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July 25, 2009

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Thank you for an awesome week of posting. I love this one, not only because I agree with you and Donald Hall but also for the very BAP-centric reason that "What Bee Did" by Julie Larios appeared in the 2007 edition of the anthology -- as did a poem in Natasha Saje's alphabetical series ("F" rather than "H," however). Here's hoping you'll return soon to blog for us again.

Hey Richard great posts, loved this one in particular.

Here's to the people.

jmh

Richard - thanks for all your great posts this week!

Yes Richard, I've enjoyed your week. Thank you.

I think I'll send this poet to my favorite young poet, Lily, the writer of this prize-winning poem (that I think is quite wonderful):

http://talesfromthelaboratory.typepad.com/tales_from_the_microbial_/2008/06/oh-its-been-a-l.html

I love that dogs are the dreaming people!

I've enjoyed the week very much.

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