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I am a mother of three, a grandaughter of one, and a wife of one, who all currently reside at the same residence in a small rural town in Alabama. I started writing poems a few years ago, and found it a great way to express one's self and what at times can be a vivid imagination. okie dokie..I guess that's about it... :-)

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Poem TitlePoet NameCritique Given by Ronda Michelle NelsonCritique Date
WMD (acrostic)Mick FraserHi Mick Well, I disagree with the message. I think Sudam Hussien committed the war crimes?? It just baffles me how the murder and treatment of his own people are overlooked, and, how public opionion in Iraq is one of which most are very thankful we got that goon out of office, and they are praying we don't leave until the job is finished, and they can safely establish a democracy. Anyhow, obviously your poem stirred emotion, so, speaking from an poetic sense, it worked! which is what poetry is about. I like how it is all put in question form, for, I am pro Bush, but some of your questions raised does make me think. This is the kind of poetry that reaches out and slaps ya, which I like that! Good Job Ronda2004-01-26 11:32:10
Puppet TheoryDeniMari Z.Hi First off, I did enjoy this piece, I liked the subject matter very much, and your choice of words. There are so many that do live this life, a puppet to someone else, and eventually, hopefully, they wake up to it. I especially liked the message of the last stanza... Do unto others - I think not Do not undo yourself in love To choose a saner game Is the puppets best shot. The message is a wonderful message, In my opionion you just need to tidy it up a bit. The flow is interrupted in parts of the poem. The ryhme should be syncronised a bit more...but all in all. a wonderful piece. Ronda 2004-01-24 13:02:30
For Mikey and NaneenThomas Edward WrightNO, all ghost certainly aren't adults. A very powerful peace you have here. It touched me deeply. I could see this little boy, along with all the other children who face cancer, who all have thier personal story to tell. The tieing of the words..it burned into the back of my retina, into the same one that saw Naneen..shows clearly the up and down, polar opposites that one endure through such a situation. "Hospital of Childhood horrors"... Clearly, how many would view the place, especially the children, who know how they will be poked and prodded, not fully understanding what is going on. And their parents having to watch and be strong for them, while inside dieing. clinically he had some odd-ball never-before-seen type of lymphoma that not even the well-shorn pathologists of the Hospital of Childhood Horrors could unfold or spell or distinguish from Spam > Very Clever, Good word choice! Not all ghosts are big ghosts. Not all. For me, Anne, not even most...very appropriate and fitting ending...it ties it together I found this poem exellent, and probably stirred more emotion than any I've read in a long while. GOOD JOB POET... Sincerely..Ronda 2004-01-23 09:43:42
A Disturbing PoemRobin Ann CrandellWell, it is a gut wrencher! boy, did that put some pretty images in my head..LOL..but it made me think of battered women, and how that very thing has come true for many. The public is spared the gore, but if it were more honestly displayed maybe more would be done against those who stalk women. But, there is another way this can be taken too. Someone being emotionally ripped apart, until they don't exist anymore. This piece, thought rather gruesome, leads the mind to explore! Ronda2004-01-21 09:58:42
A Jar And A BumpRegis L ChapmanRegis This poem makes me think, the discovery of something in us, and the shock of when it is revealed! and how it can change our lives. I liked this little ditty! I think most of us possess the kindness and compassion that is most needed in this world, we just wrap so many things around it, that it gets buried untile someone can point it out to us. That is what i got out of this. I hope I'm on the right track. Anyhow, from my standpoint..Good Job! Ronda2004-01-21 09:48:29
MichelleClaire H. CurrierClaire Well, I have a Michelle of my own! In which your title caught my attention. Mine is still at home, 12 years old, and the end of my caboose. In your little poem, you say so much, for the joy that they bring. And the triumph of having to let go, for that's hard for a mother to do...To me it was complete, a poetic description of a mother's love. Ronda2004-01-19 07:39:05
Michael's Manifestation at the Burning BushRobert L TremblayRobert, WOW! what a punch. I read it in the "flame" lay out, I think it added to the spirit of this piece, but then read it in regular layout, and really appreciated your rhyming abilities. I like poems that rhyme, myself, just a personal preference. Was this based on a dream you had? It rang of magnificence of a bilical piece. The images formed in my mind were striking. "The Arch Angel", which has always held my curiosity. You yearn His thunder’s voice from High above? Prepare, then, deafness the price for His love. You pine His visage? Sun, no more. to see? You wish to touch to no more touch the “we’? I liked this verse. It sums up our deafness. We want a sign, ya know, but when we are handed something we refuse to see. Love for our brothers, and integrity..we all speak of these things, but very few could step up to the plate, fully and in truth containing these virtues. This was a striking eye opener, and you brought it together including the major figures that head the many religions of this world. Good job! Ronda2004-01-17 09:23:39
Her Looking Glassmarilyn terwillegerMarilyn I could see this person, her distraught and anguish..right from the beginning it starts giving these very vivid scenes, which is what the reader wants to keep moving. She could be so many people, now left alone, a part of them gone forever with the now deceased person they built thier lives around. It all flows wonderfully, the words you have chosen describe and read very well. Well done, Poet! Ronda2004-01-17 08:46:45
OrbituarySergio M chavezSergio, This poem reminds me how we let fear rule, most of the time unbeknown to us. It disquises itself in with several masks. I've often wondered how freeing it would be, to step into the world, "fearless". But fear feeds upon fear, and can wreck one emotionally. I see and feel the pain this poem represents. Very dark, but it asks questions, I think, that we all ask ourselves. Makes one look a little deeper, inside. Maybe a little to deep! But fear did'nt stop you from putting some honest feelings down. Good work, Poet! Ronda2004-01-17 08:39:04
DENIALMick FraserHi Mick...Being a novice writer, it is a little hard for me to critique! This made me think of being completely overwhelmed, or the consequences of being in denial, and then the truth comes flooding over, overwhelming. I hope I'm on the right track, here. That's one of the beauties though of free style, to different people it means different things, and when writing it, it is very freeing, to not be confined to rhyme. 2004-01-16 13:05:54
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