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"Giant Isopod"

Makes love Bathynomus giganteus Isopod love not a casual lust Romance private ocean deeps Where little light ever creeps Lovemaking crustaceans is no fuss

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Date: 3/3/2010 9:15:00 AM
Congrats my friend.... EXCELLENT work my friend...:JP]
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Date: 3/1/2010 10:28:00 PM
Congratulations on your win, John!
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Date: 3/1/2010 8:59:00 PM
Hey John, My congratulations on your win in the contest! Great job! Peace, Audrey
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Date: 3/1/2010 11:25:00 AM
It was a pleasure to read your poetry today John. Please continue with your writing and keep sharing it with us. Love, Carol
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Date: 3/1/2010 11:05:00 AM
I think this is a great one and worthy of high honers. Thank you for your comments. Love, Joyce
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Date: 3/1/2010 6:35:00 AM
Deep thinker, you have me out of my depth! Congratulations, Déirdre
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Date: 3/1/2010 5:43:00 AM
congrats on the win!!
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Date: 3/1/2010 4:37:00 AM
thankuu..let know what position in which iam? i think the results its not published yet??
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Date: 3/1/2010 3:45:00 AM
Kool Limerick John, i am delighted for you being placed in Carolyn's fine contest >> James
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Date: 3/1/2010 12:17:00 AM
It’s a fish eat fish world out there! Congratulations Moses, you swam to the top of the pond with your winning placement in Carolyn Devonshire’s Sea Tale Limerick contest with this very cute and fun poem. (Imagine bubbles floating around the following words!) Bask in the fun of the winner’s circle. You deserve it. Big Smiles! Lovingly, Dane Ann
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Date: 3/1/2010 12:14:00 AM
What a fun last line on this one, john. Thanks for your welcome comment to me today. LUv,Andrea
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Date: 2/28/2010 9:22:00 PM
This has a truly original rhyme! I like it and the subject is creative. A winner and kudos to you, sir! Regards, Gerard.
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Date: 2/28/2010 9:12:00 PM
(: Congrats to you. sounds awesome. -Romance private ocean deeps Where little light ever creeps- LOL -Always&Forever Lynette
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Date: 2/28/2010 8:13:00 PM
Wow! Congratulations on your win in Carolyn's contest. Sea you!!! Love, Iolanda
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Date: 2/28/2010 6:57:00 PM
congrad's to you too dear! Light & Love
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Date: 2/28/2010 6:41:00 PM
Congrats Moses on your winning poem in the Limerick contest.. this is one I missed reading before .. quite amusing and a wonderful win for u to enjoy.. luv.. "Sweetheart" ...
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Date: 2/28/2010 6:17:00 PM
Cute poem, Moses! Congratulations on your success in my contest. Love, Carolyn
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Date: 2/28/2010 2:42:00 PM
Witty, and clever, this is a delight to read, dear John!! :) ~ Carrie
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Date: 2/28/2010 1:52:00 PM
I've asked Audrey to write these comments on my behalf: Good luck in the Limerick contest, John, and thanks for the honor in the selection of my poem as a winner in your sponsored contest here on the Soup. ....Jimmy
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Date: 2/28/2010 1:28:00 PM
This is a good one, JohnMoses!! Beautiful picture -undersea! Thanks for your kind comments on my poem. As always, I appreciate it. Peace, Audrey
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Date: 2/28/2010 12:48:00 PM
Interesting species that you have chosen to use as a topic. I will have to look it up and see what this Giant Isopod looks like. Keep the creative pen flowing. Thanks for stopping by my writes. I don't know if you got my soup mail saying thanks for the placement in your contest. I know that it is very difficult to chose amongst all the great writes that are in always entered in these contest. Sara
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Date: 2/28/2010 12:33:00 PM
thanks for your welcome comments and success in your contest!! God bless you on his day!
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Date: 2/28/2010 12:33:00 PM
different poem, are these those creatures that live in the dark depths of the oceans?
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