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Published by Carl F Maulbeck
Plunging in the water,
my soul absorbs the joy
of refreshing bubbles
Plunging in the water,
my soul absorbs the joy
of refreshing bubbles

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Published by: Carl F Maulbeck on Jun 21, 2012
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Rose added this note
Refreshing bubbles! Yes! Sounds wonderful!
Carl F Maulbeck added this note
Please read and comment on ths week's submission uploaded thursday
Daniel Essman added this note
It is good to be reminded, Carl. Thanks...
Aniruddha Sastikar added this note
Soul resides in the minutest molecule around "Plunging in the water, my soul absorbs the joy of refreshing bubbles". Wonderful work, Carl.
Mike Waddell added this note
I needed to read this after a hectic chaotic week! Love "a tonic for the soul, a cordial for the heart". Great stuff again Carl.
Greetings, groovy. Put that in your pipe and smoke it.
Steve U added this note
Some very ambitious writing!!!
Derric Saville added this note
I have read and re-read "Drink" several times and am drawn to the "erodes willfulness" for its many levels. Flowing water takes you where it will, not where you want to go. Drink(ing) alcohol takes you places you never intended, once you lose control to the Drink, yet without water as drink we'd all perish, so we are all thirsty. I think I need a "cordial for the heart".

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