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31 Responses to Published

  1. Beautiful writing! Loved it.

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  2. Talia Hardy says:

    I adore the meditative tone, Elan, Would you like to submit this to The Calais Writers Group? If so, send all contributions for consideration to: marielouisebrooks@hotmail.co.uk as attachments in Times Roman 12

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  3. Bushka says:

    Meditative mood…enhanced by evocative imagery……Yes! Lovely!

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  4. cliff445 says:

    Beautiful imagery and deft turn of phrase, atruly delightful piece!

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  5. Hi I really love this, I am running an anthology in support of the Calais refugees. https://writersforcalaisrefugees.wordpress.com/. I would love to feature yours. It will be running for at least a month.

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  6. Deborah Moss says:

    Loved it and the last two lines made goosebumps erupt.

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  7. Q says:

    Loved this 🙂

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  8. “Our feet caught, sinking under the mush of leftover tides” – brilliant!

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  9. Sad, gripping, reality. Where is humanity? Probably drowned I’m the Mediterranean Sea… RIP Aylan Kurdi 💔

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  11. skat says:

    Thank you! Your poem has broken a long-wrestled-with block. I have given you the credit here: https://kat5361.wordpress.com/2015/09/08/beached/

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  12. vivachange77 says:

    Beautiful hints of comfort and being lost. The picture is haunting because of memories it touches.

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  13. Reblogged this on EdwardianPiano and commented:
    Another inspiring piece of writing by Elan Mudrow.

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  14. JayKLMNOPee says:

    This is awesome. What a great work of literature 😉

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  15. Iwundu Wisdom says:

    Excellent. The other side of eternity.

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  16. Love it! Beautiful imagery.

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  17. daisyawiti says:

    This is simply beautiful!

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  18. meshelkelly says:

    beautiful and a bit sad…

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  19. Beautiful is just one word that comes to mind.

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  20. With lips we press hard because we are not thinking of past or future but of holding on in the present.

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