"Larry, Thanks for this curating. I love the satin lapels on her suit, her coiff, the blanket and thick grass--most of all the set of a determined chin. A strong and inspiring woman indeed. Thanks for this poem. We are so…"
"a mi me gusto mucho este poesia--my Irish mama taught me how to cuss, then slapped me for doing it! But I thank her that somewhere in my boots, when I only had one pair wandering the world, I found my voice finally. I love the voice of…"
"oops, line 2 needs "will" not "am" or some such--also all my love and hx to Georgia Santa Maria for the fun phote of me n the brass guy in Santa Fe. sorry I missed the credit line. No, for some reason they hane't…"
"Yes, the dirt of the West--bodies piled high, buried shallow, wagon tracks on top, qand many of us landed, plop. I love the lullaby that puts you to sleep as its function. The horror of slavery, Hagar, the horror of women being owned in…"
"sad and lovely and a life lesson . the walls we can touch are the ones that turn to dust--- I can see her--I hope Dee got her picture too. Your poem has immortalized that piece of art, just like Shakespeare's Sonnet to His…"
"Oh beautiful for spacious skies--yes, where is today's innocence? I think I love your mother's green rayon dress the best, close tie with the Royal portable. beautiful poem, Margaret Nostalgia serving as a mirror to…"