Submit Your Poems
Get Your Premium Membership

Andrea Dietrich's Blog

About Andrea Dietrich
(Show Details...)
Bloggers Photo

Andrea Dietrich grew up in Iowa and now resides in Utah with a spouse and two cats. She has two grown children and three grandchildren. Having graduated BYU with a Spanish major/ESL minor, she has spent most of her adult life teaching. It wasn't until 2000 that she began writing in earnest and discovering her "niche" as a writer of lyrical poetry. The internet opened up a new world for her, and she has spent nearly a decade now participating in poetry clubs, acting as a judge of poetry contests for various magazines and for the website Shadow Poetry, and also, entering poetry contests herself.

Ms. Dietrich has won numerous awards, as well as the title Poet of the Year 2008, from the Yahoo group, Poetry For Thought. In addition, she has won prizes from the magazines Lucidity, Bell's Letters, Art with Words, Poets at Work and SP Quill, the magazine for which she wrote grammar and poetry articles as well as movie reviews and for which she acted as poetry editor for the head editor Marie Summers for six years. Many of her poems have appeared in Shadows Ink, a yearly published series of chapbooks of award winning poetry as well as in numerous other anthologies. Her short stories appeared in many issues of SP Quill and much of her poetry is published in eight chapbooks (the most recent one soon to be published is called Prosies), which can be purchased at

Two Ways to Reply/ Can Soup have Lessons on How to Function here?

Blog Posted:6/1/2014 8:12:00 PM
I feel like I am beating an old horse to death here, but from Freddie's comments he got at his last blog, I can see that a few poets are still rather new and may have missed our former debates on this issue.

MANY years ago (end of 2009 hahaha) when I first came here, the REPLY feature did NOT EXIST. I did not KNOW how to reply to other poets. I actually wrote underneath my own poems in the very beginning until very quickly I realized that was a NO NO. Then I watched and saw what was happening. Poets were going to the poems of the other poets and replying to them underneath the poets' poems. For almost three years, this was the ONLY option for replying. I grew to love it!!!

If I wanted to reply to a person but not have to read their poem to do it, I would just click on the little ICON for Soupmail (and OMG, it took me a good month for me to figure out there was SOUPMAIL here!!! I didn't realize the ICON for it was the little cup!!!)

So over a year ago, Soup came up with this "handy" REply box. yes, it is a neato idea if you have no clue about replying over at the other person's poetry, but to those of us accustomed to the old way, I think some of us have grown very disenchanted with this feature. I know it is a very convenient thing, but mainly it is a convenience for those who are not reading other people's poetry. If you are someone who is here only to post poems and not interact with others, go ahead and use this REply feature. It is absolutely the only way to go!! 

But I see some new Soupers who are very good at replying to others at the other poets' poetry. They are using both the Reply button AND the old style. That is fine. At least you are replying by also sometimes reading the works of the other poets here. I do not have a problem with you. Just keep in mind: those of us who are used to making lots and lots of comments on a daily basis do not have time to go back to your poems and see your replies to us. It is much easier for us to just come to our Inbox and see replies you have left to us under OUR own poems. 

Team Poetry Soup, I just wish you had kept things how they always used to be. But things always change and I just need to learn to deal with it. I had my notifications feature turned off after I noticed I was getting more notifications for people saying "thank you" to me at THEIR poem than I was getting of comments made about my own poems. To me, this is not progress in facilitating an interactive site. That's why I don't get notifications in my email any more, so if people are replying to me with important messages and don't want to read my poems, I hope they will at least Soupmail me!

Finally, I have a suggestion that others have also voiced. Why doesn't Soup have some kind of special place they could tell new members to go and "learn the ropes" here. I am always being surprised by questions some of the newbies ask me. And then I stop and put myself in their shoes and I realize I too was having these same kinds of questions in my first few months here. If new people realized how things worked, I think this site could become incredible. 

Just my opinions for what they are worth!!!

Please Login
  1. Date: 6/4/2014 10:10:00 PM
    I agree Andrea, If someone takes the time to read and comment on my work then I will return the favor,but while newbies might need someone to explain things to them sometimes, they have to try learning stuff on their own too, the FAQs is a great place to start

    Login to Reply
  1. Date: 6/3/2014 3:27:00 PM
    yes it took me some time to figure it out, but I didn't mind after all I grew up with phones that had a circle with holes in it and tv's that were the size of a small car...and everything was in black and white..not to mention all the adults had just fought a world war, so they were all messed figuring out soup wasn't to bad

    Login to Reply
    Dietrich Avatar Andrea Dietrich Date: 6/3/2014 7:52:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    haha, Do you know centering yet? I am preparing to do a blog at this very moment!!!
  1. Date: 6/2/2014 9:45:00 PM
    I have turned off email notification of replies too Andie & for the same reason.

    Login to Reply
    Dietrich Avatar Andrea Dietrich Date: 6/2/2014 11:25:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    deb, I am glad you understand where I am coming from. It is just not the same as it was four years ago. Why oh why did they change things?
  1. Date: 6/2/2014 3:05:00 PM
    I didn't know at first that that's the only way to reply back with other's comment on my poem... so instead of going to their own poem, I'd rather reply on their comment on my poem..."cos I thought that they can read it ,too.... And find time to visit someone's poem to comment directly on them, in return to their kindness and time for leaving a comment on mine. I agree with you, Andrea, that hopefully PS Team will provide a link where we could see a reply feature for our own comment to their poem and their reply to us.. It really feels rewarding somehow to know that they find time to reply on our comment, even they didn't visit our poem. HELLO Andrea... I just missed YOU!!!! :O)))

    Login to Reply
    de Torres Avatar Aiyah de Torres Date: 6/2/2014 10:51:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    haha.. I liked that... some for a good reasons.. some for the worse!!! ...
    Dietrich Avatar Andrea Dietrich Date: 6/2/2014 4:02:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    Hi, sweetie, I miss you too!!! Yeah, Soup really needs a tutorial on poet etiquette or something. Anyway, things have sure changed since I came here. some for the good, and sadly, other things for the worse!
  1. Date: 6/2/2014 3:27:00 AM
    May I suggest that since mAybe some doesn't hAve that much time and well all of us can read but somehow a lil short video of how some things here... :D! One in youtube of some instructions.. The outbox and inbox are great features here..:) as both you can go back to see the people who commented and that you are also inspired to read of their works...:) God bless you Andrea..:)

    Login to Reply
    Dietrich Avatar Andrea Dietrich Date: 6/2/2014 9:03:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    That is a stellar idea, Olive!!
  1. Date: 6/2/2014 12:08:00 AM
    As a noob, I really like the Outbox feature , but I wish I could see the poem AND poet's name along with my comment. I don't always remember if I've replied or read other's poems, particularly if its been a few days since using the site. Anyway wish they would post a guide or tutorial. And while they're at it, maybe revamp the mobile site.

    Login to Reply
    Dietrich Avatar Andrea Dietrich Date: 6/2/2014 5:06:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    Gosh, we are all so different. A.E. I never look at that outbox because I just keep coming here every single day and making sure I am caught up!!!
    Rivenbark Avatar A.E. Rivenbark Date: 6/2/2014 1:30:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    No, I know about the Inbox. I just meant that sometimes I don't always immediately read these comments and come back later to read/comment on their poems. The Outbox lets me keep track of whether I read and replied.
    Dietrich Avatar Andrea Dietrich Date: 6/2/2014 12:21:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    A.E. I don't really understand what you mean. Sometimes I wonder if people are seeing the same thing I am seeing. When you log on, don't you see an INBOX and in that inbox, all of your comments from poets? Then don't you click on each name on the list to reply to them? This is always how I've done it. What am I not getting? Anyway, thanks for coming here. yes, a tutorial is REALLY needed here.
  1. Date: 6/1/2014 10:05:00 PM
    YES !!!!! you are exactly right, now people just say thank you in the reply box they don't reciprocate by reading any of your work, that's sad and definitely a step backwards . During commenting on the poems of my winning entries I also saw someone thanking Carolyn for her compliment, something its unlikely she will ever see because we just don't go back and re-read poems. He should have just read one of her magnificent pieces , commented and then thanked her for stopping by his work. Yes !!! Yes !!! Yes !!! this is a nice feature but it has made people lazy , too lazy to go read others work

    Login to Reply
    Roberts Avatar Francine Roberts Date: 6/6/2014 10:34:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    its all about reciprocation Robert, if someone is nice enough to comment on your work instead of a thank you in the reply box go read their work too, if you can't find something nice to say then you don't have to but most of the new people here don't seem to make the effort
    Lindley Avatar Robert Lindley Date: 6/6/2014 10:16:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    Why would one thank or praise on a write they did not read!! I do a lot of comments but only after reading the write. Truly so many talented writers here and newbies that have such talent as well. Easy way is to read a poem, respond then if it is good . If not then no reason to respond. A poet should be true to self and true to other poet's works when commenting. If one doesn't like a poem then silence is golden.. otherwise tell the author why you like the write! IMHO signed --the newbie
    Dietrich Avatar Andrea Dietrich Date: 6/2/2014 12:40:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    My good grief was in response to what you said about the guy who commented to Carolyn in a way that she would never see it. To the other stuff you are saying: EXACTAMUNDO. I am glad you understand me.
    Dietrich Avatar Andrea Dietrich Date: 6/2/2014 12:19:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    Roberts Avatar Francine Roberts Date: 6/1/2014 10:06:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    oh , his thank you was not a reply but a separate post so she will not get any notification of it even if she has the notifications turned on
  1. Date: 6/1/2014 8:17:00 PM
    and while I am thinking about it, is it too far off to imagine that maybe people who are shy or not fluent in English are not even REALIZING they can reply to other poets at the other poets' poems?? Could this maybe explain why they grow depressed by not getting comments? Maybe they do not even realize they should go see other poems of other people and comment over THERE. I mean, I sure did not realize all this my first time here!!!

    Login to Reply
    Dietrich Avatar Andrea Dietrich Date: 6/1/2014 8:28:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    OMG. JUST NOW, I saw a poet who was replying under his OWN poem to someone that had commented to him recently. NOt even the reply box, just using his own comment box. Just like I did my FIRST day here. I told him if he wanted the person to see his comment, he better go to the guy's poem!

My Past Blog Posts

Farewell, Friend & Poet, Freddie. Rest in Peace
Date Posted: 10/28/2014 10:54:00 PM
Date Posted: 10/25/2014 1:42:00 AM
My Most Amazing Contest Entries Ever
Date Posted: 10/12/2014 12:12:00 AM
Syllable Counters/ something disconcerting to me
Date Posted: 10/11/2014 9:45:00 PM
Date Posted: 10/7/2014 9:04:00 AM
Remembering Lucilla Tonight
Date Posted: 10/2/2014 10:22:00 PM
Tell Me Your Number Part II: What Your Numbers Mean
Date Posted: 9/16/2014 12:28:00 AM
A Lovely Alouette Contest Finalized/ The #1 Flawless Example
Date Posted: 9/15/2014 12:20:00 AM
Tell Me Your Number!
Date Posted: 9/14/2014 10:57:00 PM
Check your Alouette & a little ChitChat
Date Posted: 9/13/2014 8:30:00 PM
My Awesome Footle Winners
Date Posted: 8/29/2014 1:24:00 AM
New Footles Contest/ Some Suggestions for Footle Writing
Date Posted: 8/17/2014 8:15:00 PM
The Shells Have It!
Date Posted: 8/17/2014 12:56:00 PM
My Latest Contest & A GREAT new movie BOYHOOD
Date Posted: 8/2/2014 8:04:00 PM
Prayers for Lucilla
Date Posted: 7/27/2014 6:30:00 PM
Winners of Let's Get Technical Poetry Contest
Date Posted: 7/27/2014 11:50:00 AM
TALKING TUNAS, DISNEY, Planet of the APES. WASSUP tonight?
Date Posted: 7/24/2014 9:20:00 PM
What a SMALL World. This is a Mystery to me!!
Date Posted: 7/19/2014 11:34:00 PM
IT'S "WEIRD AL" TEACHING GRAMMAR: You have to see this!!!
Date Posted: 7/18/2014 4:47:00 PM
Awesome Acrostics/ Congrats to all my winners
Date Posted: 7/18/2014 12:03:00 AM
PLEASE check your acrostic poems/ Tidy up spelling, etc.
Date Posted: 7/13/2014 11:41:00 AM
An Actually Interesting thing I Found in the ADS of Soup
Date Posted: 7/3/2014 10:01:00 PM
WHO WANTS TO SEE ME DANCE (My new favorite YOUTUBE video)
Date Posted: 6/29/2014 12:31:00 AM
1 In 4 is Judged: LOVED READING THEM!!!
Date Posted: 6/28/2014 10:22:00 PM
Beautiful Winners of Favorite Bodies (of Water)
Date Posted: 6/15/2014 12:30:00 AM

My Recent Poems

Date PostedPoem TitleFormCategories
10/30/2014Yesterday's JoysQuaternjoy,
10/28/2014Old Boyfriends - A TrilogySonnetboyfriend,
10/26/2014A Housewife UnmaskedFree versewife,
10/24/2014The FighterSonnetdeath,heaven,
10/23/2014The Pathway I Will Lay For YouVersefor him,romantic,
10/21/2014Queen Sea and Her Three ParamoursPersonificationnight,sea,sky,sun,
10/19/2014Lucilla SmiledRispettopoetess,tribute,
10/18/2014Around the CornerPantoumlife,
10/17/2014A Dog Gone TableauVerseage,dog,friend,
10/16/2014Poor Peter PumpkinCoupletfantasy,funny,holiday,
10/14/2014A Tri-Pie Epulaeryu DelightEpulaeryufood,
10/13/2014Time Heals Versetime,
10/11/2014The Queen on Emerging From Her RefugeSonnetwar,wife,
10/11/2014Short Bio PoemBiome,
10/6/2014Her SustenanceFree versesensual,
10/5/2014FALL IN LOVEAcrosticautumn,love,nature,
10/4/2014City Lights on Waking UpSonnetlight,
10/2/2014Kaleidoscope EyesRhymehappy,
9/30/2014Serenity's Last SerenadeSonnetnature,
9/29/2014True FriendRhymedog,
9/28/2014For the Love of WordsSonnetwords,writing,
9/24/2014The Wintered Soul Among WisteriaSonnetgrief,
9/23/2014The Non-ProposalSonnethusband,
9/21/2014The RushHaikufirst love,
9/21/2014My Saddest DayChokadog,
9/19/2014Tantalizing LoveEthereefeelings,
9/18/2014My Time of Worship DivineEthereefirst love,romance,
9/16/2014In the DesertEthereeallegory,
9/13/2014How Poetry BeganQuatrainnature,poetry,
9/12/2014This Autumn DayRhymeautumn,
9/11/2014How Easy Are Earth GirlsSonnetbio,
9/11/2014Boy at the Fair - Well, I DeclareNarrativechild,
9/9/2014I Leave You a KissTrioletdaughter,
9/8/2014Words From a DandelionChastushkafunny,
9/8/2014This Autumn NightRhymeautumn,
9/6/2014My PrayerFree verseprayer,
9/6/2014The Mirror in the Other RoomRhymeage,
9/4/2014Nuts for the FallHaikuautumn,
9/3/2014A Legendary LoveRhymelost love,
9/1/2014The Miller Girls: Now PresentingSonnetsister,
8/30/2014The Best of EdutainmentVersehumorous,technology,
8/27/2014On the Paseo Del RioHaikuromantic,
8/26/2014The Superb CommentLimerickhumorous,
8/25/2014Where Once We PlayedKyrielleplaces,
8/24/2014Through the MistOttava rimanature,
8/22/2014Do I Have to Say ItFree versewrite,
8/21/2014Summer Reveries - More than DreamsRhymesummer,
8/21/2014The MarkTriolettrust,
8/18/2014Tale of a Witch - Modern DayQuatrainwoman,
8/17/2014Ah, WanderlustRondeautravel,youth,
8/15/2014Sweet PeaFootlefood,
8/14/2014Oh Goddess MoonVersemoon,
8/12/2014Balancing the LoadRhymeclothes,
8/12/2014The Wife with Flavored EyesSonnetwife,
8/11/2014Sweet Sonnet BirdSonnetwriting,
8/10/2014In the Reflection of the ShadowsFree versedeep,nature,
8/9/2014Trucker Joe's LamentKyrielleloneliness,
8/7/2014Now VanishedVerseyouth,
8/5/2014The Lovely CruiseLyriclife,love,
8/2/2014The Aha MomentHaikudeath,
7/31/2014The Sky LarkVersebird,
7/30/2014And Then Are Times -Verselove,
7/29/2014In the Clouds entryHaikunature,wind,
7/27/2014Thinking of TurtlesFree verseanalogy,boyfriend,
7/26/2014Passion's FlowerVerseflower,passion,
7/26/2014Kind HavenRondeauhome,
7/25/2014Above the CloudsSonnetlife,love,
7/23/2014Mall Shysters' MagicSenryuwomen,
7/23/2014Early Bird's New MottoCoupletadventure,animal,
7/21/2014A Poem in ParadiseSonnetpoetry,
7/20/2014Stripping the DreamHaikudream,
7/18/2014The Door to WayraVersemagic,places,
7/16/2014The Scent of WaterTrioletromantic,
7/13/2014Rio De JaneiroFree verseculture,
7/12/2014The Third Wish - A CharmVersebaby,
7/10/2014That Evening On the PierVersefriendship,nostalgia,
7/9/2014The Most BeautifulSijobeautiful,
7/6/2014Freya's PeaceSonnetpoets,
7/5/2014Goethe's PathVerseappreciation,nature,
6/30/2014Mortality's Own FriendTrioletmemory,
6/28/2014One Day's MagicTankapeople,
6/25/2014Silly SallyLimerickfunny,
6/22/2014A Positive PoemTrioletnature,
6/20/2014The Hills Are AliveEthereenature,tree,
6/20/2014a QuickieVersebeach,
6/19/2014I Did It My WaySonnetchildhood,
6/17/2014Summer MoonAcrosticmoon,night,
6/14/2014The Midnight HourTrioletnight,
6/14/2014One Huge FlameRhymeearth,
6/13/2014Say NothingLyricbreak up,
6/12/2014The Summer FlingSijopassion,
6/10/2014The Soup is OnLight Poetrysong,
6/7/2014Ghost Rider in VegasSonnetnostalgia,people,

My Photos

ps_2009 vacation.jpg

Fav Poems

Poem TitleFormCategories
The StoneElegydeath,love,
A Winter NightLyricimagination,nature,
Just wait and seeFree versenature,science,space,
My White Lace TableclothNarrativefamily,forgiveness,friend
A LIMERICK CHRISTMAS THREE (3) .Limerickfunny,seasons,thank you,c
ALWAYS MOTHERS DAYRhymefunny,mother,thank you,me
A Pirate JayLight Poetryanimals,
Divine SplendorBlank verseintrospection,nature,scie
BROTHER - BILLYNarrativebrother,childhood,family,
You played mePersonificationconfusion,imagination,mus
Concept of TimeFree versenature
JINGLEFree versefunny,life,music
AN EVER-CHANGING UNIVERSENarrativemysterylight,light,
My Partner, my LifeFree versehusband,loveme,
Spaces .... The Earth Moved .....Imagismlove
December Sun .Rhymenaturewinter,sun,winter,
A Whisper on the WindFree versenature
FootstepsFree versefatherme,me,
If everFree verselove
Dreams like Light-Waves Prose Poetryimaginationautumn,
A fantsy worldHaiku 
Borrowed SweetnessSenryugirlfriend-boyfriend
SEPTEMBER SONG (triple tanka)Tankanature
Aquatic MoodSenryudepression
Where The Sycamore GrewFree verseautumn,family,house,life,
Perfect NatureHaikunature
Wild LoveNarrativelovesweet,garden,love,ros
Positive PerspectiveTankainspirational
My Pilot LightVerseinspirational,introspecti
Love's EchosFree verselovevoice,love,me,voice,
Fading GrandeurHaikuloss,nature
For WifeyRhymeloveme,love,me,i love you
Alabaster NightFree versenature,sea,
Causalities of WarElegydeath,war,
" Ike and Jane "- sequence 2Light Poetryfunny,love,wifeme,me,time
Pretty orchidsFree versecaregiving,happiness,hope
Even a Sparrow SoarsFree verseanimals
My Piano KnowsVersedevotion,happiness,holida
Dancing with the StarsFree versenature,scienceblue,
The Unrequited MantraFree versedevotion,hope,lost love,l
Dreaming for RealityFree verseintrospection,lifeme,me,s
FIG TREE, NEW YEAR'S DAYNarrativenaturewinter,winter,new y
Poets At-LargeFree verselife,
to know youFree versedevotion,husband
Moved to Tears by Josh GrobanVersemusic,on writing and word
sequence-SONNETLanternelife,love,on writing and
Reflections Free versehappiness,life,lovesun,
MemoriverFree versehope,life,loss,nature
Somber Is the Color of The DayFree verseday,light,me,winter,words
A Winter Rose - A SonnetSonnetrose,winter,
The Word WeaverFree verseintrospection,lifeme,
Each Day a GiftFree verseinspirational,introspecti
Contrary KissesFree verseinspirational,introspecti
She Waits...Free verseart,hopelonging,
Blue HeavenHaikunature
A DEATH IN THE SUNFree versehope,seasons
My Reason For LivingFree versehusband
Terra FirmaHaikunature,science,time
How Could I have KnownFree versehusband,love,mystery
True Poetry in Motion?Free verseinspirationalmay,
Frozen in TimeFree verseseasonssnow,snow,
FORGOTTEN TREASURELight Poetryadventure,art,beauty,enco
Putting on MakeupRhymeintrospection,sad,
DesireLight Poetrylife,lost love,love,
Love? Bah!Rhymelost love,lovelove,
Real Life Shoe FableClerihewhusband
BLACK and BLUERhymeabuse,funny,husband,me,
More Than A DreamFree versededication,holiday,intros
A Song at SunriseCoupletfaithsong,song,
WHAT DO THE STARS TELL A LOVER'S HEART?Free verseadventure,fantasy,girlfri
The green checkered faceFree versefood,happinessheart,heart
Play ItFree verseinspirational,love,music,
Twilight’s Fading LightFree verselife,nature
Marble in Columns on GreenCoupletbrother,daughter,father,h
I Will Be StrongFree verseangst,husband,lossme,
The Beauty of YoreFree versenostalgia
Wandering SoulFree versehappiness,inspirational,n
Sunset on Galway Bay (Haiku No. 34)Haikuinspirational
TRANSFORMATIONI do not know?allegory
If You Are LonelyFree verseinspirational,introspecti
Time OutFree versedepression,devotion,fanta
Winter PromiseFree versenature
The Man on Brunswick DriveFree verseintrospection,people
the grassHaikunature
I Am..(Tagged by raul, now i'm tagging Elaine george).Free verseintrospectionbeautiful,be
Brown SandsLyricintrospection,lifemystery
Dancing at a TempleRhymedevotion,
DAYBREAK UP HIGHFree verseinspirational
Tea For TwoFree verseintrospectionme,me,
Peak District United KingdomProse Poetryinspirational
PAPER I do not know?allegoryme,
A Letter to Lord ByronI do not know?dedication,inspiration,in
NINE O'CLOCKLimerickfunny
Frozen Memories Tankaart
Summer's VoiceFree verseseasons

Fav Poets

Grace EunSong Lee Korea (South) Flag Korea (South) Read
Broken Wings Canada Flag Canada Read
daver austin United States Flag United States Read
Carolyn Devonshire United States Flag United States Read
Carrie Richards United States Flag United States Read
James Foulk United States Flag United States Read
Rick Parise United States Flag United States Read
Debbie Guzzi United States Flag United States Read
Barbara Gorelick United States Flag United States Read
Michelle Mac Donald Canada Flag Canada Read
Ruben O. Argentina Flag Argentina Read
Charmaine Chircop Malta Flag Malta Read
Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen United States Flag United States Read
James Fraser United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom Read
Jayne Eggins Australia Flag Australia Read
binibining p.iNk Philippines Flag Philippines Read
Joyce Johnson United States Flag United States Read
Robert A. Dufresne United States Flag United States Read
Linda-Marie SweetHeart Italy Flag Italy Read
David Byrne Ireland Flag Ireland Read
Maurice Rigoler United States Flag United States Read
Samir Georges Canada Flag Canada Read
Connie Marcum Wong United States Flag United States Read
Robert L. Hinshaw United States Flag United States Read
Margaret Foster Australia Flag Australia Read
Nick Bagnall United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom Read
SKAT A United States Flag United States Read
Edwin Baldwin United States Flag United States Read
linda milgate United States Flag United States Read
Kris Walters United States Flag United States Read
Chris D. Aechtner Canada Flag Canada Read
Poet Destroyer A United States Flag United States Read
harry horsman United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom Read
Travis Tapley United States Flag United States Read
Timothy Brumley United States Flag United States Read
Wilma Neels South Africa Flag South Africa Read
Rauwolfia van Raaij South Africa Flag South Africa Read
Sharon Tideswell United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom Read
Tahera Mannan India Flag India Read
Carol Fillmore Canada Flag Canada Read
Jerri Ward United States Flag United States Read
nette onclaud Philippines Flag Philippines Read
Sidney Beck Russian Federation Flag Russian Federation Read
kash poet India Flag India Read
Mystic Rose Canada Flag Canada Read
Gwendolen Rix United States Flag United States Read
Tony Lane United States Flag United States Read
jack horne United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom Read
gautami phookan India Flag India Read
Black Eyed Susan United States Flag United States Read
Cyndi MacMillan Canada Flag Canada Read
ilene bauer United States Flag United States Read
Matt Hunt United States Flag United States Read
David Williams United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom Read
Yesha Shah India Flag India Read
elizabeth wesley Canada Flag Canada Read
Judy Ball Canada Flag Canada Read
Matthew Anish United States Flag United States Read
Mandy Tams The Golden Girl United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom Read
Lizzie Treetop Australia Flag Australia Read
Robert Ludden United States Flag United States Read
Rhonda Johnson-Saunders United States Flag United States Read
Heather Ober Canada Flag Canada Read
Christine Ueri South Africa Flag South Africa Read
Leonora Galinta Thailand Flag Thailand Read
Joann Grisetti United States Flag United States Read
Painted Hunter United States Flag United States Read
Victoria Anderson-Throop United States Flag United States Read
Elaine George Canada Flag Canada Read
Keith Bickerstaffe United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom Read
Phyllis Babcock Canada Flag Canada Read
sharon Winter United States Flag United States Read
Sue Mason United States Flag United States Read
frank herrera United States Flag United States Read
Gert W. Knop Germany Flag Germany Read
Sean Kelly Ireland Flag Ireland Read
Steven Mossburg United States Flag United States Read
iolanda Scripca United States Flag United States Read
Rollo West United States Flag United States Read
Therese Bacha Canada Flag Canada Read
Laura Breidenthal United States Flag United States Read
Jeremy Martin United States Flag United States Read
Richard Lamoureux Canada Flag Canada Read
Leo Larry Amadore United States Flag United States Read
Ruby Honeytip Australia Flag Australia Read
Red OMara Australia Flag Australia Read
Monterey Sirak United States Flag United States Read
manel gunatillake Sri Lanka Flag Sri Lanka Read
richard ferry United States Flag United States Read
Jade Celeste _Not Listed Flag _Not Listed Read
Jon A Cavanaugh United States Flag United States Read
Sandra Adams United States Flag United States Read
Bindu Vijayan India Flag India Read
Kelly Deschler United States Flag United States Read
Michael Ainsley United States Flag United States Read
LINDA JACKSON United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom Read
Peter Duggan Australia Flag Australia Read
Roger Horsch United States Flag United States Read
Mark Peterson United States Flag United States Read
Stephen Kilmer United States Flag United States Read