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Displaying Critiques 1 to 11 out of 11 Total Critiques.

Poem TitlePoet NameCritique Given by Kay C StewardCritique Date
Jewels Gleamcheyenne smythI enjoyed your quatrains - light and lovely subject with no faults I could find, perhaps one only; 'While feathered wings (instead of feather) apart from that, well done poet. Cheers, Kay.2012-01-09 08:53:15
To My ChildrenMandie J OverockerWriting from your heart with deep feelings of remorse and regret for what could have been. I commend you for your honesty, sharing your pain with other writers does help us to understand in some miniscule way the pain and loss that you have experienced. I find no fault with your lines. Well done poet. Kind regards, Kay.2012-01-09 08:46:30
On Our WayDeniMari Z.I liked the theme of your poem; it would look better if you closed the lines up (making sentences)and my suggestions (with respect) to make your poem flow 'Ship so small - The wind pushes - When it docks, I am smiling - For this small ship has come home. Each line looks better if you use a capital letter. Well done poet. Regards, Kay.2012-01-09 08:39:55
Saving Your IntentionsMandie J OverockerWell thought out and I thought it was a strong poem with a strong subject. I felt that you wrote this from your heart and it shows. I just felt (with respect) the last two lines stumbled...The truth that your like was not a 'sham' instead of shame - hard to make the last line rhyme? Well done, blessings, Kay.2011-12-17 00:27:58
Finding MeMandie J OverockerI liked your deep and meaningful poem about choosing a new you and a new road to walk. I have one suggestion (with respect) "Just like the others you smothered when you were present. Abandoned in your presence." Apart from that. Well done. Blessings, Kay.2011-12-17 00:22:46
Colors of LifeDeniMari Z.Interesting subject, went well until it got to 'just the best of meaning for anyone to take' found this a little confusing. I am colors is a good start to the heart of the poem but it starts to wander a little at times. Could you start each line with a capital letter? And it would help the reader if you could punctuate your lines for instance: embraced by all - flushed with feeling. Thanks for sharing. Blessings, Kay.2011-12-13 23:46:50
Hollow AcrimonyMandie J OverockerI thought that you wrote this poem from your heart; good imagery and the subject was a place that not many go and talk about it as you have. This is a good quatrain with a solid rhyming and nothing to change in my opinion. Bitter sweet words of a loveless mother and a poem that touches the heart. Blessings, Kay.2011-12-13 23:38:17
Old boy a Macdonald acrosticDellena RovitoTitle is confusing - Old Boy. Acrostic poem is the beginning of each line a letter that spells the title. Not Old Boy in this case - your title should be 'Obama' I have no idea what a Macdonald Acrostic is, care to enlighten me? I think that your poem has merit and I don't know why you put in the words Nobel was lead to bestow? Are you adding Nobel the peace prize for a reason, or the man Alfred Nobel as a suggestion that Obama should follow peace instead of war? Thanks for sharing, blessings, K. 2011-12-13 15:36:34
Just the FactsDellena RovitoEach new line should start with a capital letter. An interesting poem - suggestions: Time (night passes into day)Day has gone before begun. Easy turns difficult? What does this mean? Beliefs become difficult is a sensible line explaining what is truth and what is lies, got that part. Not sure what you are trying to tell in your poem except that religions perhaps are confusing and where do you go to find the real peace. Ignorance is bliss...true; searching for truth is commonplace. Thanks for sharing, blessings, K.2011-12-13 15:27:03
The Haunts of DeathDeniMari Z.You wrote from your heart with the pain that is endless and yes, there is no other pain equal to losing your child. I have a few suggestions (with respect) "When and how do these nightmares end? Will the dawn bring you back, or pretend. Are our hearts mended with time to begin again? Our souls hold too much pain. Will joy return to mend our broken selves, to live again? 2011-12-10 08:29:05
Puppetcheyenne smythInteresting subject about being a puppet on a string within a relationship. I liked the subject and found it interesting; people do dance when others pull strings within a relationship, afraid to lose the one they desperately want to be loved by. Suggestion for easier flow: I am a puppet dancing on your strings. Not too sure about the word 'quilted' words, maybe you were meaning the words made up a pattern? I found your poem a little bit stiff as far as flow, apart from that - nicely written. 2011-12-10 08:15:15
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