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|Reviewed by SARA QUEST
|Sally, "But who will love them after me?" is so powerful it ought to stand alone in the end. Just what me thinks!
|Reviewed by Jackie Brooks
|My computer's Monitor shelf and my printer top are home to several bears, I recently posted a poem about the two beanie bears on the printer. I think that Editor is probably an old fogey who never had a childhood! Personally, I am enjoying my second childhood and I enjoyed your poem too. Jackie <> <|
|Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot
|I wonder why they didnt like it Sally, no sense of the inner child within us. But, for the record, I think bears are cute, cuddly and totally necessary.
I have on the end of my bed, a little goat, called Paddy, A white Rabbit, called Peter cottontail, and an Sheep called Ewan Mcgregor, LOL, and I dont give a toss hehe.
I like the poem, and it is an idividual choice, but for now, I'm content to behave as childish as I want, collecting farm animals.
|Reviewed by Sandie Angel
|This poem is cute in one way, but filled with philosophy in another. I love the use of the seven bears being in the cupboard. Yes, sometimes we do have to put things away, and move forward.
Love your write!
Sandie Angel a.k.a. May Lu :o)