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Thank you for reading and commenting on 'How to Become a Writer.' Haven't been around in a while so I thought I'd post something that had to do with writing, haha. Appreciate your time. :)
|| Posted on 2010-05-11 19:23:52 | by O - [ Reply to This ] -|
Thank you very much for your suggestions I will give you credit for the help and if you want feel free to read and comment on my other poems. If you'd like i'd return the favor if you wish. Thanks again.
|| Posted on 2010-05-10 21:15:13 | by cyberpoet - [ Reply to This ] -|
Wow. I just read Part 1,2, and 3 of "Triumph?," and it IS a similar theme to "Knight Light." That's so cool.
Usually, anything to do with religion makes me sick. Almost literally. I seriously just want to find a toilet and puke, but this didn't make me feel that way.
The imagery was good. A little TOO repetitive now and again about darkness and blackness but not to an intruding extent.
(I would be telling you this on each of your submissions, but you wrote it so long ago that the ability to comment on it has died so I hope you'll accept the comment on here).
Anyway, good read. Entertaining. At the very end, the climax, I read aloud because I threw myself into the story. :)
Btw...there is ONE line that I NEED/WANT you to give to me from your piece!! It has inspired me, and I believe I would like to use it for the title of a poem, or at least most of the line.
"To a long windig stairwell of cracked, gray
Please, may I have your permission???
|| Posted on 2009-12-09 23:21:00 | by mojymo - [ Reply to This ] -|
Thankyou so much for your comment on "It Still Hurts." It is actually true, but without pain there would be no insight on what to expect from certain things in the future. At least, that's what I keep telling myself.
|| Posted on 2008-12-03 05:54:17 | by Iffy - [ Reply to This ] -|
Cheers for the comments on 'Barcelona'; I'm glad you enjoyed it. It was certainly a learning experience, and I'd really recommend going there for anyone looking for something slightly different.
The stanza you picked out was also my favourite part :)
I'll get around to reading some of your work in the next few days. Ciao
|| Posted on 2008-11-29 14:10:49 | by Civilian - [ Reply to This ] -|
haha, thanks for your thoughts. appreciated. that one went down well the time i read it out at a poetry live evening, yup.
|| Posted on 2008-11-29 08:29:26 | by meoww - [ Reply to This ] -|