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Sunshine
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25 posted 01-12-2000 02:14 PM       View Profile for Sunshine   Email Sunshine   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Sunshine's Home Page   View IP for Sunshine

This was quite moving - someday you must tell me what you drew on to write so convincingly...

 Sunshine
Look, then, into thine heart, and write ~~~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow


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26 posted 01-12-2000 06:54 PM       View Profile for Severn   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Severn

Wow - thankyou everyone for your amazingly kind response to this, you are my friends one and all.

Nate - thankyou - though there is little imagination involved in this one.  

Denise - thankyou!! I hope so too.

Sy - my friend - thanks - I do so like to be diverse!!

FKnight - that is a lovely sentiment and I appreciate it - it is just that I cannot fully embrace that...   Thankyou

Dear 'deer - Kind Sir - you are so welcome, but I thankYOU for your understanding and for liking this so much - that means a lot. I do have that longing for a 'real' home - but being here with you guys would definitely in part answer FKnight's suggestion - where my heart is.

Corinne - this compliment has totally overwhelmed me - thankyou very much, though I feel undeserving. ~Bowing~  

Martie my friend - you know you always make me feel very loved and help me to believe in myself - thankyou. ~Hugs~

Satiate - such high praise has me blushing again. Thankyou!

KP - Wow! Thanks! Oh - and welcome to Passions.

Darling Dark - Thankyou!!! Affirmations!

Marge(y) - you are a comfort to me, you really are. Thankyou.

Lizzy - Thankyou!! To have another second home with you is such a blessing, I feel so loved - and I know you mean it - let's just hope I can get to the US, yes?!

Ruth - thankyou my friend - your faith in me is a real gift.  

Sally - thanks - that is really nice.

PdV - with such encouragement how could I not? Thankyou.

Michael - Wow! thankyou!   I KNOW you will have that feeling soon - I just know it.

Thankyou Shannon - dear reader. That you choose to read my work is such encouragement to me - and I am glad you have your home.

Ted - empathy is a true comfort!

Mirjam - you are one of the dearest friends I have ever had - thankyou, shining angel.

Helmut - wow - that is a big move indeed. On that scale I cannot imagine - I just have little moves, little and too often. Thanks!

Patch - Yes - it is hard - I'm 24, I've moved 42 times - in the process of moving again, right now. Thankyou.   (Smile of shared empathy!)

Caro - you are indeed a poetic Kindred Spirit - and in this as well. I hope you get your heart's desire also, my friend.

Nan - words I will treasure (just wish I could lay down and sleep there!!!) Thankyou!  

Why Toe - thankyou...

Sunshine - just my life experience and the feelings contained within. Thankyou so much.

K


 
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