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  1. BeeHappee says:

    “artistic noodlery” πŸ™‚

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  2. Bushka says:

    Intriguing…….that missing shoe. πŸ˜‰

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  3. Oh my goodness the end of that poem hit me hard in the gut. Fantastic. I love this one so much.

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  4. Yearning for approval made my heart skip a beat…..and then it disappeared into a closet so dark

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  5. this takes me to so many places…. recesses….. some good, some not-so-bad—– more distressing. I don’t think any of us ever know our Mother’s as .. that person ….separate from us.

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  6. Ralph says:

    Again, Well done !
    Mother’s “Dark Closet” held many things. Some, of which, are best to remain, unfound.

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  7. Juli Hoffman says:

    Great imagery! This poem would make great song lyrics. πŸ™‚

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  8. nexi says:

    Love the layers of perception in this.

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  9. mfstark says:

    I had to do the same thing when I was a kid with cigar boxes. Thank you for the memory.

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  10. Bioman says:

    Mum’s dark cupboard – my Mum didn’t menstrate apparently, nor have a belly button for I never saw one in he rold fashioned bathing suits….life of Victoriana. If it ain’t got macaroni it ain’t got that starch to stand the reign of time.

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  11. Love it as a scout, as a mom and as a boy scout leader.

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  12. From nostalgia to a really sad end. Loved it! Good Job Elan πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘

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  13. omnl+chow says:

    This is beautiful. That last line though. Brilliant.

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  14. stormy1812 says:

    Such word smithing! Fabulously done πŸ™‚

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  15. meshelkelly says:

    The leaning high heel of pasta! =o)
    It brought back memories of mother’s day and father’s day projects for me!

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  16. elmediat says:

    Excellent. πŸ™‚

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  17. vivachange77 says:

    Great mix of imagination and insight into the world of child and mother – and mother’s dark closet.

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  18. frankpovah says:

    Lovely Elan but sad – and the old story of Cinderella was even sadder. Her dark closet was an open field where she was left to die.

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  19. jeandesanto says:

    I like that last line.
    Very Oedipal.
    Great poem.

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  20. A // W // F says:

    This is absolutely fabulous. Both humorous and dark … Love!! πŸ™‚

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  21. Rareity says:

    Digging the subtle humor in this one.

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  22. ANM7 says:

    Good work. Funny. Catalytic. I dig the metaphor; the quest for the darned thing and the disablement subjected to by the “dark” closet. Love that.

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  23. cote8050 says:

    An amazing and moving piece, and familiar, brings back those feelings of creating that special work of art as a child…. where did those pieces of art disappear to!? and I love “artistic noodlery” great line!! Michelle

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  24. skat says:

    You brought it all back–the gold spray-paint smell, the macaroni, the Elmer’s. For the life of me, I can’t recall what we glued it to though. And “called it macaroni”, ah, yes! This too, I remember.
    Excellent piece!

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  25. wwwpalfitness says:

    Reblogged this on wwwpalfitness.

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  26. meekins says:

    Loved this. Oh the things we would give our mothers, I’ll never know if they were truly cherished or politely adored.

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  27. J Lapis says:

    I LOVE THIS–5 Stars for unique creativity, well done!

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  28. Oh Elan, You surprise and amaze and never disappoint!

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  29. This is adorable! I loved it. πŸ™‚

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