Soulwriter's comments Page #17

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Poetry.com
Beautiful. Thanks of sharing, I really enjoyed reading this.

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Poetry.com
Absolutely beautiful.

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Poetry.com
Amen. Excellent.

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Wow - unique writing!

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Poetry.com
How beautiful!

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Poetry.com
Wow, very stirring

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Poetry.com
Love your playing with different forms!

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Grammar.com
I tend to agree with you; well said.

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I agree with you; well put.

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https://www.grammar.com/present_perfect_continuous_tense
If I'm not mistaken, it's the present perfect continuous tense. Can anyone confirm?

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Poetry.com
Wow very powerful!

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Poetry.com
totally. Love your work. I'm from the UK.

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Poetry.com
This is so special

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Poetry.com
I like the unfolding narrative

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Poetry.com
So sweet :)

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Poetry.com
Very touching :(

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Poetry.com
Words of truth

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Poetry.com
Wow, very powerful

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Poetry.com
Beautiful.

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Grammar.com
'practice your due diligence' is correct

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Poetry.com
:( very poignant

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Poetry.com
Wow I love this. So poetic and powerful. Keep writing!

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Poetry.com
Love your stuff

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Poetry.com
New perspectives are always enlightening.

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Poetry.com
Beautiful tribute - may I ask who this is about?

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