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Words flow and go What? When? Where? and How? Tell the story as it is given. Pondering and wondering Make it exciting, sad or glad Suspenseful, heartwarming or romantic Viewers all like a good story Embellish as needed check for spelling and grammar (don't want to look like an idiot) Run by your favorite critic Post on Poetry Soup for all to enjoy.

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Date: 4/27/2010 8:26:00 PM
I love the wit you put here,,,,great job,,,^_^ v
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Date: 4/18/2010 3:55:00 PM
lol.this is great advice Doris(: hm.i have problems with that, it takes me forever to type up even one poem, an hour or more. because i replace my written words with bigger words that i search for on dictionary.com.lol.shhh.. thats supposed to be a secret.but it helps me to remember the ones i find and i get used to writing them in my poetry so i won't have to look at a thesaurus all the time, ha ha.-Always&Forever Lynette
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Date: 4/17/2010 9:36:00 PM
hi. i am dani. when you siad you hoped i could stop. it was me. the person who i was writeing about i mean..... just say8ing. and i like ur poem..... 0.o
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Date: 4/17/2010 7:37:00 PM
Doris~ that sounds like what I do all the time my poor husband has to listen to all my poetry he must be so sick of it! I enjoyed this! Laura :)
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Date: 4/17/2010 6:26:00 PM
This sounds like a recipe for perfect Soup poetry, Doris. Glad to hear you had a nice day! Enjoy the rest of the weekend and keep giving us delightful writing tips as you have here. (Thank goodness for spellcheck!) Love, Carolyn
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