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November 19, 2008

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I'm really enjoying these Chicago poems. It's showing me a part of the city I wouldn't experience as a tourist. Thanks.

Hi, Mitch. Discovered your writing through the link on Bill's blog. Your Chicago poems are wonderful and I look forward to more. They evoke a time when kids walked, or rode bikes, or took the CTA everywhere and the streets and the landmarks of the neighborhoods became imprinted on our minds. It just doesn't happen when you drive by chain stores every day.

Your Chicago poems are wonderful and I look forward to more. They evoke a time when kids walked, or rode bikes, or took the CTA everywhere and the streets and the landmarks of the neighborhoods became imprinted on our minds.

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