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Edmund Charles Baranowski

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Sirenoa said:   April 10, 2011 7:58 pm PST
The fates were kind in letting me cross paths with you. The poem you recited to me, Plain As Day, has inspired this little artist, for sure. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful words!

Charlie said:   October 3, 2010 8:32 am PST
Edmond I met you at the Ren Faire and you read the The Disclaimer of the son of a Saint on the last day of the fair before closing. I was browsing through your other poems and "Walk in the Woods" caught my attention. I like this stanza, its effective in creating that want to slow down and intake everything: The obvious escapes the driven. Shift to neutral - do not brake, just allow your self to slow. Quiet your mind - listen... Quiet your spirit - hear... Breathe in deep through your nostrils - sense... Well done sire! Hope you catch you in another Ren faire or just poeting somewhere.

Christine said:   June 13, 2010 3:54 am PST
Love the poems!!!!! Keep m' comin'!

Twigg said:   February 19, 2010 12:12 am PST
Edmund!!! will you be at wicked for an apperance like last year????? i hope to see ya there "The years may carry us through the streams of memories, but only a friend will hand you a towel to dry your feet" - Twigg

michele said:   January 3, 2010 4:56 am PST
may your year be amazing and may life tickle your soul. blessings and love, m

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