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  1. Congratulations! And it’s a delightful piece. Very moo-ving.

  2. Elizabeth Enslin

    Moo-ving: good one. Thanks, Jason.


  3. I love this poem. I think it’s a fabulous first.

  4. Elizabeth Enslin

    I appreciate your encouragement, Deb. And thanks again for the prompt that inspired the poem.


  5. Congrats..as one who has no writing talent, I would be thrilled to be able to write a poem about cows let alone get one published..Seeing that cow made me think back to the visits we had to a cousin’s dairy farm..great fun for kids..hay and poop, what more does a kid need…Michelle

  6. Elizabeth Enslin

    Thanks, Michelle. I’m actually quite pleased to begin with such a quirky poem. The older I get, the more I enjoy embracing eccentricity. And yes, it is a beautiful cow photo. I might like my own dairy cow someday.

    Now about that writing talent — it seems as though you are writing a lot on your blog about things you’re passionate about. And have an enthusiastic following. I’d call that writing talent. Keep it up.


  7. Liz, what a great practice–pondering a cow’s view of the world! Congrats on the poem, and I hope many more poems follow.

  8. Elizabeth Enslin

    Thanks, Priscilla. I started writing poetry last April and am enjoying it more than I ever imagined.

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