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    July 2016
    “Organizing is what you do before you do something, so that when you do it, it is not all mixed up.” —A. A. Milne   I wrote my novel by the seat of my pants. I created characters I was in love with, and I let them...
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  • November 2014
    Philippa--So looking forward -- :)
  • November 2014
    Donna, Thank you so much for stopping by to comment. It means the world to me that you love the poems!
  • November 2014
    Thanks for the compliment, David.
  • October 2014
    In Another Dimension is an excellent poem. "An exhausted cloud passed out in the courtyard With a thunderbolt curled up by its side." Fantastic verse. Surrealism at its best.
  • October 2014
    I think this is such a beautiful, articulate description of what can be a daunting task... organizing poems written at different times, from different aspects of ourselves, into a cohesive collection. Your poems are exquisite, Melissa... and I am...
  • October 2014
    I'll be interested in your opinion Melissa. Thank you so much, always a red letter day! I was going to make a similar comment to David, about the difficulty of what might be called the God semantics. If anything his poem reflected an integration...
  • October 2014
    replaced *them* with a skirt
  • October 2014
    Hi David--Thanks for posting you poem. I enjoyed it. The only reason I felt you needed to be countered is that you made a judgment based on one poem without really taking into account the nuances of the collection and what the concept of god...
  • October 2014
    Thank you, Philippa. I so appreciate it, and I just ordered your book! 

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