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„In vain?“ of Irene Beddies

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readysteadypaddy (onkel.merlinweb.de) Authors profile06/03/2015Answer
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Ich antworte dir mal in Deutsch, weil mein Englisch hierfür nicht reicht: Liebe Irene, du triffst es auf den Punkt. Wer alles in sich verschließt und wegleugnet, wird krank. Wer hingegen ehrlich Gefühle und Gedanken fließen lässt, dem fließen auch (Er-) Lösungen zu. Ein sehr gutes Gedicht. Hut ab! Liebe Grüße, Dein Patrick

Answer by Irene Beddies:
Lieber Patrick, nun übertreib mal nicht! Wer so gekonnt Songs nachdichten kann, wird wohl so viel Englisch/Amerikanisch beherrschen, um einen Kommi zu formulieren. Ich glaube eher, du bist zu müde gewesen um kurz vor 4 Uhr *lach. Trotzdem: Dank für dein Lob und herzliche Grüße an dein sicher noch schlafendes Ich, deine Irene (06/03/2015)


Alma Brosci (Send E-Mail) Authors profile06/02/2015Answer
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"I was taught to hold in my pain"
that's a line that should not be for-
gotten .... never ever ... Inge

Answer by Irene Beddies:
But why? Isn't it better to let all out what gave pain and start anew...undisturbed? Irene (06/02/2015)


Mandalena (g.sicklingergmail.com) Authors profile06/02/2015Answer
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Ein durchaus tiefgründiges Gedicht, liebe Irene! Herzliche Grüße von Mandalena


Ellaberta (Ladenspeldergooglemail.com) Authors profile06/02/2015Answer
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Dear Irene,

best to scream out loud what is bothering you, do not let your sorrows strangle you.
Hugs,
Christina

Answer by Irene Beddies:
Dear Christina, you are completely right. Sorrows and Anger should be named,- this way they can better be overcome and not nag on your soul entirely. Hugs and gerretings, Irene (06/03/2015)




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