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Displaying Critiques 1 to 20 out of 20 Total Critiques.

Poem TitlePoet NameCritique Given by Leo WilderCritique Date
With A Certain Humming In My EarsMell W. MorrisMell, We all deserve to have our own "full blown,proper psychosis." I've often convinced that my psychosis is real and will likely only leave with the ultimate therapy session with the stone couch. I very much enjoyed this piece and it certainly has a ring of personal experience. Good to read your work. When I come to this site I always look for your work. Hope you get a chance to read and comment on my current stuff. Take care. Leo2005-02-23 10:10:38
Night TrainEmma QuinnEmma, Somewhere between the song "Night Train" and "City of New Orleans." Interesting description of the ride. HAving ridden many trains over the years I can relate to the sounds and scenes of the rider. Nice touch. Leo2004-04-03 12:05:57
Tranquil in the WindDebbie SpicerDebbie, Prayer-like. No, a prayer. "So delicate is the human being Seen tranquil in the gentle wind" We are delicate though we wish not to be. Interesting thoughts arise from this reading. Leo 2004-04-03 12:01:29
CompassionDebbie SpicerDebbie, Though I haven't been here to know the entire history, I do know compassion and you have written well. "I will stand in splendor and journey on." If this is accomplished who could ask for much more. Wish I was better at this critiquing business. I just know what I like and this I like. Leo 2004-03-22 15:16:50
APPROACHING FULL CIRCLE (a self portrait)Marcia McCaslinMarcia, It is the child in us that makes us real, otherwise we would become nothing more than sophisticated manure. I am not very good at critiquing, but will only comment on what I like, and the thoughts portrayed in this piece, I like. I still talk in gibberish, but then I am the only one who really needs to understand what I am really saying. I enjoyed this very much. Leo2004-03-22 15:12:06
Poems I Cannot WriteSandra J KelleySandra, This is a love poem. "I write instead sunsets, grey or pink, over Lake Ontario" This is love. "I write about lightning in August" This too is love. I love your love poems. Leo 2004-03-22 14:59:36
The WebRobert L TremblayWow. I stepped in the sticky stuff again, said the fly. Nice design Robert.2004-03-16 13:46:02
Toilet Soliloquies (Fart One)Mick FraserMick, And i flush with every word. Fun to read. Leo2004-02-21 14:06:29
The MatrixRobert L TremblayRobert, You explain much too much. Leo2004-02-21 14:01:57
I Must Go Down To The Sea AgainMell W. MorrisMell I must go too. Sorry I'm not saying more, but I want to take that same trip. Leo2004-02-07 16:22:13
Pickett's ChargeRonda Michelle NelsonRonda, Very nice job. Historical poems, with accuracy are very hard to do. I tried one on Gettysburg, but it kind of fell apart trying to be too accurate. Nice job. Leo2004-01-28 11:20:58
japanese verse 38 (Seahorse)Erzahl Leo M. EspinoErzahl, Very nice haiku. Great form and view. Leo2004-01-28 11:11:05
untitledRachel F. SpinozaRachel, This is very nice haiku. I love the reference to the orchards "bubble-wrapped in mist." This is one of my favorite forms. Not to change the subject, but have you ever read Jared Carter's "Oliver P. Morton" poem? I think you would like it. Leo 2004-01-20 11:34:16
japanese verse 36 (Ku Klux Klan)Erzahl Leo M. EspinoKowards kourting khaos. Interesting, but not overly kreative. Sorry, just being a little too honest today. Leo2004-01-20 11:31:31
Minipo’ms (inspired by Bienvenido N. Santos)April Rose Ochinang ClaessensNice touch. Not a critique, just a note to say I liked it. Leo2004-01-15 13:08:41
The Devil's Ballet D'Action with Cardinal LawRobert L TremblayWOW. Haven't had such a trip since I got off drugs. Leo2004-01-13 12:29:00
japanese verse 33 (Snow Capes)Erzahl Leo M. EspinoNever clarify in notes afterward. Interesting enough as it is. Leo2003-12-17 10:20:05
POPRobert L TremblayRobert, This is probably pretty cool, but it is unfortunate that you spent so much time explining what you had written. However, I would likely never venture to write such a piece. Leo2003-12-10 13:12:47
Establishing VocabularyMell W. MorrisMell, I needed one of those lexicons for this piece but it rings in my head as I read the piece over and over in amazement. Not much of a critique, just a great read for me today. Leo2003-12-10 13:10:40
Soul MateMell W. MorrisMell, I seldom visit here, but when I do, I accumulate wealth in my soul. I can only say I wish I had written this, because it is almost more truth than a human should be privy to. Leo 2003-10-03 15:09:39
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