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Friday, October 6, 2006

! C O N T E N T M E N T

Rating: 2.7
There was a hearth;
a fire there;
chairs;
and, I remember, love;

all else was there,
and did not need to name itself.
Michael Shepherd
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COMMENTS
Deva De Silva 20 April 2009
Contentment in short but the imagery was amazing... All we need a few cues from a great mind and you've mastered the art in it.
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Fay Slimm 22 August 2008
Peace exudes from these few words - a ten, and no less.
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Chris Mendros 13 July 2007
a picture's worth 21 words, in this case...
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Marvin Brato 02 July 2007
Simply beautiful poem Mr. Shepherd, thanks for sharing. rate is 10 for me.
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Melvina Germain 11 May 2007
Now this feels good, I love it.--Melvina--
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Robert Howard 09 May 2007
A charmed moment exquisitely captured. A plague on the equine rectums who defiled this gem with low numbers! !
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Ivor Hogg 17 March 2007
Never a word wasted succinct and speaks volumes in a few chosen phrases
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Iquo Umoh 10 November 2006
nice poem well written and simple
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Lori Boulard 12 October 2006
Beautiful. A perfect expression; not another word needed. I wish I could write like this!
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Alison Cassidy 07 October 2006
I needed to read this tonight. Thanks Michael...
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