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Another holiday season is here and the Blender is in full gear!

November was an excellent month for poetry here on the Blender and some of the finer examples are gracing our front page for this yuletide season.

So Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Festive Solstice, Awesome Kwanzaa, Happy New Year, and as always, read and enjoy!
--Kirk, Blender-Keeper     

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Those who love deeply never grow old; they may die of old age, but they die young.
--A.W. Pinero
front page picks

Beginnerís Mind - Just L
Terrific Zen-like thought.

Tread Gently - Star of David

Sunset - Laurel Ahlfeld
Nice eros-tinged piece.

Piece of Mime - stephen
The sound of silents.

Strangers in Paradise - chris
It has been a bit since we've heard from chris but he still seems to be in the finest of form.

Tell me - musicalduck

Untitled - CryingShame58
A little warmth for winter...

Me,myself and I - Farah / twisted_lie
I like the closing sentence.

Fighting for Paris back - i'm just him
Bon to the jour.

Screams - RebeccaBeth_88
How to listen.

The 7th &10th Commandment - Jane Doe
What it is.

Complicated Me - Annie Brown / Jane Doe
Sometimes you just need to be read.

Romantic? - Me?? - Ria / FalconRia
Poetry from way back...

Got Dreams - Edmundo Daudi
PROTIP: Your Loyal Blender-Keeper is a bit of a soft touch for bits of foreign language stuck in.

Your weight - Camelia Lissenhold
Admittedly a tangent from the mission of romance, but one of the more significant tangents imaginable.

Simple - Tonya Ogbin
Nice piece from a gal I hope we hear more from.

truth - AmandaB
I've always liked that bit about the fortune tellers.