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  1. Considerer
    Considerer at | | Reply

    Gorgeous. This is my favourite –

    “Loving I am

    as loving is

    as loving can”

  2. Charli Mills
    Charli Mills at | | Reply

    Absolutely beautiful, what came through! You scored a “10”!

  3. Lisa Reiter
    Lisa Reiter at | | Reply

    I’m honoured you wrote a poem specifically for this prompt and full of admiration as well that you stuck with the fear of blowing your own horn and didn’t procrastinate either!

    I suffer from the same thing as it was never ok in our house to display anything near confidence in case we became arrogant!

    So glad you can put it into words on the page. I love it all but get the same relief from expression on the page. Thanks Morgan, Lisa xx

    Truth to be told
    no gray in sight
    writing is bold

  4. Geoff
    Geoff at | | Reply

    Not easy, Morgan, to pare back to poetry to capture the essence of your thoughts. Bravely, and perfectly, done.

    1. Morgan Dragonwillow
      Morgan Dragonwillow at | | Reply

      Thank you Geoff, breathing your words in.

  5. Norah Colvin
    Norah Colvin at | | Reply

    Good on you for acknowledging your strengths and daring to air them in such a profound way. Strength is definitely a strength. 10/10

    1. Morgan Dragonwillow (@MDragonwillow)

      Thank you so much Norah!

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  7. Jen
    Jen at | | Reply

    This is a lovely response! It’s always so interesting to me see how other people structure their thoughts. I would have never thought to write a poem. I love the 5th stanza.

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