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    Artists and Poets is a collective blog of the Artists and Poets Group on ZNE, a mixed media artists group. There is a link to ZNE below as well as a link list of all of the creative talents who make up the group.

    Artists and Poets seeks to share, showcase and evoke conversation concerning the compilation of art with words.

    If you would like to share a piece you have created, please leave a comment with a link and I will be in touch. If you would like to share your thoughts regarding the work shown here, please leave a comment.

    After all, it is all about connection. Thank you so much for stopping by!

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June 15, 2008

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Shelley

Applause!!! Nice art too!

June

Love the artwork for this!!!

Stacey Merrill

My husband had a good chuckle when he saw this (that is him on the upper left corner)

Bernice

Wonderful poem ladies and Stacey you managed to make the perfect art piece for our poem once again.
Hugs
Bernice

June

Your husband, Stacey? that's awesome!
I didn't see the poem as it was being finished - who wrapped it up? I couldn't see where that was going or how to bring it to a swift humorous conclusion - good job, somebody!
p.s. Is there an archive somewhere that we can see who added which parts on all our poems? I'd love that, especially when I'm away for a while and miss watching them get added onto day by day.

June

If someone can edit? Stanza 20 the line break should be between 'attend' and 'Gus grinned'.

June

Apology if I typed it wrong, but please on my lines #14 and 15, that should say "No sooner had Misses Petunia and Patch
settled themselves than up strolled their match." No comma.
"than", as in http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/radio/specials/1535_questionanswer/page61.shtml

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