Soulwriter's comments Page #6

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Poetry.com
Excellent!

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Quotes.net
I just finished reading 'A matter of death and life'. Thanks for sharing quotations from Yalom on the site! We're glad to have you here!

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Poetry.com
:(

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Poetry.com
So interesting!

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Poetry.com
:) awesome

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Poetry.com
Yes....

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Poetry.com
Wow I was really drawn into this. Excellent.

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Poetry.com
I like the light humour coming through teamed with the earnest words!

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Poetry.com
Heavy stuff...

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Poetry.com
It truly comes through in your writing.

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Poetry.com
A good friend is hard to find.

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Poetry.com
A beautiful read.

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Poetry.com
Complex yet smooth

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Poetry.com
Wow Ludy. Powerful - one of your best.

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Poetry.com
I enjoyed reading this narrative. Thanks for sharing

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Poetry.com
Wow incredible that you met him. What an honor.

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Poetry.com
Very clever

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Poetry.com
Moving words x

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Poetry.com
absolutely

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Grammar.com
The former.

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Grammar.com
perhaps try: 'A perfect day for me, would be reading books all day.'

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Poetry.com
Learning all the time

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Poetry.com
So beautiful...keep writing!

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Poetry.com
I liked the line 'Sentimentality has locked me here.'
There is a lot in this poem to unpack - a lot behind the words. It would be interesting to read some of the parts as single and expanded poetry

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Poetry.com
Sound more beautiful in Spanish!

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