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by Kate Burnside

Wednesday, April 07, 2004
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Read between the lines
Space becomes reality
Truth remains unsaid

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Reviewed by Kate Burnside 4/7/2004
Thanks, guys, for these valued comments, but I posted this late last night and it seems to have expanded in my head overnight - must be all the yeast I carry around in there! If you would care to comment, I'd love to know which version you prefer and why?! Thanks a whole lot. lol KB
Reviewed by Daniel McTaggart 4/7/2004
Which is why politicians never stop talking.
Reviewed by Lori Moore 4/7/2004
Excellent. I agree with your concept. Sometimes, it is best to let the reader read between the lines. To me, the best poems do not answer every possible question that arise within their lines. Nicely done.
Reviewed by Gaylen Sharp 4/7/2004
I wish the this was a truth that more held dear to thier heart. I have been accused of leaving out to much in my writing and it's moments like these that I feel vindicated. I think that readers can put themselves into this and get what they want, but the truth is right there between the lines.

Great stuff.
P. S. not just anyone can write so much with so few words and not seem pompus.
Great, Great!
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