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TITLE
Sometimes, A Collection of Fleeting Verse
AUTHOR
Josie Caruso
DESCRIPTION
A collection: Sometimes, On the Roof just under a Sill, My Empty Voice
READERS' REVIEWS
"Soft quite poetry... like a sigh on the wind.... Funny how such stillness can occur in words. I love the effect of it. It's like waking up after a bad dream on a grey and rainy Sunday morning and being haunted by the haze of it all. Sometimes it is best to wallow for a moment than to let it track you down for an eternity. Please, always share your feeling this way. Go on!!!" -- Flax Larouge, Los Angeles, California, USA
"Did not speak to me. Seemed to have been said before. What works: NO histronics, plain language. Language can be plain but must be "new"" -- Bruce Alford, Birmingham, Alabama, USA
"Not so good." -- Joe Moe, USA
"The poetry relied too much on the simplicity and format. The vagueness created by this made it too incoherent. It did however, have some beautiful lines in it." -- Jack Roman

"This just did not appeal to me.  It seemed like the repetitive "poor me" poetry that we see so often." -- Roxanne Bioule, Bloomington-Normal, Illinois, USA
"Very pretty Josie. It reminds me of my own poems but with a subtleness and imagery that mine sometimes lacks. Well done!" -- Harriet Nicholas, UK
"It has a nice soft sort of  silence to it. Quiet yet loud, Angry yet sad. Nice work." -- Holly, New Zealand
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
1998 Josie Caruso
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
November 1998
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TITLE
Waiting Alone for the Unanswered, A Collection of Verse
AUTHOR
Tyna Luckey
DESCRIPTION
Waiting Alone for the Unanswered: There is an answer and yet it is distant and unknown...
He Left, Stealing My Heart
READERS' REVIEWS
"I thought it was beautiful written poem about love. It touched my heart and soul in different ways. You should pursue being a poetry writer." -- Angela Zito, Staten Island, New York, USA
"An honest and lovely poem, the words provoke real emotions shared by many." -- Valerie, USA
"Excellent. You realy seemed to write this from your heart. I could feel your pain as I read this." -- Steve Barney, Garden City , Michigan, USA

"I really enjoyed your poem.   I could tell that it really came from the pain in your heart.  I could definitely relate to this poem.  Very well written." -- Alissa Ammirati
"I am positive that this is one of if not the best poem posted so far! Excellent and open with beautiful writting." -- Dr. Garcia
"Found the poem to be superficial... I enjoy strong imagery and found none in this poem...." -- Carol Krauss
"Hopefully you are on right now because I really loved your poems. I want to use these for an anthology I am doing for my High School American Lit. class. I would be so Happy if you could give me a little info on yourself just Birth place and why you like writing. Thank you so much. Respond if you want on your review board. Thank you again." -- Matt, Arizona
"Beautiful poems. I can relate so well. I really liked them. Well done!" -- Dri Cook, Sao Paulo, Brazil
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
1998 Tyna Luckey
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
November 1998
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TITLE
The Fishbowl
AUTHOR
Baran Bulkat
DESCRIPTION
About being trapped ,and not feeling happy. But saying to yourself that you are happy and you have everything that you need, but actually you don't.
READERS' REVIEWS
"It was kinda nice, So I read it twice. A little simplistic, A little weird. But what more can I say, So her feelings are spared?" -- Flax Larouge, Los Angeles, California, USA
"The poem was rather interesting, with some good ideas, and nice thoughts, however the unconstancy of the rhyming made upset the flow of the words." -- Jack Roman, Middlebury, Connecticut, USA

"Okay poem...not too original an idea, so you'd have to do it really well to leave an impact, except you didn't, so....would benefit from a stabler rhyme scheme.  Usually, poems suck if you force rhyme and blank verse can rock (especially Haikus), but with such a stale basis for the poem, you'd probably need a good scheme to leave it with the reader after he hits that back button." -- Tyrant
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
1998 Baran Bulkat
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
January 1999
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TITLE
Monday Night Sunset, A Collection of Verse
AUTHOR
Corey Goldberg
DESCRIPTION
A collection: Monday Night SunsetGreen Eyes, A Poem of No True Charm, Early Morning Sunlight (a poem of metaphorical demons)
READERS' REVIEWS
"[Monday Night Sunset] The words touched your heart as you read them line by line. It shows how much depth and love this person had for this person. Simply pursue writing" -- Angela Zito, Staten Island, New York, USA
"The descriptions not only helped to give a sense of place, but also to convey the emotions and helped me to relate." -- Kiki Koutsouflakis, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
"Not everyone can write. This individual's attempt at poetry shows why. Right out of junior high school english class." -- Adam James Magy, Southfield, Michigan, USA

"I think you have a gift, and it is sweetness,and eros, and anger. Whatever else you do, keep writing." -- Boston Jim, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
"I dunno I can't decide if I love it or if I hate it. Though it does not matter write poetry for yourself not others opinions." -- Niki
"I like, insightful and   revealing, but of what I am not sure. I sense anger and love both of which are closely related and sometimes go hand in hand whether or not we want them to. This almost reads like reality but also maybe just taken from reality." -- J W, Burbank, California, USA
"I get it.  At first, I thought it was BS, then all of a sudden I understood.  Corey, I really like your use of in-your-face metaphor and subtle nuances of words.  I feel pain in this and I feel a silent rejoice.  I want to read more of your writing.  Please tell me how I can do that.  But...I must ask....do you hate men?" -- Patricia Montgomery, Arlington, Virginia, USA
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
1999 Heather Umberger
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
February 1999
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TITLE
Take Me Away, A Collection of Verse
AUTHOR
Angela Zito
DESCRIPTION
A collection: Take Me Away, Tell Me Boy
READERS' REVIEWS
"This was soul touching. Vivid in the imagination as you describe everything. What a real poem should be like to the reader. Something that can capture all the emotions, even if that reader is going through the same thing OR NOT! Very well done." -- Kyle Mae, Auburn, Washington, USA
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
1994 Angela Zito
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
February 1999
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TITLE
Letter to Mom
AUTHOR
V J Diamond
DESCRIPTION
About a grown woman reflecting on some of the pain of her childhood while understanding her mother's just the same.
READERS' REVIEWS
"This was brutally honest and well to the point. I like it when someone can cut through the crap. I admire your courage." -- Maggie Beeler, San Diego, CA, USA
"Your writing speaks of a childhood that seems full of emotional strength yet has an element of deep sadness. There is an understanding of a woman's discontent with motherhood that can only be embraced by the love of her child who sees the pain on a daily basis. I applaud you for a well-written account of such personal nature." -- Kimberly Trippe, New York, New York, USA
""Incestuous guts" -- excellent" -- Ellen Fowler

"Subtly compelling piece of writing, with a tactful infusion of human sentiment which is further complemented by it's inherent succintness and the clarity of your writing, as a fellow author on this site, I know how difficult this can be. Well done." -- J A Melody, Republic of Ireland
"Wow, VJ.  Great job.   Only envy here.  Keep it up!" -- Randy Barfield
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
1999 V J Diamond
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
February 1999
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TITLE
Noun Poem
AUTHOR
Rebecca Silva
DESCRIPTION
A noun poem.
READERS' REVIEWS
"This is a cute poem. And what we expect to see...we do." -- Kimberly Trippe, New York, New York, USA
"Simple, humourous and to-the-point. Perfect." -- Pravin Jeyaraj, Sutton, Surrey, UK
"Warmed my heart, brought a smile to my face and a chuckle to my ears." -- "B"
"This is good poetry! Simple, honest, but it has a swagger about it that reminds me of walking on the boulevard with hundreds of people in leisure canter. It is intricate in its simplicity. Says a lot more in few words than most try to say in so many. Good work, Rebecca." -- Rob Shelley, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA

"Ms. Silva has an apparent love for words, phrases, sentiment. This is a magical little gem!" -- Michael Leone, Brooklyn, New York, USA
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
1999 Rebecca Silva
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
March 1999
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TITLE
"When I grow up, I want to be a child", A Collection of Verse
AUTHOR
Hilda Ducasse
DESCRIPTION
"When I grow up, I want to be a child": These are the actual words of a child soldier in Mozambique. This poem is a mother's song dedicated to all those children worldwide who are being denied their basic human rights. It's an attempt to bring to your awareness their cry for help!
The Awakening.
Silent Screams: Aren't we all guilty of the explosion of violence in our world? We can do something about it if we allow love, genuine love for all to prevail.
READERS' REVIEWS
"The author shows exceptional talent (I read all of the poems she has included on this site). Her writing is highly imaginative and compelling. She reveals great depth of personal character. I am a 16 year veteran of small press publishing and I am extremely interested in publishing this writer." -- Sharida Rizzuto, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
1998 Hilda Ducasse
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
April 1999
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