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Carole Patton Mennie spent 25 years as a journalist, writing for a wide variety of business and computer publications. During that time, she won the American Business Press Award for Outstanding Journalism. These days, she sells real estate in north-central New Jersey, and is passionate about her first love--poetry! She has two talented daughters, one handsome son, and four grandchildren. Oh yes, she is married to a wonderful guy who puts up with notebooks (and crumbs) in bed.

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Poem TitlePoet NameCritique Given by carole j mennieCritique Date
japanese verse 24 (Old Age)Erzahl Leo M. EspinoHi Erzahl--Lovely Haiku, expertly done. You have mastered the form. Also, a salty truth in L3. [Well, we ought to get something in return for the painful joints, the wrinkles, right?] Nice! Best--Carole2003-09-27 09:12:19
Haiku - untitledAndrea M. TaylorHi Andrea--You've got the 5/7/5 syllable style down. Good job! However, a Haiku should also make sense gramatically. 'Abound' is a transitive verb suggesting 'plenty' or 'abundance' so while you might say 'fish abound in the stream,' you can't say 'fish is abound.' You need a replacement. (Autumn is afoot; ablaze?) Good job. Thanks for the opportunity! Best--Carole2003-09-27 08:34:05
Hamburg HaikuMichael J. CluffHi Michael--I am becoming quite a fan of haiku and tanka, and this is excellent! The 5/7/5 form is right on. The images are superb, and I like your use of 'trills'--also, the title! Bring on the special sauce! Memorable piece. Best--Carole 2003-09-23 23:28:34
(haiku)Donna Carter SolesHi Donna--This is good Haiku, and thought-provoking. You've mastered the 5/7/5 form. Good job! Best--Carole2003-09-23 19:05:03
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