Contest Vote For Naani

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7 votes Orphan by jenintorre
6 votes Not Words, A Kiss by michaelcahill
6 votes Simple Joy by Angela Post
4 votes A kiss by rjuselius
3 votes A Wish For Our Survival by Ogden
3 votes History by Jan26
3 votes Walls by K.E. Edwards
2 votes Spring! by victor 66
2 votes A New Trick by Sugarray77
2 votes Dark Days by BlueMarble
2 votes Forget You Not. by marinaluv
1 Vote Sail Away by June Sargent
1 Vote Reaction! by Judvan2
1 Vote Winter Hunt by IndianaIrish
1 Vote Decisions by jackiesmuse



Comments For Orphan by jenintorre

Much better than my own entry.


Comments For Not Words, A Kiss by michaelcahill

Some great entries. This one struck me.

So true.


Comments For Simple Joy by Angela Post

Wow! This was very hard to choose...Everyone had such wonderful poems! If I could have chosen more than one I would have...as is I chose the one that rather goes along with my life as it is now..Good Luck everyone!


Comments For A kiss by rjuselius

The definition of a kiss just won me over I've never thought of it that way but I love it very romantic definition


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