Name: Evelyn Swarts
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i absolutely love your response...thank you...and yes, the beauty of poetry...the reader owns it,,,his or her interpretation is what counts...not really what the poet was thinking when writing it...
the whole NY thing you got, plus the arrogance of some writers and editors...sort of all there---
thanks so much for the read!
|| Posted on 2012-07-15 08:55:41 | by jacoberin - [ Reply to This ] -|
i remember times when that happened with me too....i was too close to the situation and tried to write about it...what i wrote came out pretty blunt as well...
i do really like your writing...i feel you in it...some poetry is constructed beautifully..yet it seems too detached..i don't feel the poet...and that is the other extreme which is actually worse i think...form so overrides content, we lose the writer.
|| Posted on 2012-07-15 08:52:53 | by jacoberin - [ Reply to This ] -|
If you go to the "list all" at the bottom of my poems list, it is there. But as you asked I am making a delivery. Thanks!
middle of the day
failure to focus
child of predestiny
bird in a cage
pensive or apprehensive
perception or reality
who might know
if spirits can fly
|| Posted on 2012-05-05 12:07:56 | by Blue Monk - [ Reply to This ] -|
you must have esp....thinking Beatles...
and they seem to transcend time anyway...
thanks for the read...
|| Posted on 2012-05-05 09:52:04 | by jacoberin - [ Reply to This ] -|
Thanks so much for the comment!
|| Posted on 2012-05-04 10:25:07 | by Anneboleyn707 - [ Reply to This ] -|
I've thought for some time about what you've said in reply and although I know I may have already worn out my "older and wiser" (ha ha make me laugh) persona I wanted to say. I've always felt it was my uniqueness and individuality that gave me worth, not my ability to fit in. I also come from a "blunt social demographic" but I had friends among the socialites, jocks, nerds, juicers (drinkers), and even the occasional brainiac or two. Being a doper this was not easy to accomplish but I refused to be stereotyped. I know this is not typical but I repeat it's your uniqueness and individuality that gives you worth not your social click. They're so overrated. I say get up and get out to it. It's the diversity of people that makes life interesting. I've even heard opposites attract. I also hope we both find what we're looking for. Good luck!
|| Posted on 2012-04-28 08:18:59 | by monad - [ Reply to This ] -|