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June 29, 2011


L.L. Barkat

I love the end of this. We can use poetry to understand so many things, even the unfathomable.

Maureen E. Doallas

I had no idea he wrote poetry like this. It sounds so contemporary.

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I had assumed that all Calvinists were dour and joyless folk, totally impervious to the beauty that surrounds us. This, of course, was ignorant prejudice - I have never knowingly met a Calvinist!

Unlike me, this poetry is gloriously unblinkered.

Thank you for scratching away a small patch of my willful blindness, Glynn.

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