--Elite Writer Alias: queendepricate Name: Ashley Pindyck ASL: 24/female/milwaukee Bio: [ Quick Bio ] Website:[ Education ] Days Away: 2432 Life Story: [ Ignore User ]
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I know it might be somewhat pretentious or presumptuous of me to think people are going to know the meanings of all of these words but I assure if they did the meaning would be fairly clear . I don't know , I get caught up in these intellectual conundrums late at night and this stuff just rolls off my finger tips . I have many simpler , perhaps less abstrusely verbose works if your interested . The Quest , Persuasion , Echo , to name a few . Thanks for your time . I'll visit your page and see if any comments come up .
i just happened to read your response to my comments.from the 23rd of March..i have sometimes done the same thing...added a reply under the comment rather than hitting reply to this..
yes i saw things in your poem...maybe what you were thinking subconsciously..
but even if not..the poem spoke to me as a reader...that is what is important in poetry i think.
as for your comments on "the kiss' thank you...
i appreciate the thoughts and suggestion...although i wanted the stanzas in that order..and wanted the last line to be the last line..."i will chew on my nicorette life with you or without you...and i separated those lines between stanzas because of the gap felt in the relationship...but we all have something in mind when writing our pieces...and once we give them up for reading, the pieces belong to the reader...
the smoke lingers even after switching to the nicorette life...but i would really refrain too often from explaining a poem...because i like to let the reader see what he or she does...what i was thinking really doesn't matter so much after i let it go.
i see where a reversal might also work...depending on the way it is read...
very thoughtful suggestion and comments..
you had said in your response to my comment that you wondered how to find my poetry...all you need to do is click on the name...and it brings you to the poet's page--
and scrolling down you find the list of submissions of that poet.