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posted by Bill | 8:21 AM
lovely stuff here as usual Billjohn
...and the value of "she tells?" She likes that poem, in its whole.Nice! _m
Hmmmm, how would that feel. i'm not quite shure what to think about that. But great haiku Bill.
She didn't like it entirely ? Is it the same for the man ?
Thanks, guys. I wanted this to be just a little enigmatic.
Super! I love the sense of gentle rebuff - but then the longer lingering sense of better to be loved for at least something than nothing.
yes the mystery is in the space in between ... the parts she liked vs not like, ambivalence, other emotions ... i cant helping thinking if its an haiku liking parts is a biggie ! lovely to read you again >>> Gina
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