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October 05, 2011


Mari-Anna Frangen Stalnacke

What a great poem! What a great reflection! Thanks for sharing. It gave me a lot to think about. If we truly let God be God we may become really human. Blessings!


What an interesting poem --- so many layers that could be discussed. I'm forwarding it to a friend of mine.


Elizabeth Young

Delightful! Written like a true poet, mixing the Divine with the Earth, maturity with childhood. Thoroughly impressed.


Great essay Glynn of a fascinating and enlightening poem.


Maureen E. Doallas

What a lovely book this seems to be! I can imagine enterprising teachers making wonderful use of it.

Jeanne Damoff

I love that poem so much! Whimsy holding wisdom's hand. Delightful.

Thanks, Glynn, for introducing yet another worthy poet and for sharing your insights as well. I appreciate you.


Oh, I love this poem! I may have to pick up his book.

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