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In Silent Echo

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Kit McCallum
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25 posted 12-13-2001 06:55 AM       View Profile for Kit McCallum   Email Kit McCallum   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Kit McCallum

Mistletoe Angel: Thank you sweet Noah I'm OK just doing a little reflection at this time of year, many hugs in return.  

rosepetals25:  Thank you for the kind words Tara, big hugs back to you!  

Irish Rose:  There is often much behind the words that surface now and again, thank you for your understanding Kathleen, hugs to you!  

Sven:  Thank you for letting me know you enjoyed that line Sven sometimes nothing feels real to me, and that line did actually evolve from that feeling. Big hugs!  

Tracey:  I'm glad you enjoyed and could relate to this piece Tracey. We do need to wallow in those feelings once in a while when they surface. Many thanks and hugs.  

Shadowed_Innersense:  What a lovely response Shadowed_Innersense. Welcome to Passions, and thank you for such a wonderful comment. Hugs to you!  

Startime:  I find I'll often do the same thing Karen I think that's why I end up writing so many story poems of inspiration they often quell the sad ones for a time. Big hugs for your understanding.  

Janet Marie:  Your beautiful comments always make me smile JM thank you for these lovely words my friend. I do like to take that pen out for a stretch now and again for a little exercise, LOL. Big hugs to you!  

Eloise:  Thank you so much for the kind thoughts Eloise, I'm glad you enjoyed this piece. Many hugs!  

Larry C:  We do all land there on occasion Larry and when we do, I find it does help to write it out. I'm glad you liked the formatting, much appreciated. Hugs to you!  

Sudhir Iyer:  Always wonderful to hear from you Sudhir, and thank your for your warm regards, many hugs to you!  

True Reflections:  Thank you for this lovely comment Roger I'm glad I was able to capture these aspects you noted through this piece, big hugs!  

Marge Tindal:  You do so much already Marge and yet somehow, dear heart, I know you "will" continue to gather more in. Big hugs to you for your wonderful heart!  

Vandana: I'm glad you enjoyed Vandana thanks so much, hugs to you!  

Sunshine:  I'm glad you enjoyed the variation Karilea. Every once in a while I have to force myself away from the rhythm of the ballad and stretch my pen a bit. Thanks for enjoying big hugs to you!  

Seymour Tabin:  Awww, thank you Sy I think only another poet can see so deeply into the heart of another. I'm glad you are a kindred heart, many hugs to you!  

Southern:  That must have been a bit of a shocker Suthern, LOL.  I was calling you from a distance, and I'm so glad you answered the call. What a lovely comment you've warmed my heart, thank you. Big, big hugs!  

Catalinamoon: Although I wish you did not know this feeling Sandra, I do appreciate knowing that I am not alone. Thank you for letting me know this touched you sending big hugs your way!  

Charisma:  Thank you so much for letting me know this moved your heart Charisma, very much appreciated, big hugs to you!  

Enchantress:  I'm glad you enjoyed this change of style Nancy. Every once in a while I like to play with different rhythms and formats, even a limerick or two, just to get a little exercise, lol. Much appreciated, big hugs!  

JamesMichael:  Thank you for enjoying this piece James, I'm glad you liked the expression in this piece. Big hugs to you!  

Vlraynes:  Thank you so much for the kind words Vicky, I'm glad this piece came across in this way, many hugs to you!  

Balladeer:  Oh, I'm glad you liked that line Michael. It was the line that started this piece the other words were built around it. Thanks for letting me know sweet poet. Big, big hugs to you!  

Amusemi:  LOL and thank you for that comment Amusemi, it is very much appreciated, hugs to you!  

Much appreciation to all
/Kit
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Very powerful stuff. Deep inner longing I get from it. I think you stole it from my life....  

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27 posted 08-05-2005 12:48 AM       View Profile for Mysteria   Email Mysteria   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Mysteria

I have no idea how I missed this before, but considering I could have written this word for word, (that is if I could write like this I mean.)  I am glad I found it now.  I have the same problem no one listens to me, no one!

I give up looking for the animal vs man poem will wait I guess (not my nature) but I will wait.
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