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March 22, 2007

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Kimberley McGill

Welcome to Poetry Thursday! This is my second time posting, but I have been enjoying the poetry and information here for a while.

"Temporarily removed from our own need
To be repaired" - favorite line.

This poem speaks directly giving the reader a sense of how deeply denial can run - at least that's my take on it. Hope we hear more from you.

KG

Hi Kimberley — Thanks for your take on the poem!

Glad to hear you're doing Poetry Thursday, too. I'll be over to check out your poetry later today.

Tammy

Kristin, it's always a pleasure...Welcome! I loved this poem and agree with Kimberly about denial. Well done! xxoo

KG

Hi Tammy — Thanks for the welcome! It's great to have found another active, enthusiastic writers' community on the Web.

It's interesting to read your take on the poem in addition to Kimberley's. And I'll be over to read yours later today!

Crafty Green Poet

I like the way you've built your narrative here and your insights into how empty the promised of revolutions can be and how so often we barely even note anything that threatens our way of life.

KG

Craft Green Poet — You got it.

Thanks for sharing your insights into mine. I'll be over to visit your blog a bit later. Very nice to "meet" you!

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