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Leray commented on Romantic Poetess's blog post Triolet Divine
"your words share a shape and softness with the sculpture ...  well done. "
Jan 11, 2014
Leray commented on Joan H's blog post Enjoy The Life
"thanks for sharing her.... I enjoyed the read.  "
Jan 11, 2014
Leray commented on Unbreakable's blog post Broken Places
"I just checked in with my Sister after reading this...   your story is so concise -- and now I get the Unbreakable part of your name  : D"
Jul 28, 2013
Leray commented on DaisyJane's blog post ok, he's really going.
"you write a good read.  your style is concise or poetic or "now" or sorta readable or whatever...   cheers.   "
Jul 8, 2013
Leray commented on Jeff L. Howe's blog post What I Believe
"..."get the hell out of the way.  The world belongs to the kids now, it’s their gig..."   I believe that too !!"
Jun 24, 2013
Leray commented on sarah brennan's blog post wisdom as dispensed by the municipal mowing team
""When life’s mower comes along..."    like that   :) "
Jun 24, 2013
Leray commented on Jenny's blog post Forgiveness??
"the rant will make you feel better cuz the emotions are unleashed  To add to JMac's music choice, put Ray Lamontagne's "Be Here Now" on your playlist...  ~peace"
Jun 5, 2013
Lyle Elmgren commented on Leray's blog post My Favorite Teacher (poetry lesson) Part II
"Another 'A'  for Leray. "The best teachers are those who show you where to look, but don't tell you what to see." See my A Canadian Writer's Journey."
Jun 4, 2013
Leray commented on David McClain's blog post Sometimes it's better to show a man than to tell him
"it's remarkable the difference between old-school and modern horse gentling techniques.  I have used the round pen and experienced some of what you describe in seeing a horse's behavior change and improve.  I believe what you do…"
May 27, 2013
Romantic Poetess commented on Leray's blog post My Favorite Teacher (poetry lesson) Part II
"I love a teacher that gives her students the love of poetry. Great story."
Apr 22, 2013
Romantic Poetess commented on Leray's blog post My Favorite Teacher (poetry lesson) Part I
"Emily was my first poetic love. I memorized her poems and repeated them as a kind of meditation. Then I read, my life closed twice and it hit home with a bang. Thanks for sharing these great memories."
Apr 22, 2013
Leray commented on sarah brennan's blog post baptism by fire//trust fall
"good memoir stuff here....  thanks for sharing.   Kevin is lucky you were the "designated grown-up" and you were lucky the prawns were inedible  :)  "
Apr 22, 2013

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