        • grant hayes
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          A luxury I cannot afford, perhaps, Rhymist.

      • #6
        Hello grant, A beautiful portrait of a reclining goddess. Stylish, moving and poetic. Regards, Tony.

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        • grant hayes
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          I have actually painted with words, at last, it would seem, Tony. I am glad you could see as I saw.

      • #7
        I was expecting this piece to be combustible but it's so smooth the words are almost melted or mixed like paint. Real artwork.

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        • #8
          It was the work of my morning train ride, lunar glide. I was pleased that a poem formed before me, rather than the typical box of odds and ends. ☺

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          • #9
            Wow. I find myself standing by the bed in filtered Sunlight staring at beauty beyond my deserving and I smile

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            • grant hayes
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              Ah, we see alike, rhymetime!

          • #10
            I was caught in a sand storm of poetry and suffocated]. Zesta Returned!!!

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            • #11
              I've heard that my pieces exert that suffocating effect, The second. Maybe asthma taught me, and I haven't known.

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              • The second
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                No!!!, for me your Poetry breathes! My son is an athlete and has asthma. He has been on inhaler meds since he was four. I love your stuff
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