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By lindaseaver on 04/07/2011
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Written by JinglesMcFeelgood  (4/7/2011 8:01:26 AM)

It sounds like you already are the same..? However it's interesting, this homogenizing effect. You should think about expanding this.

I agree with Jess 

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Written by Red Roses and Wine  (4/7/2011 8:43:02 AM)

some expansion would do this piece some good...


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Written by raven-wings  (4/7/2011 11:21:55 AM)

Maybe it is your reflection or a sister close bond anyway whoever it is you're talking to, and great thought to say the same cliche wording without really trying, really good read. I enjoyed the end part the best it seems as if the other has no choice in the matter, nice thoughtful pen :)


Written by Unknown Member  (4/7/2011 7:56:32 PM)

I love the idea here (and good job on flip turning a cliche upside down). Maybe you envy this person. Coveting what she has, you imitate her until you've practically stolen her identity. OR an internal struggle. Maybe you want to be a different version of yourself, or that version wants to take over. Very mysterious. I would just LOVE to hear more on this idea. I'll be watching and waiting for it ;)


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Written by Unknown Member  (4/8/2011 10:09:27 AM)

I love your update Linda. Keep at it ^_^


Written by mwhousemouse  (4/8/2011 1:30:10 PM)

Familiarity closer & closer till identity distinction becomes double visionary one two seem to be.
I love the final thought : "acting like myself wishing i could be someone else"
Good job, Linda, and I agree you could expand on this to make it stronger.


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Written by JinglesMcFeelgood  (4/21/2011 3:46:42 PM)

I like that you've managed to expand this in a few lines. What it's so effective in doing is creating such a multitude of possible backgrounds, or contexts.

It Takes One to Know One 

Written by DesertBoyIan  (5/12/2011 7:51:36 AM)

I like the poem, but the last 2 lines don't seem to coincide with the saying "it takes one to know one", do you see what I mean? But, that is just my opinion! :-) Peace - Ian

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