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  • Nan. From the WordPress account to post a comment on a Blogspot account will require you sign in with either your Google identity, i.e. your gmail adress (I’ve had to learn that too). The comment form asks which online identity you want to use. Glen Buttkus won’t post your email address. Perhaps ask your assistant to walk you through the process? It’s a harmless process in fact aimed at privacy of bloggers, to avoid spam and so on. Kindly email me when you have questions like this. This very comment I’m posting requires me to sign in with my wordpress account!

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    • Many thanks for your research into this question, dear friend, but haven’t the patience. I stay in a kind of overwhelmed state as it is. Of my own making, of course.
      Glenn and others will understand I suppose that there are additional comments than he receives from d’Verse. This isn’t the first time I’ve had to leave a poem due to “atom bombing.”

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