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Poem TitlePoet NameCritique Given by Erica L. BadgerCritique Date
Love Me This WayDeniMari Z.I think this is great. Wonderful expresion of exactly how love should be. Both working together as one and not one keeping the relationship together. I like the set up of the stanzas, the first line being the longest, the second being shorter and the last being the shortest. But the fourth stanza I think would sound better if starting was at the beginning of the 3rd line. And the fifth stanza is a little off in meter. Maybe you could try this: Take this heart-share my life, my everlasting friend Two of us complete As one till the very end Anyway, just my suggestion. None of this really detracts from the poem overall. I really enjoyed reading this and thanks for sharing it! Sincerely, Erica 2004-01-16 13:06:30
Puppet TheoryDeniMari Z.This is a really good idea for a poem and I like the way in which you've put it into writing. The first stanza was great. The rhyme and flow in it was absolutely perfect! But the fourth stanza's last two lines I can't seem to understand. I looked up loose in the dictionary and it seemed like it would make sense in this poem, but I can't seem to really put it in and understand those last two lines. Then on the fifth stanza, Ion I think should be Eon, meaning a long period of time. Other than those two things I thought it was great and I really liked the structure and rhyme. Thanks for sharing, I enjoyed it! ~Erica2004-01-16 12:11:50
Love As A PostcardRick BarnesThis is really cute and sweet! I love how it flows and how every word and line seems to just fit right in. I really liked the last four lines, they seem to make a good ending for such a sweet sounding poem! But I don't completely understand the meaning of it, I'm not very good at comprehending what I read, it kind of seems like a giant riddle to me. But thanks for sharing this, I thought it was nicely done none the less! ~Erica2004-01-15 23:21:45
Shadow's last sighmarilyn terwillegerI really like this. It's very descriptive. It's well written, even though it's rather flowery for my young comprehension. At first I thought you were just talking about morning and then towards the end thought it was about night. But I had my mother read it and tell me what she thought and then it kink of started making sense. It's about the whole span of day, at least that's what I think! I really love the last two lines, I think they have such great flow! Thanks for sharing, I enjoyed reading this! ~Erica2004-01-15 22:37:28
Lies and VicesMark D. KilburnHi, Mark! When I read this poem I felt like you had a lot of anger and feeling about this topic. The lines that say "I drove the smuggler's highway" threw me off a bit. (I think that's because I don't really know what the smuggler's highway is.) You know, I don't understand either why alcohol and cigarettes aren't against the law as well because they kill more than all other drugs. I think it would be better to help all the addicts rather than use our tax dollars to do something that won't make the problem any better. And kind of off the point of your poem, but I really liked the line "money made easy is money spent fast". I don't know if this is a well known saying or if you made it up, but I think it's so true. Thanks for sharing this. It's a good read that really gets you thinking! Sincerely, Erica2003-10-04 11:53:25
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