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Name:
Scott Messinger
Email:
Eyeland1000@al.com
Location:
PA
Date:
October 11, 2017
Comments:
Mary- Your poems are fantastic. I love your observations about aging. Also your your dads' to his baby sister before going off to war is so very touching. I can see your connections to your dad in your work.
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Stan Xaslow
Name:
Deborah (Duryee) McGuire
Email:
ilufu5@comcast.net
Location:
NJ
Date:
February 29, 2016
Comments:
Lovely, insightful poetry written by a lovely, insightful woman.
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Self
Name:
Marian Narrod
Email:
mnarrod@juno.com
Location:
Pennsylvania
Date:
Oct.4,2015
Comments:
I lost my email in the process of writing it. So I have just started over again. We did so enjoy your Christmas poem as we have all of your poems. I am going to go back and read some over again. Love, Marian
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Mary
Name:
Harris Cohen
Email:
glider77@aol.com
Location:
Pennsylvania, USA
Date:
July 26, 2014
Comments:
You and I shared a class with Ginnie Strong Newlin about five years ago. I always loved your work especially in form. Loved your appalling limericks and so much more.
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a chance meeting in the hallway at Waverly
Name:
Richard Harrison
Email:
shamrock5681@gmail.com
Location:
FL, USA
Date:
JUN 4, 2014
Comments:
"Variety is the spice of Life" - so the saying goes, but with Mary's wonderful poetry the opposite is also true. Dip into these whenever YOUR life needs a little of either. I keep Mary's NOVEMBER DAY close at hand, as well as WHAT IS AN ELEPHANT by Edward Nudelman, another poet friend - though I have never met either face-to-face, Just mind-to-mind.
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My work with Mary on limericks
Name:
Joan Drummond
Email:
Jkdrummond1@comcast.net
Location:
PA, USA
Date:
May 30, 2014
Comments:
Your haiku published in the New York Times about the dogpark brought back all those memories of the wonderful beautiful day and not so beautiful day walks that we took around the park. How we miss those walks.how we miss the dogs that took us to the park and and how we miss the friends that we made in the park. Thanks for bringing back the memories.
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Mary
Name:
Hagit Whitaker
Email:
hagitwhitaker @gmail.com
Location:
PA, USA
Date:
April 30, 2014
Comments:
Love... On this "Growing Old" page,Upon Meeting an Old Love is my favorite!! XXXOOO
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Mary
Name:
Jerome Siegel
Email:
wriart@comcast.net
Location:
PA, USA
Date:
April 30,2014
Comments:
Mar, Thanks for your thoughtful and informed editing of my writing. Thanks for your poetry, Alma Mater is one of my favorites. Thanks for being you. All my best, Jerry
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M.M.
Name:
Michael H. Miller
Email:
millermedlab@gmail.com
Location:
PA, USA
Date:
April 22, 2014
Comments:
By happenstance, I came upon your poems. I enjoy them immensely. I don't know if you remember me. I worked for you in the Arthritis Center in the lab. Glad you found such joy in your retirement. Best wishes, Michael
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Self
Name:
Arlele Barr
Email:
anbbk.tk1980@yahoo.com
Location:
PA, USA
Date:
April 18, 2014
Comments:
Your poetry is truly moving. I nearly came to tears when I heard you read about Pogo.
Referred By:
Mary Moore
Name:
Bernice Hunt
Email:
bernice.hunt@gmail.com
Location:
PA, USA
Date:
April 12, 2014
Comments:
Here are my favorites from among the "Life in General" batch: First, are the Person of Interest “since I left town without delay” and Mme. Cezanne who “clearly will convey the marriage she puts up with every day.” They are all superb and hard to single out. My felicitations to you!!
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Self
Name:
Paula M. Waxman
Email:
Pmwaxmani@aol.com
Location:
PA, USA
Date:
September 21, 2013
Comments:
I thought I knew you. Fifty years later I find a new softer you. What a wonderful discovery! Love, Paula
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Mary
Name:
Ela Samarxhi
Email:
ela.samarxhi@gmail.com
Location:
PA, USA
Date:
April 25, 2013
Comments:
Mary, Really enjoyed reading your poems. Particularly the Life in General category. The Sticks and Stones poem made me laugh. Well put! Then again, they're all very clever. Much love, Ela
Referred By:
You
Name:
Raven Lang
Email:
ravenlang@sbcglobal.net
Location:
CA, USA
Date:
April 7 and 9, 2013
Comments:
i was at a memorial, and a poem of yours was read. it was lovely and was about impermanence. can you send it to me? i cannot find it online. i would love to have this poem for a friend.thank you. [Mary replied (April 8,2013):I don't believe the poem you are thinking of is one of mine. I wonder whether you might be looking for one of Marianne Moore's poems. Hers are easily found online and in print. One which comes to mind is called "What Are Years?", the text of which can be seen here: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20081211104655AA1PscY ] Raven's second comment (April 9, 2013): mary, thank you so much for getting back to me. i appreciate your time and attention to my request.that was not the poem, but i will try to find it now that i have a path to follow. meanwhile, i listened to several of your poems online, ones that you read, and they were lovely. thank you again,raven
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Self
Name:
Anna Ozios-Geoghegan
Email:
anna222@comcast.net
Location:
MA, USA
Date:
Dec. 21, 2012
Comments:
Lovely! You have quite a talent, Mary. We have a holiday card for you, but I cannot find the slip of paper with your address. Please email it when you have a moment. Cheers and all best, Anna + crew
Referred By:
Maija Cooper
Name:
Vivina Lewis
Email:
vivitta@hotmail.com
Location:
PA
Date:
Dec. 8, 2012
Comments:
I came to your web site, as you can see, and am thoroughly impressed! Happy Birthday again, fondly
Name:
Richard Spear
Email:
rlspear@yahoo.com
Location:
Malaysia
Date:
Dec. 7, 2012
Comments:
HAPPY BIRTHDAY! I wish we could drive out to Rutt' s Hut and celebrate with a deep-fried hotdog. (I recognized myself in "Upon Meeting an Old Love.") With love, Dick
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Today's date
Name:
Joe Q.
Email:
quintons@verizon.net
Location:
PA, USA
Date:
December 2, 2012
Comments:
a long time Mary
still plugging away. I remember, you inspire.

It is poetry or is it
letting loose all that
is inside without

a dam to curb the stream
flooding flooding
overwhelming

Referred By:
Magic
Name:
Gloria Parker
Email:
buzztune@verizon.net
Location:
PA
Date:
November 8, 2012
Comments:
Tailgaters great fun, Mary. Glad I looked.
Referred By:
You
Name:
Joan Vanbuskirk Smith (riddles@borderregions.com)
Location:
CA, USA
Date:
Oct.29, 2012
Comments:
Mary! I love your tailgaters! Your delightful humor and spark are evident in every single one! Congratulations on getting published in the Washington Post -- that's quite an accomplishment! I treasure my copy of your November Day poems. You skillfully weave both wit and depth throughout your works.
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Alan Bell
Name:
Jayne Osborn
Email:
jayne.osborn@dsl.pipex.com
Location:
England
Date:
Sept. 2, 2012
Comments:
Hi Mary,What a terrific website you have! Lots of great poems here, and interesting details about your life. I really enjoyed reading the poem your father wrote to his sister all those years ago. He'd be so proud of you for all that you've achieved! I haven't read everything here yet but, as Arnie said in that film, "I'll be back!" All the best, and Happy Writing. Jayne
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Mary
Name:
Susan Cohen Tobin
Email:
sartzi@aol.com
Location:
Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A.
Date:
July 3, 2012
Comments:
Dear Mary, Sitting with my daughter, Sarah, and browsing your website. Delighted to say I so enjoy your poetry, and I'm sorry there are so many miles between us. Love, Sue
Referred By:
You
Name:
Bernice Hunt
Email:
bernicehunt@comcast.net
Location:
PA, USA
Date:
May 19, 2012
Comments:
Mary, I have just finished reading every word on your website. I enjoyed it all--especially the poems--and feel that it carried me one step further along the path of getting to know you. Thank you for inviting me in.
Referred By:
Mary Moore
Name:
Michael H. Siegel
Email:
Michael.Siegel@oneonta.edu
Location:
NY, USA
Date:
Feb. 7, 2012
Comments:
What wonderful things I have found here on this site. It would be very hard for me to say which I enjoyed more but it would be impossible to top the poems about dogs. Thanks so much for the joy you have brought. Michael
Referred By:
Mary Moore
Name:
Bonnie N. Fay
Location:
PA, USA
Date:
Nov, 24, 2011
Comments:
Dear Mary, In reading your poems, which I liked, somehow I had overlooked your dad's fine poem, "To the Kid Sister." I appreciate his writing talent -- the meter, the thoughts, the flow of words. I'm sure his talent has rubbed off on you.
My old friend Alene had a daughter who lost her dad at a very young age -- two was it? Her daughter became a fine horsewoman and eventually owned a horse. She became a veterinarian. Alene showed me an early picture of the girl's dad, in riding attire, who was also a fine horseman.
Fondly, Bonnie
P.S. I hate to miss sitting in on your ESL classes because you are such an inspiring and imaginative teacher.
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Mary
Name:
George Muse Gaston
Email:
gmgaston203@yahoo.com
Location:
GA, USA
Date:
July 27, 2011
Comments:
My great-grandmother, Marie Moore Grenecker, was the aunt of Pickens Stansell Moore. I absolutely love his poem. By chance, I just read a clipping from The Augusta Chronicle, dated 14 March 1918, that talked about Charles and Stansell serving together in France. "What a small world!" Your poems are all beautifully written and inspiring; one can visualize and feel the emotion of each line. Your Augusta Moore ancestors would be very proud and could supply you with a 'world of characters' to write about. They were a lively bunch. For the past year, I have been researching the Moore family at Ancestry.com. I recently moved back to the Augusta area after living in New York City & Ridgefield, CT for 28 years. It is hard not to see the places of our family here in Augusta...from the cemeteries they are buried, to the streets they lived (even a few of their homes are still standing); or from the legacy they left behind. Needless to say, our ancestors have now passed on, but I am a firm believer that their stories should be passed to future generations. Not only for the history their lives can tell, but the joy & laughter they can still bring to the table.
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The name "Pickens Stansell Moore"
Name:
Charles F. Lenzi
Email:
charles.lenzi@verizon.net
Location:
PA, USA
Date:
July 11, 2011
Comments:
Ciao Mary: Enjoyable,quotable and illuminating. Great trifecta!
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Mary
Name:
Syed Abid Hussain
Email:
tahktesulaiman@yahoo.com
Location:
Pakistan
Date:
June 01, 2011
Comments:
Hello Mary, it was a rare pleasure knowing you and visiting your site. Your poetry with all the shades of personal and universal human experiences really did touch me. Just wanted to tell you that I enjoyed reading your poetry which was multi-faceted and so realistic and gave me a chance to peep into your life. Thanks for sharing.....warmest regards/Abid
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None else but Eratosphere
Name:
Margo Jodyne Dills
Email:
mjdills@gmail.com
Location:
WA
Date:
April 22, 2011
Comments:
I really like your poetry, Mary. Thanks for sharing. Lovely stuff.
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Just popped in from napowrimo site
Name:
Katherine Ellington
Email:
ellkatd@gmail.com
Location:
NY
Date:
July 17, 2010
Comments:
I enjoyed reading your story (journey in medicine) and poem. Kind regards, Katherine
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Poetry that appears in Pulse
Name:
Marian Narrod
Email:
mnarrod@juno.com
Location:
PA
Date:
July 16, 2010
Comments:
I continue to be very moved by your poetry. Love, Marian
Name:
Theresa Philips
Location:
AZ
Date:
May 31, 2010
Comments:
Hello, Dr. Moore. I was actually looking for a reputable rheumatologist when I came across your poetry website. Your poems are wonderful. I, too, am very fond of dogs and will never be without one. I see you're happily retired. But at least I've come across your poetry! Yours sincerely, Theresa Philips
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Google
Name:
Ann LaBorie
Email:
annlaborie@gmail.com
Location:
PA, USA
Date:
March 31, 2010
Comments:
I read your delightful dog poems and look forward to enjoying the others.
Referred By:
Murray from the YMCA
Name:
Edna Small
Email:
Erklein@aol.com
Location:
D. C.
Date:
3/25/10
Comments:
Dear Mary, Congratulations on the new website. It's very impressive, and certainly an upgrade from the earlier one, which was also very satisfying to the reader. Keep writing, dear friend. Love, Edna
Referred By:
Self
Name:
Richard Harrison
Email:
brightwater03@comcast.net
Location:
Florida, USA
Date:
March 14, 2010
Comments:
Hi Mary, Glad to see you still light up the world with your Pogoetry! Hope all is well and that Spring will arrive on time after all the rain water drains away. Dick
Name:
Edna Small
Email:
Erklein@aol.com
Date:
Monday March 08, 2010 00:46:55 GMT
Comments:
Mary,

I love the image at your new website. Can't wait for it to be up and running. In the meantime, we can all enjoy your poetry here.
Name:
Janis F. Glusman
Email:
JanisG@rsvpmc.org
Location:
PA USA
Date:
Wednesday February 17, 2010 20:47:53 GMT
Comments:
Dear Mary,
It is with great pleasure that I write to you in the guest book and tell you how much I have enjoyed your poetry.
Your Dad's poem is so very touching and suprising that you never knew that he shared that talent with you until so much later.... If only!!!

You are a dedicated professional at whatever you set your mind to accomplish and I am so very proud to know you!
Best,
Janis
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Mary
Name:
Brenda Horn Rakestraw
Email:
brake@sco.edu
Location:
TN USA
Date:
Friday November 06, 2009 22:32:14 GMT
Comments:
Just stumbled across your site..I had 2 red poodles I've had to put down just this last year..one was 21 & the other was 19. LOVE YOUR POEMS, your site & your beautiful red poodles..they are so precious!
Name:
Bill Brennen
Email:
wbrennen@earthlink.net
Location:
PA USA
Date:
Friday May 15, 2009 11:53:27 GMT
Comments:
Your accomplishments in poetry are an inspiration to a rank beginner like me.
Name:
joan turner
Email:
jturn3@comcast.net
Location:
NJ usa
Date:
Wednesday October 08, 2008 21:32:06 GMT
Comments:
Dr. Moore, I really love reading your poems but what's even better is listening to You read them. I've missed your comforting voice the last several years. The dog poems are my favorites. There is no denying the special relationship you and Pogo have. Wishing you well, Joan from Cape May, NJ
Name:
Barbara Benamy
Email:
bcbenamy@aol.com
Location:
PA USA
Date:
Saturday September 13, 2008 17:11:05 GMT
Comments:
So lovely! Looking forward to returning when not so rushed! Great to see you today!
Referred By:
you
Name:
joan v. smith
Email:
riddles@borderregions.com
Location:
CA usa
Date:
Monday August 04, 2008 01:08:20 GMT
Comments:
Hi Mary,
Your poems are beautiful. You write about some of my favorite subjects: dogs and living. I like your aging collection. . . . something in one of them about hoping to avoid the "tagalongs" of the process. Today we celebrated Alan's dad's 92nd b'day. He's in surprisingly good shape, but the tagalongs are beginning to complicate things.

Your father's poem is wonderful. Full of bravery and tenderness and humor. I love how you use it as a view into who he was, and a connection with him since you are also a poet.

Thank you for playing on the website. Alan lives so far away, having one of his friends play tinker with the riddles is a a special joy to me.

= -]

joan
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alan bell
Name:
Anne King
Email:
kingamc@hotmail.com
Location:
PA USA
Date:
Thursday April 24, 2008 20:05:47 GMT
Comments:
Dr. Moore
Absolutley fabulous!!! Loved the dog poems, now that I am a dog owner myself! I'd love to read more!
Referred By:
Mythili Seetharaman
Name:
mythili seetharaman
Email:
mythilimurali@hotmail.com
Location:
PA USA
Date:
Thursday April 17, 2008 23:14:35 GMT
Comments:
Dear Dr. Moore,
Great talking to you and glad to hear of your new skills. I liked whistling girls and upon meeting an old love the best. Will keep in touch and try to meet up soon.
mythili
Name:
David A. Bevan
Email:
Tafbevan@gmail.com
Location:
PA USA
Date:
Monday March 24, 2008 14:21:40 GMT
Comments:
Each Day But One
I like the meter and the message for thought
Name:
Patsy
Email:
prendleman@carolina.rr.com
Date:
Friday February 08, 2008 20:38:52 GMT
Comments:
I am sending your poetry web site address to a friend of mine who also writes poetry.. I thought she would enjoy knowing yours !! Pat is thrilled that you liked her film clip.. Love, Patsy
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self
Name:
Pat
Email:
Patrendleman@aol.com
Location:
NC USA
Date:
Friday February 08, 2008 00:36:51 GMT
Comments:
Cousin Mimi-"SIX LEGS"---really got to me. I want 6 legs forever! "EACH DAY BUT ONE" is a great way to look at every single day. I am so proud to be related to you! I read all of your poems and your voice is clear to me.
Love, Pat
Name:
Bill Sabin
Email:
wasabin@midcoast.com
Location:
ME USA
Date:
Tuesday May 29, 2007 15:17:23 GMT
Comments:
I have now read all of your poems and am truly impressed by your gifts, both technical and philosophical. I'm especially taken with your ability to transform everyday events and feelings into a heightened form of experience. And I hadn't expected to see your mastery of so many verse forms--even clerihews and limericks and centos (a new one to me). Then there are your witty observations (I especially liked "Advice") and your wonderfully outrageous rhymes (problematical/sockbatical or idously/hidouly). And I could not help but be moved by your poem about your mother (whom I remember quite well solving a Puns and Anagrams puzzle on the porch overlooking Van Houten Avenue) or about your becoming a widow.
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Herself
Name:
Burton Zweiman
Email:
bczweiman@verizon.net
Location:
PA USA
Date:
Wednesday April 11, 2007 19:04:59 GMT
Comments:
Mary-I really enjoyed reading this sample of your skilled poetry, especially about the dogs. I felt that I was right there with you when you were walking your dog (brought back memories of our beloved dogs).
Best

Burt
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an enjoyable phone conversation
Name:
Daniel Worona
Email:
dworona@yahoo.com
Location:
CA usa
Date:
Friday February 23, 2007 22:11:08 GMT
Comments:
Enjoyeed your diet limerick soooo much I put it on my DIET HUMOR Web site. Please visit: www.danworona.50megs.com

It has been the number one diet humor site for years.
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oogle google
Name:
Dick Schneider
Email:
gladwyne@aol.com
Location:
PA USA
Date:
Thursday February 22, 2007 22:12:02 GMT
Comments:
Mary--I went directly to my computer and there you were. I really enjoyed your dog poems and am about to hand them to Peggy. What a treasure you (and Pogo) are, and right around the corner. Dick
Referred By:
You
Name:
elizbaeth samuel
Email:
jteke@singnet.com.sg
Location:
Sinagpore
Date:
Saturday December 16, 2006 08:27:07 GMT
Comments:
Hi Aunt Meme,
how are you, i just stope by and wanted ot say great poetry! i loved the man from mars and the dog poems. they were great! i love to write poetry to. hope to see you soon, maybe at grannys (jane durkin) house this summer.

Again best wished and loving thoughts,
Elizabeth Samuel (Lizzie)
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Mom, Jane Samuel
Name:
John Martin
Email:
MartinJohnH@comcast.net
Location:
PA United States
Date:
Tuesday December 12, 2006 23:02:49 GMT
Comments:
Wonderful writing talent.
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card
Name:
Bob Wright
Email:
carolewright@adelphia.net
Location:
PA USA
Date:
Monday November 06, 2006 20:05:48 GMT
Comments:
I enjoyed reading your poems. Good to see you Saturday. I saw Mariah Vassal has visited your site. I trust she is still the same wonderful person. Bob
Referred By:
Mary Moore
Name:
anne abel
Email:
anne.abel@gmail.com
Location:
PA usa
Date:
Tuesday August 08, 2006 01:50:26 GMT
Comments:
Mary,
my morning coffe has never been as fun as it is now that i am drinking from my x-large mary e. moore limerick cup. keep up the good work.

anne
Name:
Ilze Lakstigala
Email:
ilzelak@localnet.com
Location:
NJ USA
Date:
Sunday August 06, 2006 20:54:19 GMT
Comments:
Following the strains of Erato,the muse of lyric poetry,you obviously have found a creative outlet for your retirement thoughts.Congratulations and full steam ahead!
Name:
Ela S.
Email:
elas200@yahoo.com
Location:
PA
Date:
Thursday July 27, 2006 02:49:12 GMT
Comments:
Dear Mary. I tried hard to make a poem about learning how to drive but couldnt come up with a good one, so I thought you're the poem expert maybe you could come up with one?!?!
Love Ela
ps: love the peoms!!
Name:
Richard Harrison
Email:
brightwater03@comcast.net
Location:
FL United States
Date:
Monday July 17, 2006 18:16:27 GMT
Comments:
Mary,
I "Googled" your name - how wonderful!
Dick Harrison
Name:
Murray Callahan
Email:
murray.callahan@verizon.net
Location:
PA USofA
Date:
Thursday July 06, 2006 16:55:36 GMT
Comments:
That was a great deal of fun, Mary. I especially liked the one about medical specialties and the doggie ones!
Referred By:
Herself!
Name:
Suzanne O'Brien
Email:
sobdogs@mindspring.com
Location:
NY U.S.A.
Date:
Friday June 23, 2006 21:00:03 GMT
Comments:
Two thumbs (and four toepads)up! Enjoyed all the poems, but the one that really got me was Dogpark. I was immediately there in my mind, then I went and had another look at my favorite photo of my mother, at the dogpark with Dolly, Scooter and Roscoe.
p.s. the limericks kill me!
S.
Referred By:
Cassady's friend
Name:
Patsy
Email:
prendleman@carolina.rr.com
Location:
NC USA
Date:
Sunday June 04, 2006 23:21:25 GMT
Comments:
Mary has always been a real talent and I am proud to be a part of her family --Patsy
Referred By:
self
Name:
Mary Campo
Email:
mcampo@verizon.net
Location:
PA USA
Date:
Saturday April 08, 2006 16:18:51 GMT
Comments:
Dear Mary - Loved your poems, and loved your picture. Mary
Name:
Mariah Vassall
Email:
mvass32@aol.com
Location:
PA usa
Date:
Friday March 31, 2006 02:45:46 GMT
Comments:
Mary,
really enjoyed your play-on words in many of your poems.
The one liked the best because could identify with you was "The Widow"
Referred By:
poet
Name:
Lucy Sallick
Email:
lucyellen@optonline.net
Location:
CT
Date:
Saturday February 11, 2006 23:10:01 GMT
Comments:
I love reading all the poems here. My favorites are "Advice" "Widow" and "Person of Interest".
Referred By:
Mary
Name:
Jane Durkin
Email:
jdurkinhome@verizon.net
Location:
NJ USA
Date:
Sunday December 11, 2005 17:04:36 GMT
Comments:
The poem you wrote about my mother suits her to a T and I love the dog verses, but the best are about doctors, especially the dying old man. Actually as I write this I can truly say I liked them all. Jane
Name:
Gloria
Email:
buzztune@verizon.net
Date:
Saturday December 10, 2005 21:29:56 GMT
Comments:
Mary- website looks very good-is there a way to turn equals signs into apostrophes? I really liked the poem about the old man's death.
Name:
joe quinton
Email:
j_r_quinton@sbcgrlobal.net
Location:
TX usa
Date:
Tuesday December 06, 2005 15:06:53 GMT
Comments:
some encouragement jq

Are poets
To be embraced, bowed to,
As if the very deed of poetry
Cascaded onto him her
Some magic?

The poet only says:
This is the way I see life,
Accept or not
Sometimes the experience
Joys.
Referred By:
mem
Name:
joe quinton
Email:
j_r_quinton@sbcglobal.net
Location:
TX USA
Date:
Saturday December 03, 2005 06:21:22 GMT
Comments:
VERY IMPRESSIVE
MORE AT ELEVEN
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m moore
Name:
Uta Bruntsch
Email:
Uta.Bruntsch@t-online.de
Location:
Germany
Date:
Sunday November 06, 2005 15:37:47 GMT
Comments:
Hallo Mary, diese Webseite ist gut gelungen! Das Bild gibt ihr eine persönliche Note zu der Beschreibung Deiner Person.Deine Gedichte finde ich sehr lesenswert.Besonders interssant finde ich die Gedichte , das Altern betreffend, mit diesem unangehehmen Thema befassen sich nur wenige Mensche, da machen Poeten keine Aulnahme.
Bitte mach so weiter und lass mich allles Neue sehen auch wenn es noch nicht perfekt iet.
Viele Grüße
Deine UTA
Name:
Marian Narrod
Email:
mnarrod@juno.com
Location:
PA USA
Date:
Friday October 28, 2005 19:52:07 GMT
Comments:
I found your web site to be very interesting. The poems about family were especially moving . The ones about dogs, I loved. They were both humorous and oh, so true!
Let's have more.
Name:
prem singh charan
Email:
premsinghcharan@yahoo.com
Location:
India
Date:
Monday October 17, 2005 09:39:29 GMT
Comments:
contagious hues

Joy
And Sorrow
Both are
Contagious .

Have you
Ever seen
Smile
and tear
Spare anyone ?

(c)2005 prem singh charan

Good poems.I like 'whistling girls'.
prem
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Name:
Edna Small
Email:
erklein@aol.com
Location:
DC
Date:
Saturday, October 15, 2005
Comments:
Dear Poet, A wonderfully creative site. Congratulations. I look forward to more poems. (By the way, I couldn't access the doctor ones.) Great picture, too.