"All is Lost'
Was well written and rich in Theme and Imagery.
It read well and Flowed well with no Grammar Issues as well.
Adjective and Objective Contents were both Excellent and Exceptional while Descriptive Measures aligned Perfectly.
Doctor Ricky 1024
You could make a million dollars writing country music. This has it all, the runaway wife, the wrecked car(I'm thinking you should make it a pickup truck, but then what would you rhyme with it?) and the affair. Just buy a guitar and set it to music and you've got it made. Good luck.
I'm glad this isn't about you, Jay, but I loved the poem. It's a jaunty one, the rhyme and rhythm are spot on, and made for such an enjoyable read. I would imagine a few people would be nodding their heads at your poem, knowing someone, or even themselves who have gone through this. Well done, sad though it is, I really enjoyed it. :)) Sandra xxx
I too am an unrepentant rhyme and rhythm poet and enjoyed your "woe is me" piece. Sorry to say, I know more than one person who could have written the same words (though probably not as cleverly). Thanks for the read. - Wendy
I read the poem first without reading the notes and was in quick shock
What a relief to find it was about someone else. I really enjoy the simplicity and metering of your poetry- you tell a little story or give a little life lesson-always a treat to read