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I am hooked line and sinker 💕

I am hooked line and sinker 💕

I don’t know how you do it but I am hooked line and sinker 
By such beautiful words from a poetical thinker
She siphons my senses as she soothes my soul
Her rhapsody of romanticism has made me whole

I am transported thru timelessness amidst imaginable inner dreams where absolutely anything is possible beyond her shreds of subtle seams
What a wondrous wordsmith this woman is tho I doubt she know’s her ingenuousness as she weaves her whizz

I salute you fellow Poetess 
Do you realise the sheer pleasure ?
Your manuscripts are melodious
for an avid bookworm to treasure
Such paean poesy is a joy to my ears as I read out alloud it sounds like sweet music of the spheres
So Thank you kindly dear friend for your unique creations and “Bravo” “Well done” with these perfect publications

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Cherie Leigh

Awwww...Jill, you just gave me tears in my eyes. This is just the kindest thing ever! Thank you!  I have been having a really rough emotional morning, and this made me smile and feel appreciated. Bless you!  I love you!  I had no idea how you feel about my poetry this way....so sentimental. Thank you so much! I will keep this forever and read it when I need to feel encouraged and motivated to write. xo ;) Much love and hugs.....xoxooxox  

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Jill Tait

Please believe these words my love 
You are truly gifted and blessed with creativity and romanticism ❤️❤️

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Marion Price

Aw...agree with every word you have written Jill...well done Cherie..hugs both 💕

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Pratibha Savani

Aaaww Jill its lovely dedication to Cherie, our queen of romance! Captured it to the core. Perfection. Amazing write. I love you too Jill 😘💜 Px

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Jill Tait

Awww shugs Thanks luv I am
honoured to be loved ❤️💗❤️

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A Lonely Journey

Jillian!! 
Thank you for pointing out how we all love that incredible poetess!! She is true love, gorgeous and pure, and the world is so much better because of her. 
I loved that tribute! We should have a challenge where everyone writes about her! (Kidding, Cheerie, don't strangle me, I know you're humble). She is awesome, though, and so are you Jillian. Thanks again for recognizing love at it's best! 
Matthew. 

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Jill Tait

❤️💗❤️ ay Cherie is lovely ❤️💗❤️

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A Lonely Journey

Yes, quite lurvely. 
As are you, Pirate Lady. Ayy!! LOL. 
You crack me up with your vernacular, lung yady! 
M. 

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Jill Tait

Teehee I b long Jolly Jilly from short Island afar “Ahhh Jim lad” 🤣💙❤️

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A Lonely Journey

That you are, Jiggly Jilly! 
I once wrote a poem about a pirate who had hooks for all of his hands and feet, yet hands and feet for all of his hooks. It was very confusing, as when he went fishing, he would toss a hand in on the line, and the fish were looking for a hook, and boycotted his line. He didn't eat for months because of this and, as a consequence, ran up a hefty bill on his next Denny's visit, and got in deep with some loan sharks, and not men loan sharks, but actual shark loan sharks, and they ate his hooks, and not the hand hooks, but the hooks he used as hands. Anyway, it all turned out well when a friendly mermaid saw he was having issues, and loaned him $100,000.00 to pay off the loan sharks, and his Denny's bill, and only charged him a 5 percent interest fee. 
Anyway, the poem didn't do well, like my others, so I was very happy with it. 
Thanks! 
M. 

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Jill Tait

Teeheeee u r a hooot!!! 🤣🤣🤣❤️💗❤️

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A Lonely Journey

Thank you. 
I'm not actually a hoot, but I did play an owl in the school play once. It was a lovely play, called The Owl With the Wretched Sense of Direction. I was the misled owl, and would often show up in Parsippany when I was supposed to be in Baton Rouge, and vice-versa. People got so angry with the owl for showing up in the wrong spot that they pulled all my feathers out, and I looked like a bald cat, and they gave me some milk. That was the whole play...I guess it wasn't very good, but what do you I expect??!!, we were only 38 year olds in 3rd grade! Anyway, go see it sometime if you get a chance, OK? Thanks. M. 

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