Jessica Standifird

Jessica Standifird

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About Me

Just a leaf caught in God's secret hurricane. (Thanks, Jim White, for writing my bio with that one simple line.) I still like Wheat Thins.


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Posted 13 Years Ago



Use Your Imagination 2 Contest

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Posted 13 Years Ago


Thanks for the review Jessica. I'm glad you liked the poem. I'm glad to be back writing and posting. Two months of editing was tough.

David

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Posted 13 Years Ago


Thank you so much for the review :D

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Posted 14 Years Ago


stoppin by to say hi

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Posted 14 Years Ago


thanks for the review on coo coo clock... glade u enjoyed it...

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Posted 14 Years Ago


Thanks for the review of Admitted. Hospitals really never sleep. I'd never been admitted to one before, though I'd stayed over twice with my son when he was hospitalized. The rhythm changes from morning to afternoon, from evening to night, but always there is a rhythm, a change in the light, a change in the sounds and the tones of the voices.

David

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Posted 14 Years Ago


Thanks so much Jessica for the review of Exhausted. I'm glad you liked it.

David

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Posted 14 Years Ago


Thank you my love, for taking the time to review Deus de Ventus for me. I always appreciate your input, no matter how harsh it is. I did find your words hard to bare in relation to this particular poem. Though I admire your honesty in this regards, the somewhat brutal approach might have been tempered to a degree by the idea that you might someday want me to write again... ever.

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Posted 14 Years Ago


Jessica, thanks for the read and review. Genie was definitely a shift in mood, a pretty grumpy mood spawned that one. I've been playing with the colors. One person didn't like the brighter blue, so I switched to indigo, which didn't help. It looked better with the brighter blue. You might be right about just the italics. That probably is better. The reddish color is a refrain or an under story, if that's a phrase I can use.

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Posted 14 Years Ago


Thank you so much for the review of my haiku :) I look forward to having a bit of time this week to look at more of your work as well.

Julie