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    Kit Carson JPiC Contributor

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    If you find a wishing well

    deep within a forest green

    where elves and fairies dwell

    but are very seldom seen


    Deep within a forest green

    ancient fables are held

    but are very seldom seen

    drifting for the mind to meld


    Ancient fables are held

    where dreams are set free

    drifting for the mind to meld

    believe what you can not see


    Where dreams are set free

    where elves and fairies dwell

    believe what you can not see

    if you find a wishing well


    mjcarson
    7-1-2007


    Posted By Kit Carson | Jul 2, 2007
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    i know i commented on it on 360...but i read it again here and enjoyed it again...just love the visions brought while reading it.


    Posted By Checkmate | Jul 2, 2007
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    mangodroplet Blue Mango Puppy :]

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    I like it, Nice use of pantoum!
    I LOVE this style :wub:
    Great Job!

    KayaOtah happy as ever

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    How I wish I could find a wishing well... that is 100% working..


    Posted By KayaOtah | Jul 3, 2007
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    Jer4clarity Lover of Meanings

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    Mike,

    The pantoum is no so easy to pen...You've done a wonderful job and painted such a great picture as well.

    My Fav;

    Jerry


    Posted By Jer4clarity | Jul 3, 2007
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    louisianagal529 New Member

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    i love reading ur poems.. this poem brought me immediately to a world of mythical dreams.

    beautiful imagery! and very nice rhyme and rhythm

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    great job, a fine example of this form:goodpost:


    Posted By Echoes | Jul 4, 2007
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    Kit Carson JPiC Contributor

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    Thank you all. What do all of you have in common? You are young or young at heart. We don't have to throw away fantasy as we grow up! We just need to keep it real. Andre Norton and J.R.R. Tolkien and Lewis Carrol all speak to me as well now as they did when I was young.


    Posted By Kit Carson | Jul 4, 2007
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