Another top grade for you, Dean, for this impressive production number. I thought for a while that guy might have you, but you kept pushing him off. But hang loose, he is never far away. Great rhyme and rhythm. I'm compressed.
Is that what rain sound like? We never get ANY here! LOL
Very cool ambiance to accent your poem
Love all the little videos too - such cool footage you uncovered!
I would not dare worship that "other king" with such a spooky threat!
This is a very descriptive poem. It really shows the difference of how we think we know others and ourselves and how we really don't. I think it sends a promising message in it's lyrical words. Good job.
Yes..new medication might be good, ha ha! I love your weirdly scary frightmare...and the pictures! AND...it has the name I wanted...Rainy Days...I was Justjo...tried to change my name to Rainy Days...but it was taken, so settled (quite happily) for Irish Rain. I love your uplifting assertion at the poems end.
May I confess something to you? Often when I read a poem I think one of three things. 1. I could write that Poem better than they did. - or - 2. I could write that poem as well as they did. - or - 3. I know some things I'd change. I sure didn't say any of those things today about "Reign Knee Daze"
You employed incredible command of the English language, exquisite use of cadenced flow and you dazzled your devotees with a Syncopated visual, verbal and virtual delight.
Thanks for SHARING Biblical TRUTH! God Bless You!
Comment Written 10-Nov-2014
reply by the author on 10-Nov-2014
I'm so happy you saw the spiritual message of this poem, as one young man rejects sins of the world and the temptations of Satan, the enemy, Dr. Nad. Many either haven't noticed it otr they've simply neglected to metion it.
But not you, sir, for you have nailed my reasons for writing this as I did like an expert carpenter from Nazareth would construct something out of wood with a hammer and chisel.
For that, and your brilliant assessment, I am eternally grateful to you.