It's lynner. I was replying to a review of one of my poems and discovered it was Lainee. I looked further to her profile, read it and then say that she felt your poem
"A Tuesday Rose" deserved attention. So I have read it and do agree.
Your wordplay is a delight. I especially enjoyed the last three verses, and the first three. Just wondered how you do it. Read your written words and use your ears?Sit quiet and let the muse whisper? Smoke the devil's weed? Use the extra connections in a brain full of beautiful words? Take a nap? How do you arrive at the proper phrase? Thanks. Sam
Very well done, very good use of language, very nice rhyming sequences. I enjoyed it very much. It is heartfelt and sincere-the poet does a great job of covering many thoughts and expressions on a very terse canvas
So much different from the last poem. I though the repetition of the first line of each stanza worked well. I felt that this would probably be much stronger spoken outloud. I could imagine the first line being emphasized and read louder.
Terrific images. Another powerful poem. I was curious as to why it was marked as prologue though. Was that a mistake?