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August 23, 2010

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Ditto. Heart. And thank you for this beautiful post.

Thank you for this Laura. I know many of our visitors have wondered about your hiatus. It's great to have you back. Much love, always.
Stacey

We love you, LO.

Wishing you well. Ursi is adorable, too. What a sweetie.

You remain younger than springtime.

We missed you in writing but were never away from you "in uno senso"...Also I heard you were a size 7 now...A lot of trouble but if you want to go into modeling or swim suit ads... I guess there is always that....but I know the money is in POETRY so we will have you in our camp forever more.Thank God October is almost here....and the last of it...Someday we will laugh about it, because your wit and huumor always trump this hard cold world.

I can't wait to get the photos of you in your flowing scarves and Gypsy earrings. You are exotic even when you're ill. The Janes miss you like crazy. Hurry back when you can hurry again.

It's good to see you here again on BAP!

Love,
Anne

Glad you're well enough to write. I always get something out of your posts and this one is no exception. Welcome back.

We love you, LO.

Love this post. Your little pup ursi is so adorable.

We don't know each other, Laura, but searching you after your kind comment on my poems posted here (with Binh Danh artworks), I found this post and want to send you every good wish. Best, Robert Schultz

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on when I
left the house
for the pleasure
of coming back
ten hours later
to the greatness
of Teddy Wilson
"After You've Gone"
on the piano
in the corner
of the bedroom
as I enter
in the dark
                   

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