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Why Could I Not?
By Ambrosia on 11/24/2005
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Why Could I Not? 

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Written by jmalone  (11/26/2005 6:44:47 PM)

This is a very good poem which in my eyes symbolizes a true event.

Thank you 

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Written by Ambrosia  (11/28/2005 8:14:55 AM)

Yes, indeed, it was a true event. I lost someone very important before I got to tell them how very important they were.

 

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Written by Amelieone  (12/6/2005 1:55:09 PM)

I really enjoyed your poem. Especially your ending.

 


Written by AngelsMommy1999  (12/9/2005 7:33:44 PM)

very good, sad and deep but well written, i look forward to reading more of your work......
until next time....................

Nightsongs 


Written by Nightsongs  (12/29/2005 1:13:49 PM)

Very lovely, such heartfelt words.

 


Written by taratuulikki  (1/5/2006 1:10:39 AM)

beautifully written. really touched me.

Wow, Again! 


Written by sonataincminor  (2/12/2006 9:45:29 PM)

It's the boots. The way you introduce that image in the first stanza, something so mundane against the flowers and stars, and bring them back in the last line. The only thing I'd offer is to make it 'boots' in the first stanza, but there are also good reasons for keeping it singular there and plural elsewhere. Wordsmithing at its best.


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