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Love this story. Good for Belinda Inglis being her own person! A very well written family story which meets all the rules and requirements of the contest, and I wish success for your entry.
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Road to riches is a good story with a great lesson and moral, never cheat on women, there is no question of fear; I like the twist and the beginning, interesting middle and end; there is a nice rhyme in the development; well said, well done; post more. ALCREATOR LITT DEAR (D R)


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You managed to weave in cleverly, a bit sexual ambiguity, but also in your great conclusion of success on our very own site here at fanstory. You're writing predominantly prose now Jenny, and you're rather good at dear girl, well done, blessings Roy


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This poem is like a prayer to God, for God bless America, evil doers forget they also like in this God's Gifted planet, let protection of the Americans be for peace; let Americans trust God; well said, well done; post more. ALCREATOR LITT DEAR (D R)


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Rating of the poem Eastmost's in the West by lyenochka

Hi Helen,
Thank you for teaching the Peppered Pickle poetic form here. I'll have to try it. I found it interesting that parts of Alaska are so far west, they become east! I'll bet there are streams up there where you can still catch some fine trout. But everything's fished out in these parts.
I'll have to have a look on the map. I think Alaska is north of Canada's Yukon territory. The Yukon is sandwiched between Alaska and the Northwest Territories, and has Canada's highest peak... Mount Logan.
"Adak, formerly Adak Station, is a city located on Adak Island, in the Aleutians West Census Area, Alaska, United States. At the 2020 census the population was 171, down from 326 in 2010. It is the westernmost municipality in the United States and the southernmost city in Alaska."
I never realized that Alaska stretched so far west ... into the Near East! No wonder you started your poem off with that one word, "East".
Maine is very close to us, New Brunswick's neighbor. When I played soccer for the University of New Brunswick, back around 1971-72, we played a tournament in Presque Isle, Maine. And when my wife & I were married... September 13th, 1975... we honeymooned in Jackman, Maine, at a huge log lodge called "Sky Lodge". It was owned and operated by Ed and Ruthie Landgraf, who also owned a home in Florida on the Gulf side, Venice. You could look Sky Lodge up in the internet... beautiful spot. The town of Jackman operated it for a while, but I think it's privately owned again, and open to the public. It even has its own landing strip.
Nicely penned! Again, thanks for the new poetic form, and the geography lesson!
Hugs,
Kimbob



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