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  1. wordstobeornot · June 29, 2015

    What did you not say?

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    • Chrissy · June 29, 2015

      This poem is about what you get from it

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      • wordstobeornot · June 29, 2015

        Barrages?

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      • Chrissy · June 29, 2015

        You are the reader I am the writer

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      • wordstobeornot · June 29, 2015

        Have you read Benneveniste? “no I without you” (semantically), so really I respect your lack of transparency, and though you engaged me as a ‘reader’, I am no more informed as a person who feels that barrages have been unfairly maintained against me.

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      • Chrissy · June 29, 2015

        I can’t control how others feel when they read my work. No, I haven’t read that author.

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      • wordstobeornot · June 29, 2015

        Wow, you are very blasé about others giving comment. Respect!

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      • Chrissy · June 29, 2015

        Sorry if you feel that way, I could be moody. Much respect & thank you for reading.

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      • wordstobeornot · June 30, 2015

        Moody moody chicken broody. Do you own the typewriters you write on?

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      • Chrissy · June 30, 2015

        Haha good one.
        I used to own a typewriter, long ago. I use an app on my phone to type fragments of poems and such. Mimics sound and keys. Love it.

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      • wordstobeornot · June 30, 2015

        New retro! I have a typewriter, Olympus splendid 66. It work and makes quite a lot of noise, but I feel more like Hemingway when I use it than an app.. Blah blah. What’s your favourite author these days? I haven’t found better than Steinbeck over past year. Fiction tires me to think about plot, thereby be a trick to do that.

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      • Chrissy · June 30, 2015

        Fantastic. I miss mine. But, I feel like those days are so long gone, and I’ll leave the typing for the young generation. I lived through it. I was a teenager in the 80’s so I would type my poems! As for fiction, I read everything and I will disappoint you because I love basically all writers. From Virginia Woolf to Stephen King, to EL James. I like trash, I like smut , I like modern literature and some paranormal romance (J.D Ward, & Charlaine Harris,) In the moment, I’m reading a Montreal writer who lives in Brooklyn- her book is outstanding. I met her at a LIt Festival and appreciate her unique style. The Mystics of Mille End is her novel. A modern young writer who brings her own life experience and home town to her book. Almost finished it. And I’m reading some young poets.
        🙂

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  2. Eric Syrdal · June 29, 2015

    To remain unprovoked and endure the pain, something I usually wish I had the strength to do. ❤

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  3. georgeforfun · June 29, 2015

    Reblogged this on georgeforfun.

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  4. Souldiergirl · June 30, 2015

    You amaze me- I love these

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