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    Author: StarAcabar
    ASL Info:    21/F/Norway/England
    Elite Ratio:    3.56 - 202/261/64
    Words: 174
    Class/Type: Poetry/Misc
    Total Views: 641
    Average Vote:    No vote yet.
    Bytes: 1099



    Description:
       A poem about writing...what a novel idea...(get it novel...heehee) Ok so it's not comedy and whether this conveys the passion I feel right now is obviously for you to decide. Just tell me...good or bad? Also...what type do you think it should be becasue I don't like to be miscelanious because I'm me and that's the way it is. (So there so!) But guess what...here's the thing. YOu can't just read it...it's gotta be in the style that you might read lady Macbeth's crazy speech or some other Shakespeare serious passion-ness. thought you might like to know...it sucks if you don't!


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    People write about longing, depression,
    They write about passion, anger and death.
    They make you feel several things in succesion,
    They make you feel love, or the strangled last breath.

    Writers are people who pour out their feelings,
    Writers are people who show you their soul.
    And as you read every one of their greetings
    You then long for more just to fill the great hole.

    To read, or to listen to a poem perchance,
    To feel the words ring through your mind to your heart.
    To feel the words, to wish to die or to dance,
    To read the words over again from the start.

    Oh writers, such genious, creators of fear,
    Creators of words wholey evil or good.
    To feel their feelings, to feel them so near.
    They make us feel all what they mean that we should.

    Writers write about longing, depression,
    They write about passion, anger and death.
    They make you feel several things in succesion,
    They make you feel love, or the strangled last breath.




    Submitted on 2004-11-15 03:03:37     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      with the help of you giving me a voice to project your words in my mind was very helpful, i think you should add that information in your description because it gives this piece a destinct feel that was not there before, gives credit to a womans mind lost in thought and us the reader privy to sacred emotions, I think it is a very well thought out piece, you should give a suggestion to read the speech of lady macbeth because it adds some insight to the mindset behind this,
    | Posted on 2004-11-21 00:00:00 | by brokenbatman | [ Reply to This ]
      mostly insightful, this seems t be your explanation in regards to all writers, pretty simple read but to classify this is your job souly. a lot of the writings here are hard to classify, maybe our dear webmaster could give us a blank line to fill in, any way, very easy to follow and I had no trouble understanding this it just seems to be missing something, not sure what though, sorry I could not be of more help
    | Posted on 2004-11-15 00:00:00 | by brokenbatman | [ Reply to This ]
      I like To read, or to listen to a poem perchance,
    To feel the words ring through your mind to your heart.
    To feel the words, to wish to die or to dance,
    To read the words over again from the start.
    keep it up peace!
    | Posted on 2004-11-15 00:00:00 | by Cordell | [ Reply to This ]
      I'm not really sure what you should classify this as. But I will say something else: I hate rhyme. Why? Because it forces you to subsitute what you really want to say sometimes just so another can make sense. For example:

    To read, or to listen to a poem perchance,
    To feel the words ring through your mind to your heart.
    To feel the words, to wish to die or to dance,
    To read the words over again from the start.

    Is that what you really wanted to say? Are those the words you wanted to use? That stanza bounced all over the place, but I think deep down you know what you wanted to say. If you had broken from the rhyme scheme, you could've gotten your point across clearer.

    But please just remember that I'm biased towards ryhme. I hate it with a passion. I love free verse because to me, it seems to be more pure.

    All in all, I think it was a pretty good piece. You pretty much covered a plethora of ideas that a lot of writers try to encompass. And you did it through poetry. Not bad, good effort. Could've been better; could've been worse.

    Rob
    | Posted on 2004-11-15 00:00:00 | by Me Rambling | [ Reply to This ]


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