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Susan Larson

In Sunset's Arms by Mrs. KT

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What a beautiful vision of two people in love walking hand in hand into the sunset of their lives together. The soft sepia tone of the picture adds to the sentiment of your words. Good luck in the contest.
Comment Written by Susan Larson on 10-Aug-2020

What about Larry by Lisa Wharton

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What a great ending and what a great dialog. It kept me going all the way through. It makes me think of some of the dialogues and stories we had to analyze and make assumptions on in a graduate course I took on communications. Loved it! You'll probably beat me out in this contest!
Comment Written by Susan Larson on 04-Aug-2020

The Mamba by elchupakabra

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This is a very good account of your feelings and thoughts about who you are, where you are and why you are there. I love the ending where you embrace your daughter and find the answer to those questions.
Comment Written by Susan Larson on 04-Aug-2020

Lovely Lady by Sharon Haiste

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Having worked in a nursing home when I was in high school, I often wondered what memories were behind those eyes. On day, we high school girls went through their records. We found a college professor, a WWII Army nurse, a doctor and a ballet dancer. And all they had were their private memories.
Comment Written by Susan Larson on 04-Aug-2020

Climbing Solo by JLR

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What courage to climb solo, especially in what I gather are your later years.
I have a picture of my son sitting on a similar cliff overlooking a canyon. It was alarming at first, but then I realized someone had to be there to take the picture.
Comment Written by Susan Larson on 04-Aug-2020

Are We Invisible... ? by Gert sherwood

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This really touched me in a bizarre sort of way. My mother's favorite color was red. Everything red. Red shoes, red purse, red accents in the kitchen.
When she passed away, I went through her closet to find something to have her laid out in. There was an outfit hanging there, with a note pinned to it saying that's what she wanted to be buried in. A pale blue pantsuit with matching jewelry. It did make me wonder.....
Comment Written by Susan Larson on 04-Aug-2020

Iron Curtain by SixFtLion (Suzanna)

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Not sure what to make of this. At the turn of the last century, all four of my grandparents fled what was then Austria-Hungary, then Czechoslovakia, and now I am not sure. I'm sure that even though they fled what they did not like, there must have been some nostalgia for something they loved. Something I will never know. I am really touched by this.
Comment Written by Susan Larson on 04-Aug-2020

Racing Machine by JLR

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Wonderful, as always. I'm amazed at how poetry just spills out of your brain, and heart, and soul. I love the arrow shape of this poem, pointing forward toward the win. If this were a contest, you'd have my vote!
Comment Written by Susan Larson on 04-Aug-2020

Winter Man by amada

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What a tender, warm memory of this man who lit up your life and gave you memories to last forever. "I sat by his side, thirsty for a drop of what he knew..." what a poignant interjection from someone who brought him water. I love it.
Comment Written by Susan Larson on 04-Aug-2020

A sew-sew comedian by Susan X Smith

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Yes, pun-forgivable for sure. Some of this material was a real stretch, but I was really impressed with the number of sewing terms you threaded through your poem. It seams like this could have a win pinned down.
Comment Written by Susan Larson on 04-Aug-2020
Read and reviewed with blinders on.


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