Thank you again. I have dug up an old floppy disc of poems that I liked enough to keep, and I'm glad that I did. I am very happy to find out that it can be enjoyed by others. I sure enjoyed writing them, and when I read them back to myself, for the most part I have a good feeling about them. But after a while you start to wonder if you haven't forced them to grow on yourself, if only to pat yourself on the back. I love seeing others enjoy it, too. I wish I knew about this site six months ago. There is some really awesome work at this site, and I'm glad a few awesome poets actually like my poems. I guess that's a long enough post this time around. Thanks again, all. Tyson
Tyson, I had to reply to this yet another time as I have come back and read it numerous times since your posting. It is so romantically beautiful...isn't that what true love is all about, no regrets, no need for words?
------------------ "In the depths of winter, I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer" ~Albert Camus
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