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Jeffrey McDaniel

(1967 / Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

The Archipelago Of Kisses


We live in a modern society. Husbands and wives don't
grow on trees, like in the old days. So where
does one find love? When you're sixteen it's easy,
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  • Raynette Eitel (7/14/2005 1:41:00 PM)

    I absolutely love this one. It is so very creative...chuck full of wonderful imagery and you have avoided being caustic, a well-known malady of poets who write about young love. This bears re-reading, so I'm listing it in my favorites so I can smile whenever I need to feel light-hearted.

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