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Author Name: Premiumsheedreams 7 Comments
Date Added: June 28, 2010 22:06:19 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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 departing from the established or traditional norm
not situated in the geometric center 
a disc or wheel with its axis displaced from the center 
so it is able to impart reciprocating motion

devoid of prejudice; impartial
 gathers friends from the four corners of the earth
love makes the skin appear translucent and diaphanous
sees unique qualities that shine from within

L-eading edge
the edge of a sail that faces the wind
 experienced wrath before and has endured a bigger storm
braced against the wind
does not fear an honest cry for help

filled with hope
endeavors to walk on the sunny side of the moon

artistic composition of varying objects
like a patchwork quilt
color is the theme that unifies

to form a mosaic pattern using a variety
of colorful stones or glass squares
to rotate a design so the shapes appear to interlock
kindness and compassion mingle to assist a weary soul

cheerfully nonchalant

C-onfetti words
sprinkled like glitter on festive occasions
Author's Notes:
Ann's Poetry Calendar--Ask a friend for one word that describes you 

Lady D described me as "Eclectic".  It means selecting the best from diverse sources or styles; one that follows an eclectic method
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Comment By: TrialAnn on September 9, 2010 08:14:18 PM Report
You did a great job on this Linda. I like your style!
Comment By: FreeAndrew on June 29, 2010 02:40:06 PM Report
wow - i'm quite impressed (where's my dictionary??) - you picked up the ball that lady d tossed onto the field, picked it up and scored a touchdown with it.  very nicely done!
Comment By: FreeRobert on June 29, 2010 01:32:55 PM Report
I have seen acroustics and I have seen ACROUSTICS! This is of the latter group I do not know you well enough to comment on your character

 But if what all the others have stated is true---- WoW!

Comment By: FreeThe Bag Lady on June 29, 2010 10:12:51 AM Report
Ahhh, now Ljo, you have really, really hit the proverbial nail on the head~!...There was not a better word than eclectic to describe you....((Good shot, Lady D)))....And, yes---we are learning more words to enhance our word banks..*smile*...Eccentric, as you describe, a little SSW on the compass and rightly so, but can adapt to any direction...Candid, as that is what most of us desire when asking questions, and you go directly to the point, which is refreshing....Leading edge, there when someone asks for a 'line to be thrown'....Esperance,...always able to see the scars upon your life and proceed in the sunlight....Collage,....we refer to eclectic, a kaliedascope of fabric...Insouciant...(new for me) seem to be in a life's path stroll, rather than in a rush....and Confetti words...a plethora of warm fuzzies from your heart....
Good work on this piece....LOVED it~!!
Margaret, a Baglady readin' from the library of Ljo~!

Comment By: FreeLady Dragonwyck on June 29, 2010 06:59:52 AM Report
LindaJo:  this is incredible.  You have so given us an insight into YOU!!!  I am so pleased with this write.  And, I learned a NEW word (tessellate)!!!  AWESOME!!!!  my beautiful Friend!!!


Lady D

Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on June 28, 2010 11:15:27 PM Report
Very interesting way of expression you do have a great talent of saying what you mean....
Comment By: FreeTanya Harrison on June 28, 2010 11:02:08 PM Report
The last is my favorite!  The one that sounded the most like you to me was Esperance -that is you Linda Jo.  They all sound like you.  What a wonderful poem about a true gem of a lady.  I enjoyed this write!


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