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Carnival Lights by Michael J Musto Old man living in an apartment is haunted by a mystery man knocking at his door. [189 words]
My Eyes by Anastasia Svoyatsky Its about how my eyes can tell exactly how I am feeling and how an everyday girl goes through life with... [157 words]
The Different Colours Of Love by Amarjit Bhambra Love moods comes in different packages [130 words]
The Ceramic Dog by Amarjit Bhambra Which was so important to my mother before she died. [61 words]
Thank You Britain by Amarjit Bhambra This poem is about from there to here, when we first left Africa and landed in Britain. [118 words]
Cries Eoch In The Mountains, by Amarjit Bhambra Can you not almost hear the real eoch of crying in the cold Mountains after the Ea... [75 words]
Birth by Amarjit Bhambra And it was the birth of my Grand son! [33 words]
Aaron by Amarjit Bhambra A small Hiku poem - My first Grandson [17 words]
A Taste Of Snow by Amarjit Bhambra A contrast between two lands Africa and Britain. [212 words]
Oh Milly Said Molly by Randall Barfield This one came up while writing the kids' stuff 'cept it isn't, is it? [26 words]
Near Death by Peter Halpin After falling head over heels for a girl that I knew, I decided to 'make the move'. She very bluntly... [108 words]
Not To Be by Peter Halpin Being so alone can feel like there's no way out. [48 words]
Dead Designers by Peter Halpin It was when Versace died and there was huge news coverage, I just thought how shallow it all was... [90 words]
The Crack In The Wall by Michael J Musto A boy is stuck inside this "ghost" house. He's never been more scared in his life. Some... [224 words]
Sinking Ship by Kendall Wilt For ones who have second thoughts about living with lonliness. Revised. [81 words]
Broken Life by Kendall Wilt Sadness. [109 words]
Peace At Long Last by Sarah-Louise Cole This is my first attempt at poetry and I wrote it for no reason. [83 words]
.Moving On. by Carla Thomson - [100 words]
Zion by Annmarie Nicole Chante' Collins - [62 words]
Your Loss My Gift by Matthew Mark Gill Whatever Girl learns that she is not all that.. [108 words]
You Bet We're Different by Curious Another bunch of stuff someone sent me. [240 words]
You Aren't Mine by Ken Harbec Is a piece of paper all that important when two people can attract communication at such a deep... [36 words]
Writer's Block by Carla Thomson - [71 words]
Wonderful Dream by Dri Dreams come true. [161 words]
Why (2) by Ashley Burdett Some thoughts I always have when the snow falls. [152 words]
Which by Curious Still draging them out. [100 words]
What It Means To Be Pagan by Lady Sashi - [96 words]
Weighing It Up by Peter Halpin About realising you need someone who sometimes seems too much effort. [48 words]
War And Peace by Chloe L Batey Dedicated to my Ucle: Daniel bennett. [250 words]
Ur Eyes Tell A Storie Thats Why I Call You Spanish Eyes by Annmarie Nicole Chante' Collins I wrote this 4 one of my good friends spanish this is 4... [118 words]
Up To Speed by Peter Halpin I always knew what I wanted to do with my life, but was afraid to take the plunge. I kept saying, '... [200 words]
Under The Bridge (Do Not Cross). by Buxton A poem about a man who is trying to kill himself, and his wife's attempt of sa... [440 words]
Undecided Feelings by Danae Bonomini - [89 words]
Trust Them by Peter Halpin I began to think how much trust we put in inanimate objects. [107 words]
Touched By The Devil by Chloe L Batey Pretty straight forward. Please review. [79 words]
To Cw by Flipanmc Just another sad relationship poem. Geez, is this all I write about? [200 words]
Titles Sometimes Wear Me Out by Curious - [67 words]
Time To Wake Up by Curious First thing I ever wrote and posted, just trying to get old ones back up, thanks for the patien... [111 words]
Thought For A Winter's Night by Curious - [110 words]
There's Been Better Days by Curious - [95 words]
The World As A Whole by Tom M Fisher Just my view on society. The human race is fucked in my opinion. It's just a stream of con... [466 words]
The Very Best Poems by Randall Barfield - [36 words]
The Tease by Peter Halpin About really fancying someone when they're your friend and they know it but just let you suffer it! [73 words]
The Show by Peter Halpin I found myself sitting in a huge, but empty auditorium. It felt odd being so quiet, but still all the ... [143 words]
The Rose Garden by Chloe L Batey An old lady remembers... [274 words]
The Power Of Love by Amarjit Bhambra .....The Taj Mahal. [65 words]
The Pizza Is Calling My Name by Joe Shmo About some fat joe shmo [535 words]
The One Who Meant It by Just A Girl "I Love You" is more than three little words. [190 words]
The Hidden Path by Sk Lewry This poem is the testimony of my relationship with Christ. It mentions Salvation, and God's lov... [176 words]
The Fundamental Loneliness And Futility Of Our Lives In The Context Of The Vast Infinity Of Time And Space... by Peter Rivendell A... [28 words]
The Epic Of Adam by Joe Shmo Somethin I had to right for my geometry class. [564 words]
The End Of The World by Peter Halpin Fairly self-explanitory title really! [80 words]
The Elf by Amber Wilson Humor,a giggle about our kids. [102 words]
The Child Prodigy by Joe Shmo Just a poem about a friend. [214 words]
That Day by Angela Wilson That day you never want to come. [85 words]
Take Someone Else by Sasu - [69 words]
Sunburn by Peter Halpin After seeing people lying in the sun and turning into cancer-potential lobsters I just couldn't help bu... [37 words]
Strangled By Sorrow by Kendall Wilt Afterwork. [112 words]
Stood Up by Peter Halpin A not particularly serious little poem about those annoying moments of knowing she (or he) just isn't ... [28 words]
Stand Your Ground by Matthew Mark Gill Now Believe in yourself and things will happen an >you will be all you want to be! [96 words]
Someone's Playing God by Peter Halpin Along the same lines as 'Someone We Do Not Know', but with more belief and more sinister. [127 words]
Someone We Do Not Know by Peter Halpin I have absolutely no religious beliefs other than it's all a load of nonsense; but that'... [182 words]
So I Said by Peter Halpin Us blokes just find it hard to say, ok?! [46 words]
Smooth White Plastic by Rae - [113 words]
Skeleton World by Tom Bomb ? [137 words]
Size Matters Does It by Rich Wealthy - [45 words]
Scourge Of The Future by Briony Carvalho Inspired by Colin Baker - you can make a poem from anything, even an old lady rant at lit... [75 words]
Record Deal by Matthew Mark Gill Sell Out Learning what it takes to be a star and the trouble that comes with Fame. http://matthewmark46410.... [76 words]
Recluse by Gravel Pit This is my first attempt at dark poetry. Actually my first attempt at poetry. [85 words]
Reaching For The Moon by Briony Carvalho Just a little thing I wrote in about ten seconds when a friend bowed down to everything h... [96 words]
Pre - Society by Buxton - [134 words]
Positive Image by Matthew Mark Gill Success Living life to the fullest and knowing your making a difference. [77 words]
Perpetual Emotion by Kendall Wilt An exaggerative exaggeration of how I feel about coloring in coloring books. [69 words]
Perfect Female by Chloe L Batey This poem is about a guy complimenting on a girl he thinks is perfect. is the lady you? [109 words]
Paco by Ken Harbec - [40 words]
One Of Those Nights by Curious Yep, last night was - oh well. [98 words]
One Day Soon by Peter Halpin Just realised I wasn't going anywhere, but kept telling everyone what I wanted to do, but just sat... [35 words]
Old Lady by Chloe L Batey Just what the name states. [49 words]
Oh Those Nights, Days Too by Curious Something I wrote under a fake name (not like curious, my real name) quite sometime a... [39 words]
Oh If Only by Peter Halpin If only the world was like this - living together as a unit, as a team - as a world. [66 words]
Of Course I'm Sure, I Think by Curious - [116 words]
Nobody Knows by Just A Girl Too many secrets. [135 words]
No Tears by Peter Halpin I have no idea why I wrote thisor where it came from, but it's fairly self-explanatory. [40 words]
Nena by Annmarie Nicole Chante' Collins I wrote this for one of my friends Nena I still love and believe in u never give up on ur dream. [179 words]
Needing To Get Away by Peter Halpin I was just kind of fed up of the way things weren't going my way and scribbled this. It's a... [38 words]
Natural Colours by Peter Halpin Standing at my Grandfather's modest grave and looking at the flowers laid for him I had this od... [56 words]
My Fish Story by Kendall Wilt Every fisherman has one. [155 words]
Musings Of A Lonely Soul by Daniel Van Heidelberg Every now and then, each one of us would try to re-create a refreshing memory of somet... [15 words]
Meeting Her by Luis Felipe Moura When a dream love at last comes true. [187 words]
Lyfe by Annmarie Nicole Chante' Collins - [117 words]
Loving Someone by Jannah Akira - [202 words]
Loved Ones by Becka Segroves letting loved ones pass on. [135 words]
Love That Seems Like It Lasts by Becka Segroves It is about thinking you found the right guy that you think but you aren't quite ... [107 words]
Love, Pain And Tears by Jannah Akira - [109 words]
Looking In The Mirror Of Truth by Becka Segroves it's about not liking how you treat other people. [142 words]
Life On The Brink Of Death by Mike Schiller Poem by Mike Schiller, written January 29, 2006 [449 words]
Lay Down By My Side by Just A Girl No promise of tomorrow, just reality of the moment. [88 words]
Labor Day by Kendall Wilt Senseless. [73 words]
Just A Moment Of Your Time by John Roberts A heartfelt plea to all the readers of StoryMania ! Especially all the fellow writer... [128 words]
Journey To The Devil.. by Rahul Missionary An imagery on the possible path taken after death. [182 words]
Join Society by Matthew Mark Gill Get A Job Collection companies calling your name! [72 words]
J.D. Therapy by Kendall Wilt Stole this from a country song I wrote way back when. [89 words]
It Was All Because Of You by M Q Walters I struggle to overcome the lost loves in my life… [98 words]
It Takes Courage by Dri It takes courage to live a decent life. [287 words]
Isolation by Peter Rivendell A poem about... [26 words]
Irish Eyes by Just A Girl The truth always lives just around the eyes. [75 words]
Industrial Domicile by Kendall Wilt Perhaps God has been trying to tell us something from the beginning. [67 words]
In Your Eyes by Joe Dan Campbell This poem is about a guy who really likes a girl and her eyes tell him her who story. [164 words]
In Memory Of You by Andrews - [66 words]
If You Are... by Vodka Ryuki Mint A poem dedicated to someone I love. (: [174 words]
I Want To Understand by Andrews - [43 words]
I Haven't Got A Clue! by Briony Carvalho Who does know the answers? [139 words]
I Didn't Know What I Wanted... by Just Another Kid - [107 words]
I Could.... by L Jay Bit of a cheesy thing that I wanted to write for ages. Hope it doesn't make you feel too sick. Let ... [199 words]
I Cling To Hope by Briony Carvalho Thank you MK, a little changed but still the sentiment is yours. [77 words]
I Believe by Andrews - [62 words]
I Am His Butterfly by M Q Walters I wish I could trust. [88 words]
How's Your Weather? by Curious - [31 words]
Home From Home by Peter Halpin After moving out from the house of Ma & Pa to live under my own roof for the first time, I soon ... [57 words]
High School Blues by David William Bielefeld Love Poem. [34 words]
Hidden Secrets by Andrews - [78 words]
Hey, I Have An Idea by Curious Just a little daydream on a cold winter's day. [86 words]
Here Comes Poetry by Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin Ii The muse is calling the poet to action! Here is the result. [35 words]
Heart Of Our Home. by Peter Rivendell Betrayal is not always the greatest betrayal. [83 words]
Healing The Pain by Briony Carvalho That feeling of uselessness you get when someone gets bad news. [105 words]
Haze.. by Rahul Forever Pain on losin your loved one.. [163 words]
Happy Again by Peter Halpin About the first accidental meeting with an ex that it took you ages to get over while you're having... [89 words]
Growing Old Alone by Peter Halpin I realised I hadn't had a woman in my life for a while and began to wonder if I ever would ag... [41 words]
Great Place To Do Some Fishing by Kendall Wilt You can't tell me your not interested in beer and fishin' [70 words]
FUNny FUNeral FUNctions by Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin Ii A lampoon of sort on how Africans spend a fortune on funeral ceremonies. In the writer'... [36 words]
Free Will, Dark Night by Sasu - [84 words]
Four Years by Lucy Midnight - [120 words]
For Juwura 2- G A P by Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin Ii A love poem. [68 words]
For Juwura 1- Beholding You From The Poet's Island by Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin Ii A love poem to the poet's sweetheart. [66 words]
For Juwura 16- A Little Bed Lamp by Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin Ii A love poem for the poet's sweetheart. He's looking forward to their first nig... [103 words]
Feel So High by Ian Tronco - [82 words]
Fallen One by M Q Walters - [26 words]
Fall Approaches by Carol G Gimligirl LIVING ON THE SHORES OF A LARGE LAKE IN A TOURIST TOWN WAS THE THOUGHT BEHIND THIS POEM. [186 words]
Fake Thing by Buxton - [131 words]
Emily's Love
Effort by Peter Halpin About not giving up and giving your all. [47 words]
Drugs Are Bad by Kendall Wilt "Kenku" activist style. [15 words]
Drifters by Peter Halpin I just let my hand write whatever cam into my head...enjoy!! (It's not meant to be pretentious, but if... [85 words]
Dream From Me by Kendall Wilt I wrote this a while back but I dont know what I was thinking, I've never been married. [116 words]
Dog by Kendall Wilt I cant belive my dog. Had to write a haiku to sort it all out. [15 words]
Discomfort by Peter Halpin Actually written in a German seminar at Uni. I'd had enough of the tutor's ambling drone and started... [148 words]
Diamantes by Deidre R Warner A collection of 3 diamantes I wrote while experimenting with the format. [28 words]
Desire Of Her by Kendall Wilt Loves elaborations continue. [76 words]
Deep Hole, Dirty Dust. by Sasu A wizard is trapped inside his own mind. The key is no-where to be seen. [93 words]
Daughters by Rachel Martinez An insirational poem about daughters. [59 words]
Dark by Carol M Feeling blue. [43 words]
Dark And Gloomy by Andrews - [58 words]
Damn Time by Curious Reworked another old one, almost caught up. [174 words]
Da Real U Iz.... by Annmarie Nicole Chante' Collins I wrote this on my b-day 4 all my friends. [130 words]
Critical Situation by Kendall Wilt All hope is lost, save yourselves. [118 words]
Company Pawn by Steven Munro A poem based upon my working life so far. Being let down and lied to by numerous workplaces. [180 words]
Coming Together by Rae For now I am calling it a work in progress, but would appreciate feedback on whether it sounds ... [109 words]
Come Monday by Ken Harbec An open letter to a love gone by. [127 words]
Careless by Peter Halpin One of my first ever attempts at poetry! I remember my English teacher at the time saying I should kee... [109 words]
Bright And Beautiful by Andrews - [58 words]
Brian by Peter Halpin Slightly silly little poem, but it has a sense of emotion as well. [25 words]
Balance by Peter Halpin I don't want to give anything away by describing this one. It's about losing something important. [19 words]
Baby Like That Milk! by Matthew Mark Gill Yummy A baby can be anyone in the future to come even Famous! [71 words]
Autumnal Longings by Briony Carvalho Just got a whiff of blackberries and I remembered my place in the woods where I went to think... [104 words]
As Subtle As A Plane Crashing by Colby Spearangelo This is a short story/poem, based of a image I had early in the morning. It was s... [318 words]
Almost by Kendall Wilt Little limrick for ya. [63 words]
Alcoholic by Chloe L Batey Pretty straight forward. [59 words]
After Prayer by Annmarie Nicole Chante' Collins I wrote this poem after I was dun prayin' It just really show's me and others God gives me this gi... [195 words]
A Summer Storm by Peter Halpin I love to watch a good storm! Don't know what it is, but it's like a log fire - I can just sit a... [56 words]
A Sticky Situation by Curious A not so old, old one. [81 words]
A Rude Awakening by Curious Why in stanzas, why not? made some changes to an old, old one, kinda like me. [83 words]
A Prayer For Paco by Ken Harbec A moment with God. [78 words]
A Cask Of Amontillado by Kiara Avalon If you've read the short story 'As Cask of Amontillado,' well, this is a poem based on it... [57 words]
A Boy And A Girl by Chloe L Batey This poem is about a young boy and a young girl, this poem is in both of their perspective and... [141 words]
A Backwards Glance by Curious Just some light hearted memories. [57 words]
3-19-05 by Annmarie Nicole Chante' Collins I wrote this on ur b-day [98 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Emily's Love
DESCRIPTION
Nothing to say about this one.
[76 words]
TITLE KEYWORD
Health
AUTHOR
Kendall Wilt
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
The past is the past for as far as I can see
I dwell on the things that weren't meant to be
[December 2010]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
[email protected]om
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (51)
Almost (Poetry) Little limrick for ya. [63 words]
Blue Suede Shoes (Poetry) Who the hell wears blue suede shoes. [132 words] [Movies]
Broken Life (Poetry) Sadness. [109 words] [Drama]
Busback (Short Stories) A shocking tale of a special ed student with serious problems. In this story it's stand up for yourself or die! [4,823 words]
California Stop (Poetry) I wrote this on a napkin with jumbled up words like wiping up some sort of mental mess [69 words]
Characterazation Of A Barrel (Poetry) Defecative poetry visualizes what life could be like for a wine barrel, had it been a doctor. [241 words]
Colloquigasm (Poetry) Canned thoughts of powerful importance. [106 words]
Critical Situation (Poetry) All hope is lost, save yourselves. [118 words] [Biography]
Dead Hurricane (Poetry) Remember to stock plenty of water, canned goods, batteries, cards, beer and a dartboard. [97 words]
Dead Roses (Songs) A little diddy for an old girlfriend. [144 words]
Desire Of Her (Poetry) Loves elaborations continue. [76 words] [Drama]
Dog (Poetry) I cant belive my dog. Had to write a haiku to sort it all out. [15 words] [Humor]
Dream From Me (Poetry) I wrote this a while back but I dont know what I was thinking, I've never been married. [116 words] [Fantasy]
Drugs Are Bad (Poetry) "Kenku" activist style. [15 words] [Action]
Elusive Flounder (Poetry) Sometimes they're just hard to catch. [114 words] [History]
Enemy In Me (Poetry) I just can't seem to cut myself out of my life. Hiaku [Dark Humour] [11 words]
Friend Shithouse (Poetry) A revisit to a new classic. Perhaps I'll write a series. [84 words]
From Perpendicular To Semi-Circular (Poetry) What the hell are you to do when the road less traveled takes you to a dead end? Go back the way you came? Whatever, there are reasons people take the beaten path. [60 words] [Self-Help]
Great Place To Do Some Fishing (Poetry) You can't tell me your not interested in beer and fishin' [70 words] [Nature]
Happy Shithouse (Poetry) Seriously unserious poetry....This is definately the best I can do. [90 words]
Heroin Trip 1 (Short Stories) Young fella's life explodes after he couln't tell a dude not to smoke weed at work. 2 parts now just didn't want to change the title because it erases comments. [2,435 words] [Adventure]
Heroin Trip 2 (Short Stories) Added some more to this ongoing tale. It's all starting to build up to the grand finally now. [2,153 words] [Adventure]
Heroin Trip 3 (Short Stories) Well the first part of three anyway. I was just kidding about almost being finished. There is still a lot about to happen I'm just too lazy to write it out. [1,031 words] [Adventure]
Horror Haiku (Poetry) Oh how terrible. [13 words] [Horror]
I Confess (Utter Geniouslessness) (Poetry) Earth!!! Because there is no where else to go [101 words] [Popular Fiction]
Industrial Domicile (Poetry) Perhaps God has been trying to tell us something from the beginning. [67 words] [Architecture]
Irreality Showing (Poetry) To all the lazy, unmotivated, selfish existance individuals who let the world slip through the fingers of your hands by not giving a shit about the life around you instead of the one in front of you, ... [71 words]
I've Got The Blues Over You (Songs) Straight from whatever heart I have left. [195 words] [Erotic]
J.D. Therapy (Poetry) Stole this from a country song I wrote way back when. [89 words] [Relationships]
July In My Eye (Poetry) Sweet forth at the beach. [52 words]
Kiss My Bruises Baby (Short Stories) What you feel you need the most, may already be inside you. [1,963 words] [Popular Fiction]
Labor Day (Poetry) Senseless. [73 words]
Listerine My Dear (Poetry) Haiku for you. Please take action. [14 words] [Action]
Love From A Caged Bird (Poetry) Prison poetry. [158 words]
Moonlight Oceanside (Poetry) - [70 words]
My Fish Story (Poetry) Every fisherman has one. [155 words]
Parched Of Laughter (Poetry) This is a celebration of selective humour [73 words] [Business]
Perpetual Emotion (Poetry) An exaggerative exaggeration of how I feel about coloring in coloring books. [69 words]
Presidental Misconduct (Poetry) Another Haiku to throw in the stew.Just having a laugh at the world around us. Might as well. [18 words]
Sea Song (Poetry) Truth that life and love should not be intermingled. [129 words]
Shitfishin' (Poetry) What the hell. [52 words] [Humor]
Sinking Ship (Poetry) For ones who have second thoughts about living with lonliness. Revised. [81 words] [Self-Help]
Strangled By Sorrow (Poetry) Afterwork. [112 words] [Travel]
Super Shithouse (Poetry) This one is from the golden classic series. [78 words]
The Death Of My Descent (Poetry) Had to get you roses, chocolate and a poem because I couldn't afford a solid gold bar. [147 words]
The Pull (Poetry) I can feel myself growing older at a rapid pace....This is an expression of my feelings towards that [42 words]
Torn Apart While Sleeping (Poetry) Ever know of anyone to poke at a bear while it was asleep? [130 words]
Two Birds Of Paradise (Poetry) For the lovers. Fictional poetry. [73 words] [Animal]
What My Succubus Did For Me (Songs) Straight metal. It helps if you read this while your headbanging. [191 words] [Thriller]
When I Get Sad And Blue (Songs) A little twisted electronica. [77 words]
Xylocitin For Me Please (Poetry) This is what takes away all the pain......well not really. [69 words]
Emily's Love
Kendall Wilt

What is the ocean

without it's moon

to pull and sway the tides.

when it's the whitest white

or black as night

it still shimmers on the rise.

the waves, it crashes over the rocks

and turns them into sand.

the flourish of life,

existance of all types

wouldn't be without a lunar hand.

the relationship of the moon and the sea

reminds me a little of you and me

dont let my waters go silent and calm

I guess I cant help that, your already gone

 

READER'S REVIEWS (21)
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"The favourite poem that i have read of yours mate, keep it up. Peace." -- Hugh.
"Thank ya Hugh, much obliged. Sadley I hate this poem. It's like opening up an old can of worms but it did mean soooooo much at one time. Hey, have you read that fishin' one yet. That's where I hid all my gold." -- kwilt.
"How did I miss this one - BEAUTIFUL!! Nearly made me cry" -- Briony.
"Perfect!" -- me.
"nicely done, like how u dropped the last three lines in, cool." -- curious.
"Calling this Emily`s Love limits the poem as to its meaning, as the image used is abstract and poetic - you don`t let anyone add their own interpretation to your words. In fact, I`d consider revising the last four lines as they let down the poem in every sense, and give it a throwaway ending. The grammatical error in the last line doesn`t help either. And the double spacing makes it hard to read. Other than that, I thought that the first 11 lines created some real poetry." -- Peter Rivendell.
" She was the moon and I the ocean but I couldn't call the poem Moon love, because I was sending it to her. So I put her name on it. She didn't take me back though, maybe it was because of that damn grammatical error in the last line or the double spacing. Thanks for being critical. It really helps my writing" -- Kendall.
"Peter, Peter, Peter, if you were a clever boy you would spot two grammatical errors in the last - you're and can't but hey, who am I to criticise. The title gives it meaning and makes the ending more dramatic. You expect a poem of beauty and love and happiness and you have this until the closing lines. It is called 'DRAMATIC'. Kendall, do not change a thing. The ending is, like the rest perfect! Spelling and grammar be damned it's not like you're writing this for a spelling competition - I thank you!" -- me.
"Yeah, whatever. The ending tails off, it`s not dramatic. And spelling and grammar do matter, if you expect someone else to read and understand your work." -- Peter Rivendell.
"Thank you me, your awsome! Now Peter.....I did give you a good review one time. I remember, but your poem wasn't that good so for that I apologize for not giving you an honest critique. I lied to you about your poem and now you want to rant. If you spent as much time writing as you did reviewing maybe I would like something of yours. Sorry to let you down. Did I spell all of those words correctly." -- Kendall.
"How fantastic is this website? I thought the review section was somewhere we could exchange feedback on one another`s work. I made what I thought were constructive comments about a poem which I liked - Emily`s Love - and have now been subjected to 2 fairly personal "attacks". If you don`t want people to read or have an opinion about your work, then I suggest you don`t post it on the internet." -- Peter Rivendell.
"I`ve just re-read this thread. We seem to be winding each other up for no reason. Ok, I criticized your poem, but I did it because I liked it and actually had an opinion. You said you valued criticism and I knew you`d left a comment on one of my poems. Now, prompted by an anonymous agent provocateur, you`re slagging off my work and being sarcastic. What`s that all about? I want to be able to post reviews and get reviews - the rest is nonsense. " -- Peter Rivendell.
"I know, I meant to say If you spent less time writing reviews for my work, but I had already hit the button so it ended up in print. Oh well, just a crappy ole poem, I never did like this one after it didn't work for me, anyway. I aint going to spend anytime changing it. As for your work, I was just twisting your balls bro. If I gave you a good review, theres no changing that. That is the way I felt when I read it. I was just mad you were ranting." -- kendall.
"this would be a bunch more fun if it was 2 gals slugging it out. " -- curious.
"Amen to that Bro'. I've seen you have had your share of sluggin going on." -- kwilt.
"Peter - my attack was not personal it was pointing out that where you spotted one grammatical mistake I saw two - people read different things and I scanned the errors (which I'm sure Kendall spotted) to notice the beauty below. The ending is dramatic and having a 'throwaway ending' would spoil the beauty and the fact that the poem leaves you thinking about how broken the subject of the poem is, how the moon has left his ocean and lost forever. I think changing the ending would make it predictable whilst now it has an edge. The title also should remain...William Wordsworths most famous poem is entitled 'Daffodils' and is, suprisingly, about daffodils, closing the interpretation? Yes, I believe that was his intent and also Kendalls." -- me.
"Ehmm..m. Sehr gut Seite! Ich sage innig..!:) bmw" -- BMW, ..., ..., ....
"I agree BMW, This was a such a big deal made out of nothing. It's funny, I said that I had nothing to say about this one" -- kwilt.
"Wow, this is amazing! The last line is amazing it really got to me. Lovely poem" -- Tasha Jones.
"Thank you Tasha" -- kwilt.
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