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    Re: Then she said "thanks".

    Quote Originally Posted by Peach_follows View Post
    Word? I guess I never really read or even see to many poetry books. The only poetry books I've ever read were for childrens books. I guess thats how it is when you're a mother of a 3 and 5 year old.



    But.... that kind of sounds like you're suggesting that I start from scratch.?! Because... I post everything online. In fact, since I've been a member here, often my first drafts are created right here. That would take forever to produce enough for a book If, I cant include anything I've written for the past few years..

    What do you think the risks of publishing what I've posted here would be?
    (We should so be getting credit and post count for these posts).
    Me will be the next person..
    And yes you need new emotion(Ideas,thoughts) and you can use some poems that you wrote before, not only the poems that you put it here, collocate all yours poems and your staff and put in one book...

    And Yeah Peach_ poems is not for the children I see here many books who wrote by known poetry writer... so Go a head …

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    Re: Then she said "thanks".

    Quote Originally Posted by bratling View Post
    I totallly agree with xxoxx on the book part.Maybe you should look into publishing some of your poetry. (Probably not stuff you posted online tho.)
    I concur, though I don't see why you shouldn't publish those you did post online. A little rough, especially the way you ended it, but it's better than OK. Keep up the good work, buddy.
    Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose.

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    Re: Then she said "thanks".

    Edgar Allan Poe was a great short stories and poem books writer. Look for his books in a bookstore. You'll be fascinated. "The raven" "The house of Usher" and the "Tale-tell heart" are awesome. I wish you the best of luck ^^. Great poem BTW. Very sad at the end.
    Yeah, Bye.

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    Re: Then she said "thanks".

    Im familiar with Poe...*giggles

    But uh... Edgar's a bit more than old skool. When I said I didn't know of any popular poetry books... I meant... In a more recent respect. But, thank you for well wishes and the information.
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    Re: Then she said "thanks".

    This poem filled me with such emotion. It reminded me how I use to feel toward things. Always sinking deeper and deeper, while trying to become happy. It makes me want to cry now when I think I use to want to die.

    When I read the title I was expecting something different, but I'm glad it was the way it is. I enjoyed this poem very much. The ryhme didn't seem very forced and it flowed very well together.

    Come dance in the rain with me, no one is watching.

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