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January 25, 2011

Duality

26 comments:

  1. dude...this is frickin brilliant...excellent write bubba...

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  2. Well thank you, Brian! I couldn't get Blogger to let me do two columns, so I made it a picture. Not crystal clear, but readible.

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  3. sometimes all i can manage is "aw."

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  4. Thank you, you lovely ladies!

    I'm calling this one a WIN for me!

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  5. Love the duality of the dialogue.
    Great sentiments and great One Shot!!!

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  6. Very nice Eric and that is exactly what we think
    when we have found true love. I believe.
    Pamela

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  7. They are both lucky to have such love - no loss would be greater

    Thanks Eric for sharing with One Shot

    I bet your sweetie feel she is lucky to have you and visa versa

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  8. That is a beautiful marriage in any sense of the word...Nice One Shot...bkm

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  9. What a great idea! And the lines go through many emotions in the commonalities.

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  10. Connected at the brain stem and hip is a good thing.

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  11. I love that echo... of your yearning, Eric... You are always so unique

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  12. wonderful tribute to you and your wife. Kudos for such a loving relationship!

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  13. Sounds like the perfect relationship. Maybe they'll each be able to show the other what worth they have, but don't seem to believe in. I hope so.

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  14. Great match up and example of how love can work when it goes both ways.

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  15. this i call unity... what a cool idea eric - loved it

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  16. Love it! I believe it was Brian that said this brilliant. He is totally right. :)

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  17. Aww..how sweet, Eric!! And so true too! I can often hear myself (and hubby) saying this!
    Love, when mutual, is awesome indeed!!

    LOVED and really enjoyed your style here, my friend... it means a lot (the column affair)!

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  18. This is so sweet! Two very lucky people.

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  19. clever write, love the paradox of duality,

    and a SWEET love poem or is it poems?

    nice one shot,

    joanny

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  20. Sly, impressive, smooth avoidance of overstating theme.

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