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Slice of Life: Simply the Best #SOL19 #TWTBlog

Clare
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    Melanie Meehan
    Posted at 10:10h, 13 March Reply

    Two slices now that remind me of the Runner, but for different reasons. I like the poem format of the small moment. My dad used to laugh in the way you describe,

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    Lynne Dorfman
    Posted at 10:12h, 13 March Reply

    Satisfying exhaustion and contagious joy – I loved reading this poem because it reminded me of episodes of contagious laughter – forbidden laughter – the kind you cannot control. I found myself suddenly smiling. What a great way to start my Wednesday! Thanks, Clare. The simple truths in this poem make it delightful to read!

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    Shelly
    Posted at 10:53h, 13 March Reply

    Love your poem! So true and I could relate to all the descriptions of laughter. What a great start to the morning. Laughter is the best and such a necessity in life!

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    Diane Dougherty
    Posted at 11:18h, 13 March Reply

    Simply the best ! Yes, yes it is. “Lightens your heart, “Awakens your spirit” and definitely contagious.
    Thanks for the poem. I read somewhere that daily laughter can increase the length of one’s life!

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    Noel
    Posted at 22:49h, 13 March Reply

    Your poem really captures the essence of laughter!

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    Paula Bourque
    Posted at 00:51h, 14 March Reply

    So many iterations of laughter that I was able to connect with. Found myself smiling, just reading this poem. Man, do I love those hysterical convulsions. They don’t happen often, but when they do it is like medicine for my soul!

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    Mandy Robek
    Posted at 02:35h, 14 March Reply

    My daughter and I have taken a class with my friend called, Laughter Yoga. There’s a lot of brain research on the benefits of laughter and often practiced in other cultures intentionally. I now have wonders about the others in the photo, who are they that create such joyous laughter.

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