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Reply Annabel Sheila
3:11 PM on January 12, 2017 
Hi Valerie Allen,

I have no problem with you posting my poem on your FB page, as long as you indicate it is my poem. Thanks.
Reply Sheila Sund
4:07 AM on December 4, 2016 
Hi Annabel - I'm a photographer and used a quote from your poem "My Daughter's Tears" to describe a picture of my daughter that I posted on Flickr. The phrase rings so true for me!
https://www.flickr.com/photos/sheila_sund/31262992552/in/datepost
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Reply Valerie allen
12:37 PM on August 22, 2016 
Hi, I'm a senior health care on a dementia unit and I absolutely love the poem you wrote about dementia. I have started a support page on Facebook for people who are affected by this awful desease and I was wondering would it be ok to post the poem for others to enjoy
Reply Grace
10:25 PM on June 4, 2014 
do you let others post a poem on their website? I would love to post one of your poems on mine. I only pick about one out of a thousand poems to post on my site. But I love your poem about your Daughter's Tears. I really think others can relate to that. My website is: www.delightfulpoetry.com
Reply Janice Hetfeld
12:18 PM on May 24, 2014 
Dear Annabel,

I just came upon your poem about your daughter. Until I realized it was you writing as her mother, I thought it was your daughter's poem. . .as it so described me.

My depression was such a personal burden that I can honestly say I never really considered how it impacted my mother. She must have been so much stronger than I ever realized.

Thank you for sharing.
Reply albert ahlf
10:56 PM on May 17, 2014 
Here is a link to a jazz song I wrote about your poem "my daughter's tears". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtjJgTTmts4&feature=youtu.be
First i play it instrumental then I sing it.
Reply albert ahlf
10:29 PM on May 17, 2014 
Hi Annabel. I am a jazz musician and I just composes a song out of your poem "My Daughter's Tears". Here is the link. http://www.noteflight.com/scores/view/bf64bb104b72f1b5a66bdbe4d1b
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Reply RogueMudblood
11:22 PM on April 27, 2014 
Ms. Sheila,

I have recently found copies of your poetry posted to a site called "Wattpad". They have demanded that you submit your own DMCA takedown to have the material removed despite my providing them with a link to your work online.

The message from their admin is as follows:

Hi there,

Thank you for bringing this to our attention. Protecting copyright is important to us, and we really appreciate the time you took to submit this ticket.

In order to verify your report, please ask the original copyright owner to submit a ticket to www.support.wattpad.com with a link to both the original story and copied story.

If you have any other questions, you can find out more information about Wattpad's copyright policy in our Terms of Service at http://www.wattpad.com/terms.

Justine
Your Wattpad Support Team

- - -

One of the items including your material can be found here:
http://www.wattpad.com/46543398-poems-the-tears

I do hope that the issue can be resolved swiftly for you.

Sincerely,

RogueMudblood
Reply Cynthia Williams
4:38 PM on December 21, 2013 
Dear Annabel, please help your daughter by getting her on a seratonin re-uptake inhibitor, seratonin is a brain chemical that will not make her happy but absolutely will stop her from feeling depressed. Then after she has spent about six months, not being depressed, then she needs to start taking a norepinephrine re-uptake inhibitor. Norepinephrine is another brain chemical that gives a person back their motivation, focus, concentration, problem solving skills & impulse control. (I.e. Reboxitine or Strattera). But before doing any of that, make sure your daughter has spent at least three to six months taking a Centrum multi-vitamin& multi-mineral supplement every day, preferably one with breakfast, one with lunch and one with dinner, until you feel that every cell in her body is as healthy as it can be. For example, it takes one year for her body to replace every cell in her liver, so any unhealthy cells, due to poor nutrition, will all be replaced after one year. Excellent nutrition should always be top priority for any chronic condition. I've been where your daughter is and I did the research to get myself better after I was on Prozac.
Reply Aleth R. Veras
7:11 PM on December 4, 2013 
I love your poems

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