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  1. I loved this. πŸ™‚


  2. Ralph says:

    Paraphrasing Munchkin number 2, ..”You ‘did it’ so completely, That we thank you very sweetly.

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  3. tpesce2015 says:

    I love this. I love this. I love this. Original, complete, practical and tender, and a long overdue tribute to the undersung friend of our resting, retreating, refreshing times of life.

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  5. Tracey Lynn says:

    This is wonderful

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  6. Bushka says:

    Charmingly delightful……So rich in metaphor….great imagery. I especially liked these lines:

    ‘If crumbs fell from a snack

    My comforter…

    Would always save them for later.’

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  7. thefeatheredsleep says:

    Really loved this and ideal apropos picture!β™‘

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  8. amariesilver says:

    Very cool! I still have the baby blanket my mother made me. It’s tucked safely inside my nightstand.


  9. Heather says:

    Sweet memories, not too heavy nor light. Irreplaceable πŸ™‚


  10. Gail Kaufman says:

    Happiness is a warm blanket. Linus got it right.


  11. Good one . I love when creative writing can bring inanimate objects to life. Well done πŸ™‚


  12. A // W // F says:

    This is just perfect. I couldn’t help but feel nostalgic right along with you.

    So I have to know: what did the Inspiration Comforter look like? πŸ™‚

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  13. luckyjc007 says:

    Very good! Enjoyed reading. πŸ™‚


  14. The Martins says:

    This is absolutely beautiful. I love the exposed sentiment and history behind something as simple as a comforter. I’ll never look at mine the same way again. πŸ™‚

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  15. Sona Rulz says:

    thank god no love made at my bed πŸ™‚
    it’s sin free


  16. vivachange77 says:

    Your comforter has stood the test of time as a security blanket. I love the story your poem tells. ❀


  17. WaltR says:

    This poem is a testament of GOOD POETRY. I love it, and I’ve never had a comforter myself. I love the use of your sentence construction, and the personification of the comforter as well. I was left with a smile on my face from such good work! Keep at it

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  18. sirenaross says:

    an ode to a warm blanket. perfect.


  19. Susan Langer says:

    What a great poem. The personification was wonderful. πŸ™‚


  20. mmsalandy says:

    Clever as always. Have a great week.


  21. meonwords says:

    This is wonderful. I feel your comfort and your discomfort;)


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  23. Just Hannah says:

    Never thought of my comforter this way. Absolutely love this poem. I almost want a part of it stitched ONTO my comforter


  24. shushanena says:

    I shan’t look at a duvet the same ever again! πŸ™‚


  25. What a beautiful love poem. I read it and re-read it…I love it.


  26. Robin King says:

    What a delight!


  27. Joyful2bee says:

    You reminded me of my grandmother’s velvet bathrobe! It was black or a dark navy blue. I snuggled up under it on a cold night and in my youthful attitude and ignorance, believed it could keep me warm at the North Pole!
    I love that memory. Thank you for starting it! Hugs!!


  28. Cat Fink says:

    Beautiful. So much love in these words. Thank you.


  29. Jim Peacock says:

    This made me feel like a kid.

    But what about the most important trait of a proper comforter – protection from the Monster Under The Bed! πŸ˜‰


  30. Gail Kaufman says:

    Is it sick to love a comforter? If so, I don’t care. How could you not love something that envelops you with warmth and softness.

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  31. dennyho says:

    Your imagery here is delightful! I am thinking of a favorite comforter that travels around our house, has provided warmth to many and as you suggest, continues to do it’s job without fail. What a wonderful tribute to a blankie!


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