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Baby Horton Hears Who


This is about waiting for the baby to be born.

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Leineco
 
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This is a very cute approach to the topic - using your daughter's married name as a catalyst for who and what the gestating baby is hearing.

Nicely done :-)


 Comment Written 10-Jun-2016



reply by the author on 11-Jun-2016
    Thank you for your very encouraging comments.
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Great job, just a very good contest piece. I am amazed at all the true poets there are in this world. Well done and good luck. Write On! VaV-VOOM!


 Comment Written 10-Jun-2016



reply by the author on 10-Jun-2016
    Thank you for the encouragement.

reply by VaV-VOOM on 10-Jun-2016
    Just great poetry; thank you! VaV-VOOM!
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This is fun to read. I like the idea of starting each stanza with the same phrase. You rhymed it well. You told about each of the people who is waiting for the arrival of the baby. Good job.


 Comment Written 10-Jun-2016



reply by the author on 10-Jun-2016
    Thank you for your positive comments.
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LOVE IT,That is how I felt when my daughter in law was expecting.Being a grandma is the best thing in life.Good poem.God Bless


 Comment Written 10-Jun-2016



reply by the author on 10-Jun-2016
    Thank you for the wonderful review and for the extra star.
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I have to admit, I love rhymes that are done well. You've brought a sense of whimsey to your story by including the theme of Horton and the Who. I love the idea. I really enjoyed reading this. It highlights how hard it is to wait, something I have felt 13 times so far. Good luck!


 Comment Written 10-Jun-2016



reply by the author on 10-Jun-2016
    Thank you for the wonderful supporting words and the extra star.
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Winslow
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Dear Mary,

Becoming a grand parent is indeed a great joy. Excellent rhyming, cadence, and flow in your poem. I like how you describe the melding of hearts.

Warm regards,

Winslow


 Comment Written 31-May-2016



reply by the author on 31-May-2016
    Thank you for your very positive review.
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Us Grammies wait excitedly for too for those nine months to pass. This is a sweet little contest entry. I love the ending - God's grace:)

Teresa


 Comment Written 31-May-2016



reply by the author on 31-May-2016
    Thank you for your understanding words.
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I don't know how this could have been written any better or any more clever for that matter! Everybody get 'in on' waiting for the baby, and especially the baby. You don't get that perspective very often. Last time I read anything close to this perspective was Pearl Buck (ya, I'm goin' clear back there). I can't remember the title but of course it was a great book. A good story for almost any age person. Loved it.
GoodHearted Woman
Marcia


 Comment Written 30-May-2016



reply by the author on 30-May-2016
    Thank you for such high praises.
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Good play on that much beloved Dr. Suess classic, 'Horton hears a Who';, Anonymous Poet. Funny that your daughter's married name is Horton, LOL.
Oh well... you can't win 'em all, right?

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 Comment Written 30-May-2016



reply by the author on 30-May-2016
    Thank for sending Horton with such a nice message.

reply by Dean Kuch on 30-May-2016
    It was entirely my pleasure.
    ~Dean :}
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This was a very pleasant read. The defined rhythm to each line mad it fun to read out loud. I hope there are many babies for your to cherish.


 Comment Written 30-May-2016



reply by the author on 30-May-2016
    Thank you for such a nice wish and for the very positive review.
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