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A Divorcee's Repentance
By jocodi on 04/17/2010
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Written by Unknown Member  (4/19/2010 12:03:33 PM)


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Written by jocodi  (4/19/2010 6:40:01 PM)

Hi DL,
Thank you for your rating.
I appreciate it.


Written by Biggus  (4/21/2010 7:07:44 AM)


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Written by jocodi  (4/21/2010 10:55:28 PM)

Hello Biggus,
Thank you for reading and rating.
- J

Interesting your venting out 

Written by Red Roses and Wine  (10/22/2010 11:21:04 AM)

poetry is the best therapy. But as i was reading your poem I thought it was your voice speaking, the voice of a man narrating this little ramble. I must admit I got a little confused with your last line. I went to your profile and got even more confused. Then It hit me, i do it all the time the narator is a female. Ah da! lol

This piece is quite personal. I can feel the tiredness, and the feelings behind one throwing the towel. Yet at the endn the second guessing was quite an interesting element of surprise.


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Written by jocodi  (10/22/2010 6:07:30 PM)

Hello again Red Roses and Wine:
So, you cleverly put it all together. Good for you :) I appreciate your comments and taking the time to express them to me. One of the rewards of writing poetry is getting reader feedback - it can be quite interesting itself :)

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