by Gary Hardaway
I like this piece. Made me think of Catullus. No waste here. Especially like the strong image of the closing couplet. *
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I like this thought.
Does it happen all at once, or is this a process, accelerating with age?*
Thank you, Sam, Christopher, Susan, Amanda, Jake, Carol, and Gary for the readings and comments.
If this is recycle, it's great! Metaphysical and thought provoking. *
Thank you, Michael.
*, Gary. It anticipates a regeneration as if there is a limited number of atoms and they must be recycled and put to re-use.
Thank you, David.
Nicely put, Gary. *
I like it! However, I'd like to explore some new possibilities before I die :>)
I like the way you create these very vivid small things.
enjoyed the poem immensely, gary. to the point, clever, doesn't get carried away with itself. the title for whatever reason didn't grab me but that's most likely because i'm missing some sort of significance there.
Thank you, Marcelle, Foster, Patti, Michelle, and Loyola.