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Full Name: Ron. Lavalette
Timezone: America/New_York
Website: http://eggsovertokyo.blogspot.com
Biography: <p>Ron. is primarily a poet living in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, land of the fur-bearing lake trout and the bilingual stop sign. From his front yard, he could easily throw a stone into Canada but has learned, from bitter experience with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, that doing so is considered a hostile action.<br /> <br /> A reasonable sample of his published work can be found at <a href="http://eggsovertokyo.blogspot.com">EGGS OVER TOKYO</a>. Like most folks with an abundance of time on their hands, Ron. blogs; and because he likes to keep things eggish, he calls his blog  <a href="http://rlavalette.wordpress.com">SCRAMBLED, NOT FRIED </a><br /> Although he loves his poetry, Ron. writes a fair amount of gem-like prose, some of which can be found here and at the <a href="http://houseofwriters.ning.com/">HOUSE OF WRITERS. </a><br /> He's not quite dead yet.</p>

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Thanks, Di.
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Pure poetry - very evocative - you are a painter with words..Di
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