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April 22, 2008

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Just found my way to this blog and wanted to say: hello, Jenny! How lovely it is to read your words again.

Oh Rachel--Hi there. What a delicious reunion! I *miss* you!...and....if for some reason you're not Rachel, and you're reading this comment, I miss you too, but don't miss out on Rachel's poetry site: www.inkberry.org -JF

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of coming back
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"After You've Gone"
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