A Charleston Lament

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6 Responses

  1. anita says:

    instant tears…spirit moving…emotions rising
    thank you for your honest words
    much love to you

  2. Marg Herder says:

    Oh Anita, thank you for your kind words. You are one of the creative people who “fearlessly come forth with your truth.”

  3. Marg, I am delighted to see your name as the author of this wonderful article.

  4. Tiana says:

    Thank you Marg. Your poem was thought-provoking. You touched on all issues, thank you. So much is going on in our country, our planet and within the consciousness of individual who think there is not enough for everyone. Your poem reminded us that there’s
    enough love. Thank you.

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