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    1. Young man, I definitely have an understanding of being burned. You have my utmost respect for surviving burns. It’s indescribable. Bless your heart. Thanks for your story.
      Pete Bosshart, Tim’s older, smaller brother.

      1. Thank you big bro for listening in. I immediately thought of you when he approached me for an interview. Glad you got something out of it and I hope you two connect up. You sir have wisdom I have always admired.

      1. Thank you very much for reading and responding. Choosing to accept love can be difficult, my wife is glad I took a chance. And So am I!

      1. Thank you very much, when I saw the prompt that was the first thing that came to mind, so I had to write about it. I’m not sure what that says about me. Thanks for the listen.

    2. Fantastic. Loved your voice in this podcast, and the words you said. And of course, loved the poem. Thanks for sharing. Keep going. I wish you all the best, wish you miracles.

      1. Thank you Selma, I plan to hit all 30 days and thank you for joining me on this journey. All the best to you

    3. Just to let you know I’m your first reply, I’m not sure where why no one is responding but don’t worry your doing a great job with your poems. Take care 🙂

    4. I especially like the lines “I got to keep my hand that night / But I had to lose out on a future that I’ll never know /

      PS How interesting to have a voice piece (not sure what it’s called) to add to your post! Will explore how to do that.

      1. Thank you Elizabeth,
        I’d be happy to share how I do this, basically I am taking my podcast for the month of April and turning it into a poetry reading in hopes that others follow suit. I always find new meaning when I hear a poet read their words vs just reading it on the page/screen.