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A Few Kind Words

A FEW KIND WORDS

A few kind words
From a stranger far away
Makes my poem mean more
Than I can by myself make.

Poem of the evening
Little lines
Go forth into the hearts and minds

Of those kind readers
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COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Walterrean Salley 08 October 2014

Your simple poems somehow bring calm and a deep inner peace. Thanks.

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Scotty Dogg 12 December 2011

HEY! I wanna vote for your poem dude. It was good.10! Rate it a ten, PoemHunter. Short poems are the best. That's what I like to do. Come with the all the good stuff right away, then stop. Don't ramble on like some of these idiots. Great jobbo shalom. (I just invented a word...'jobbo') Use it, I don't care. 'S'

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Indira Renganathan 15 February 2010

Simple and very much catchy....reading depends upon the quality of words...very true.....nice reading...thank you

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I love the brevity and honesty of this poem, it is beautiful and direct.

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Naseer Ahmed Nasir 05 June 2009

A very unique poem of its own type depicting the importance of words a writer uses in his or her creation and that is applauded by true readers. A good content is worth reading and should be admired considering all aspects of it and capturing the true essence. These few kind words become pearlescent when some good reader understands every bit of them and conceive even those hidden meanings that sometimes the writer might not have in his or her mind while creating the poem..... Best Wishes Naseer

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Terry Dawson 02 March 2020

It is the truth, we live to be read, we poets. We crave to know our words have had impact.. Great idea for a short poem. Well done!

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Shamsul Husain 18 May 2019

Good poem, Sir. The truth is there.

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Prabir Gayen 31 December 2018

Very beautiful poem dear poet......../////

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Rajnish Manga 17 May 2017

I am so pleased to read these wonderful words. I am also convinced of the power and the pleasure of communication like you do. It is a two way thing for mutual benefit. Thanks.

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Ken E Hall 17 August 2015

Kind words and kindness certainly bounce back into the hearts of al the givers...just like this poem which has a clever twist for those who care...lovely...regards

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