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Poem TitlePoet NameCritique Given by Sharon J EisenmannCritique Date
Barrenmarilyn terwillegerHi Marilyn, Barren is an excellent title. I think the comparison within is very appropriate. I can soooo relate to the feel of this. And even in your barreness, you have managed to put together some great alliterative(is that a word?lol) phrases My favorite of which is wordless wilderness. That's awesome. your unmovedness(now I know that is not a word!lol) is more alluring then my most stirring monment. Best, Sharon2007-02-03 08:50:28
Scarlet and SnowMary J CoffmanWow Mary! This is most glorious! I have to begin by thanking the Artist who gave you this beyond lovely scene to describe in the first place. Talk about perfection! And you descibe it so slendidly. I'm humbled by reading it. I also learned a new word-Aubade. The birds of the air know this joyful song. Twas only new to me. Thank you for the melody and vision. Sharon2007-02-03 08:34:47
GrandnessJames C. HorakHi James, There is a kind of 'black and white movie'charm in this, if you know what I mean. Totally love the phrase, "She is into his arms like blown newspaper to a bench in a storm." What a grand simile that is! The end, well, I find it charming as well. Thanks for making me laugh and the little pick-me-up. This time of year can be soooo depressing. Sharon 2007-01-26 11:06:55
CookiesDellena RovitoOK, Delenna, what's your address and I'll be right there?!?!? You really got my olfactories geared up. I swear I can smell that sweet aroma right now. I'd say this poem is a success just on that alone, but there are some other reasons. Sometimes simplicity is best and the simplicity of four rhymed stanza's goes perfecto with your title. What a great way to spend a snowy sunday afternoon: reading such rewarding poems as this! Thanks for reminding me how delightful poetry about food and savory aroma's can be! Best, Sharon 2007-01-21 17:56:21
Tigers & Camels & Zebra's-oh my!Ellen K LewisHi Ellen, This definatley fills the bill for a cold snowy winters day. I'm there with you! It's so deliciously refeshing! I don't know if you've thought of it but this would make a great childrens illustrated book! Great title that draws the reader in and wonderful images! My favorite part is "If I went down to the pond tonight I wouldn't see any turtles or frogs Funny how they just go one day but when they're gone they're still there." I love the ending as well! Thanks for ther stress relief. Sometimes we need that! LOL All the time. Best, Sharon 2007-01-21 10:53:03
SentienceMary J CoffmanMary, This delectable poem leaves me feeling warm and satisfied. I enjoy your use of alliteration and consonance and the soft feel of your whispering 'f's and 's's. This is my favorite part: "a sudden spate of yearning as flood tides tremble erupting in cerise sensations from burning nests of desire" Thnk you for sharing this warm fuzzy accomplishment. Sharon2007-01-17 17:53:06
The truth of the passionMark Andrew HislopHi Mark, Here's my take , for what it's worth, though I'm as dumb as a fence post. This is like a nice neatly wrapped package with a explosive device inside. Looks all (too) nicey nicey on the outside(what with the rhyming and all), but when opened explodes in ones face. Your sense of humor is kind of twisted, isn't it? Not that it's a bad thing. If you're serious then I apologize. I take the reference to the passion in the title to mean the passion of Christ. Seems you're saying you can't really find the understanding to relate to the whole Jesus thing and you feel gyped if you can't live the way the world lives and still be a Savior. lol sorry. My advise would be to get on some Prozac but then again you may actually like writting this type of stuff. I get the feeling like this was written for someone specific. I hope I haven't offended you. I'm new here and should probably behave better. Stay true to yourself, Sharon2007-01-17 14:58:49
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