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Hmmm... I am currently working on some nonfiction. I am writing a bit of poetry here and there.

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Poem TitlePoet NameCritique Given by Jason S. MooreCritique Date
Lunar ClipsJoanne M UppendahlThis is unique and difficult to pull off unforced. I am impressed with your fluid delivery and structure here. You are making it look easy, Joanne. NIcely done. 2006-04-30 21:59:29
Luna goes to bedůJoanne M UppendahlJoanne! I cannot get an email to go through to you at the AOL address. I trust and hope you are well. When night rain bathes Earth, drenched branches nod to wind, then she slips into sea This is deep - deeper than the sea she slips into... a sea of sleep perhaps. Earth is cleansed - Nature continues - and I am puzzled whether this Haiku of 5 - 7 - 5 is beyond my reach. As always - beautiful writing. Was this something you wrote upon one of your cruiseline voyages? After much thought I'm seeing this haiku as a release for either a person - or water's inevitable journey. I like poetry that pulls us in - makes us think about the real message. The beauty of this is that it can appeal to anyone. NIcely done. 2006-04-30 21:50:54
Point of ReferenceThomas H. SmihulaLike Theseus enroute to an impending struggle with the Minotaur Are we not all searchers into that same labyrinth? And Crete falls like a leaf falls - slowly - gradually to the ground. The bulls of old are yet obstacles for us all today. No thread to lead us out. Only darkness. Thomas - this is a superb "Point of Reference" in both a biblical, worldly, and an amalgam of a human's hopeless yet truiphant spirit. I enjoyed your delivery and enigma unfolding within these lines: Point of Reference (Excellent title) Enter this maze of reflection turn in another direction finding your way (Clever memory reference and encouragement to move on - change paths) Likeness is found revolving around Now a piece of the riddle (Deja Vu in it's fullest - do we all not walk Campbell's hero trek?) Think that you know lacking the whole part of the puzzle (More to come - Yes - where is the other piece to this puzzle?) Knowing no fear Not shedding a tear unable to find a bearing (Hmmm...Blind, unbalanced, confused - no - a compass maybe) knowing your plight one might have sight the final part of the set (A movie set perhaps - or perhaps a makeshift compass:leaf/water/needle) Facing reality Enter totality here is the way... (North, South, East, West - can the seeker pass the test?) Through this Maze (Ay - Crikey! I am lost again in the wilderness) You have stirred the inner workings of my mind. Thanks to you, sir, for sharing your craft. A nice read, indeed. My only suggestion would be another piece or two for the would be layman - or not. I feel like Sophocles young man meeting up with the Sphinx. Or Batman tangling with the Riddler. I liked it. 2003-11-04 01:00:30
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