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posted by rel at 7:00 AM
Succinct and true. Sometimes you don't have to say much for the message to hit!BTW I have tagged you - go to my blog and see ... :0
so glad it found repose in unemploymentit deserved it!
Lovely ode to the forgotten toothbrush!
Hi Suz! Love the words 'toothful grins' ... all sorts of wonderful smiles come to mind!
Nice. Is it because the teeth are gone ? *evil*
how so much can be said with very few words!Intense!loveNlightGabi
and, who is andrew sullivan??? did i miss something?your magpie was great...i loved the now unemployed ending...just perfect!!
Simply adorable magpie!
Short and Sweet...bkm
if the toothbrush is unemployed...this does not sound good. smiles. nice magpie!
Sweet Haiku without the cavities! Most astute! Simply Zen! Quintessential! Jane Jones logb
Dang. It happens. Dang. This is a perfect response to the prompt!
Nice haiku. I feel a little sorry for the toothbrush though...seems like he needs something to do with his free time.
Things are bound to get better..anyway, that's to be hoped for!
wow, this makes me want to know what happened?!brilliant magging!
so this is how old toothbrushes pass the time, remembering 'toothful grins.' Ha, ha! great magpie!
Came back for one more read and realized I called you SUZ! Sorry, I just looked up one comment and there she was.............
Perfect Haiku --- has a powerful punch to it --- Joanny
Ode to a used toothbrush. Brilliant!
A wonderful haiku. It really tells the story 17 syllables. Super job.
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