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My daughter found at the age of 28 (Free verse) by Jill Stockinger
Feathered over lightly with dreams of belonging Folding the three of us into a nest of time Holding us together in the always The DNA beating true through the veins of our lives Genetic puzzles locking and unlocking Forging the chain on which love unfolds Identity forms tied to traits unexpectedly manifest Heredity the key Questions leading the way.

Up the ladder: Corner of 30th and Tibbs
Down the ladder: Shadow

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Arithmetic Mean: 4.821429
Weighted score: 4.8218703
Overall Rank: 10793
Posted: March 16, 2002 1:17 AM PST; Last modified: March 16, 2002 1:17 AM PST
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[n/a] deleted user @ | 16-Mar-02/1:21 AM | Reply
I like the images, "DNA beating true", linking DNA and love. Not sure how the title fits.
[3]... anonymous @ 138.16.130.2 | 13-May-02/3:04 PM | Reply
It falters with the genetics, but this is quite good anyway. Perhaps Genome instead of DNA?
[0] Edna Sweetlove @ 85.210.224.198 | 16-Jan-07/4:50 AM | Reply
I would just love to be say how great this is. But that would be a lie. It hits rock bottom in all senses except pretentiousness.
[0] mr cunt @ 85.210.255.94 | 27-Feb-07/5:16 PM | Reply
This poem shows you and ROCKMAGE (same person) are cunts, total and utter cunts
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