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Jerry Jing-Jang the Lawman


JJJ is deputy for a day

  39 total reviews 
Comment by
Righteous Riter
 
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The writer does a good job of telling the story clearly from start to finish. The writer sticks with the aabb rhyme scheme consistently. The writer does not force the rhymes as this piece holds my attention from start to finish. Best of luck in the contest.


 Comment Written 25-Jun-2013



reply by the author on 26-Jun-2013
    I'm so glad you enjoyed Jerry Jing-Jang. Thanks for the great review and the good wishes for the contest.
Comment by
bayoupoet
 
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Exceptional
This work has reached the exceptional level
This is an exceptional story in a poem. Your rhyme couldn't have been better and reading this poem isn't forced at all.
It really is a pleasure reading. Good luck in the contest!
sandra


 Comment Written 25-Jun-2013



reply by the author on 25-Jun-2013
    Thanks for the six! I'm so glad you enjoyed Jerry Jing-Jang. Thanks for the great review and the good wishes for the contest.

reply by bayoupoet on 25-Jun-2013
    You are very welcome,Cindy!
Comment by
duchessofdrumborg
An iron fist in a velvet glove
Sharpen your quill every day!
 
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'J...J-J the Lawman' is a well-written and entertaining piece. This talented poet has painted a vivid picture of law in the wild west. It was a pleasure to both read and review a work of this caliber.


 Comment Written 25-Jun-2013



reply by the author on 26-Jun-2013
    I'm so glad you enjoyed Jerry Jing-Jang. Thanks for the great review.

reply by duchessofdrumborg on 26-Jun-2013
    You're more than welcome, Cindy Warren.
    With my best wishes, the Duchess
Comment by
Titan Black
 
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I like that! The moral of the story is that "Jerry Jing Jang"
was a just person. And he didn't want to hang a person
without due process. And that's saying a lot. You did
a nice job at describing this. And I vastly appreciate it.
Keep writing.


 Comment Written 25-Jun-2013



reply by the author on 25-Jun-2013
    I'm so glad you enjoyed Jerry Jing-Jang. Thanks for the great review.
Comment by
CR Delport
 
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This is quite an interesting a amusing poem. Where on earth did you come up with a name like that? Thank you for sharing this lovely poem.


 Comment Written 25-Jun-2013



reply by the author on 25-Jun-2013
    I'm so glad you enjoyed Jerry Jing-Jang. JJJ, aka Gerry Warren, is my dad. When we were kids he told stories of his cowboy days. In his version, he was Jerry Jing-Jang. They were fictional, of course, but when I was six I totally believed him. Thanks for the wonderful review.
Comment by
9999pool
 
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A wonderful enjoyable story with a funny story line told with rhyming.
I like the story and it made me want to know whether there's a "Part 2" to this story. How the bad rusty, the good Jerry and the so-called law abiding sheriff continues in the story.
Excellent write in a story with a message to all. Sometime we should not get into other people's personal business unless we really know what's going on and the consequences, if any.
Cheerio, Ritchie.


 Comment Written 25-Jun-2013



reply by the author on 26-Jun-2013
    I suppose Jerry Jing-Jang will keep riding as long as his fans love him. There are more of his adventures in my portfolio, if you're interested. Thanks for the great review.

reply by 9999pool on 26-Jun-2013
    I will, when time permits as there is a backlog of reviews on my waiting list but I will - soon. Smiles.
    Just so i do not miss your works in my spare time, as I am already your fan. I just have to make myself remember your name as Jing-Jang Cindy (I am hopeless at remembering names, smiles).

    Cheerio, hugs, Ritchie.
Comment by
emjaihammond
 
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Very good little story within a poem. Loved the entertaining ride through this jing-jang problem. Cute and full of wit. I liked the rhyme and the rhythm all the way through the piece. Well done and enjoyable to read.


 Comment Written 25-Jun-2013



reply by the author on 26-Jun-2013
    I'm so glad you enjoyed Jerry Jing-Jang. Thanks for the great review.
Comment by
Ridley Williams
 
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This poem is a lot a bull(might not be the first
time you've heard that about this piece.) A fun
theme and delivery. I wish you all the best in
the contest, best wishes, Ridley


 Comment Written 25-Jun-2013



reply by the author on 26-Jun-2013
    I'm glad you had fun with it. Thanks for the great review and the good wishes for the contest.
Comment by
nassus1957
 
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Yep this is really some story in a poem about a western cowboy's life of guns and cattles and sheriff of a long gone age. There is a twist of humor when Rusty was cut loose by Jerry Jing Jang and freed for the main reason, that he is a cowboy and he needs to act like a cowboy, and catching them is a job not for him, but for the sheriff. Nice.


 Comment Written 25-Jun-2013



reply by the author on 25-Jun-2013
    Glad you enjoyed my poem. The only thing that sheriff could catch is a cold. Rusty doesn't have too much to worry about. LOL Thanks for the great review.
Comment by
angelface2
 
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I like this little tale of Jerry Jing-Jang, the Cowboy! I liked the flow of words. It was an easy read, and the rhyming was good. Miss Sally


 Comment Written 24-Jun-2013



reply by the author on 24-Jun-2013
    I'm so glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for the great review.
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