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52 Responses to Published

  1. Mils says:

    *And* you’re right …

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  2. VictoryInTrouble says:

    Brilliant AND fun! πŸ˜„

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  3. Ralph says:

    And… It’s a Boolean operator that gives the value ONE if and only if all the operands are one, otherwise has a value of… Zero !

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  4. Smiles AND applause all the way around!

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  5. crimsonprose says:

    Excellent, smile-calling, and I like it.

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  6. and I love this AND I would like to reblog it with your permission…And again, WOW! πŸ™‚

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  7. BeeHappee says:

    Love it and reading a second time.

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  8. AND, guess what? I like it. I like the flow and the thought process and the usage. And I thank you for being where you’re at and what you’re doing. And, g’day to ya from here, from me and mine.

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  9. Reblogged this on SkramblinGeezer and commented:
    A wonder piece AND very meaningful…:)

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  10. I smiled right through this. Love it 😊 I would have liked to reblog this but I’m not sure how on my phone which is too bad. This is a fantastic read and so much fun 😊

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  11. Ogden Fahey says:

    And looks good on paper too! πŸ™‚

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  12. And I really like this:) (I’m an and person, too.)

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  13. And this was freaking great and exciting read!!

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  14. Anne Jay says:

    This is absolutely great and I really love it. And, I must say that I seem to like to start a sentence with ‘and’ but I do try to remove it during revision.. Sometimes successfully and other times not. And I don’t mind 😊 Thank you, truly a joy to read.

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  15. Loved it! And them some more!😊

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  16. Grammatical words can be as much fun to play with as lexical. I think Pound’s first Canto started with and, “And then went down to the sea…”

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    • Elan Mudrow says:

      Ahh, the dreaded Cantos. Not very imagist of him, the Cantos sprawl the length of the universe. Maybe they weren’t finished. That’s why he started them all off with and.

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  17. And that was so cleverly written! πŸ™‚ Lots of fun reading this, I’ve been reminded of the importance of “and” in our lives!

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  18. neryl7 says:

    Amazing post. πŸ™‚

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  19. How very clever…lovely read! You’re a fine writer, Elan!

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  20. That was good fun AND generated a lot of comments. Great stuff.

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  21. ajaykohli says:

    And the life goes on and rest is history and history is boring

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  22. Fijay says:

    ‘AND they lived happily ever after’ is a nice one …..ok …ok ….so maybe it only happens in fairy stories

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  23. Oh, be still my beating heart! A poem about my beloved “and”…I am in heaven.
    AND it was wonderfully executed. πŸ˜€

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  24. Joyful2bee says:

    This was so clever and creative!! Only a talented writer could write such a humorous and interesting poem about the word “and”! Good job!

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  25. Just Joan says:

    Well done! The Muses spoke AND spoke AND spoke on this one. AND I love the photograph with all the different ampersands, one of my favorite keys on the typewriter!

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  26. Great post! As writers we are taught not to begin sentences with and, but who can help it? And who hasn’t been blindsided during an argument by “and another thing…” My old man hates that one, lol. Not that we argue much, just sayin.

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  27. vivachange77 says:

    And you are very creative. Well done.

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  28. maria says:

    Clever!! Just wow…

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  29. hermitsdoor says:

    My favorite literary style, when one idea leads to another, with ramifcations and amplifications upon the theme, of which I write, is the embedded clause, unless of course, I chose my second favorite method of writing by incuding few run-on sentences and then some more embedded clauses…
    Oscar

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    • Elan Mudrow says:

      Nice! I like that you are “incuding” all the time. I wonder what “Spring and All” by William Carlos Williams would have been like without a few run ins with run-ons?

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  30. Fantastic, clever, witty and fresh. Loved it ! And thank you very much for liking my post and encouraging me. Looking forward to all your future posts:-)

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  31. grantman says:

    Most excellent

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  32. literaryeyes says:

    I’m sharing this link with a philosophy group I belong to, and we discuss poetry and literature and anything we want to, too.

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  33. sandyjwhite says:

    AND spelled backward is DNA. It’s in our blood and cannot be denied.

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  34. This was fun. AND clever.

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  35. thatshowitfeels says:

    And I am left with no words after going through this masterpiece. A very obvious yet highly creative to be picked AND thought about.

    Brilliant composition of thoughts AND words.πŸ‘

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