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Displaying Critiques 1 to 9 out of 9 Total Critiques.

Poem TitlePoet NameCritique Given by Teresa GreenCritique Date
From Mom and To MomEllen K LewisEllen, This touches me so and with tears in my eyes I can not really begin to tell you what it means that you were able to share this poignant piece with us. I think you should take another and go on your trip for her because she would have wanted you to. Thanks so much for sharing this one. Yes love lives on forever... Peace, Teresa2007-02-03 09:28:18
The truth of the passionMark Andrew HislopHi Mark, Wow! You sure know how to grab our attention when we're lazily reading the lilting rhyme and then, BOOM, you hit us with the anger and more then that, frustration that He must must have felt. This is very convicting. We're lucky we're not toast and maybe that's coming soon... Nicely done Mark! Kudos! Peace, Teresa2007-01-21 15:09:11
Widow Walk TimeJames C. HorakHi James, Title caught my ear with your whispering 'w's and the implication of death. You approach subject of death with these soft sighing sounds and the rhyme has a softening effect as well. This piece speaks to the heart of anyone, but especially those you have lost a loved one to such a cruel fate as war. Use of alliteration and other poetics help build this into a definate keeper. I'm glad I found this, as I haven't had much time recently for perusing. Peace, Teresa 2007-01-06 11:34:09
Falls Are Bronze and GrayThomas Edward WrightThomas, Killing me softly... Lost my Mother 8 years ago. Can not find the words to say what this one does to me. But it does... If I fall. Thanks for this Teresa2006-12-04 08:23:46
This Evil CompanionEllen K LewisHi Ellen, I can't help but identify with this portrait of depression. I have been there and know how it feels. I'm glad you were able to rise up from the depths. See how far you've come! That's awesome. I think when someone is depressed they tend to feel like they are the only one who is suffering this way. It helps to see that others have been there done that and this is the time of year people tend to suffer emotional stresses. Sooo....Your posting is timely in that regard. Title is intriguing. regards, Teresa2006-12-03 20:07:45
Ready?marilyn terwillegerMarilyn, I really love this. You hit on some life changing points. Most tend to put off 'til tomorrow, thinking I have time. But this warning should be heeded. I especially like the last 4 lines. Encourages us to think about our life purpose and time left. We all have need to ponder these questions at some point. Not wanting to overstep since I'm relatively new here but Um, are we thinking about our mortality lately? I just read "Wrath", which I found to be quite thought provoking as well. Good message and title. I love titles that are questions! Kind regards, Teresa 2006-12-03 17:56:57
SpringMark Andrew HislopMark, I think the average person might get hung up on the "oh, to be new" part of this piece and miss what you are really saying, We are who we are because of the journey. And it is that journey that shapes us. Take that away and we are simply hollow. Enjoyed this piece. Something to ponder... So did I come close at all? LOL Kind regards, Teresa2006-12-03 15:47:59
Scourge KillJames C. HorakJames, How true, so true are your additional notes. Sad state of affairs, yet everything comes full circle,doesn't it? That title! Clever, telling, attention-getting. The poetics of the piece are stunning, yet the words can actually give one an uneasy feeling... More then that I'll leave to the experts, of which I am not among. Peace, Teresa 2006-12-03 14:46:17
Sailing to MazatlanJoanne M UppendahlPoet, I am cut to the core from poring over this revelation. You have found a way to climb out of your skin and look within. The rhythm of your poetics rolls like the sea swells. Your greif is exemplified here within these lines and I can not help but identify with the messaage within. The sea itself spans your grief and therefore the sailing is just a painful reminder of how far that place where you felt no pain really is. Too far from home. How thought provoking this work is! I'm new to this site and am enjoying the ride so far. Peace and hope, Teresa 2006-09-16 19:54:38
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