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We all have a darker side we supress...

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Dean,
I like your poem and am going to vote for it. I know you love all the moans and sounds, but to me they were distracting. I feel sure, however, that everybody else loves them. Your wolves, eyes. etc are effective and, well, very you.
Anyway, good job and good luck.
pome lover


 Comment Written 06-Oct-2017


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Another exceptional write my friend, gripping from start to finish, love the one line double rhymes.....is that the correct terminology?
Absolutely fantastic Dean.
Mitchell


 Comment Written 16-Sep-2017


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You have been missed. I too have been absent lately. My wife took a
terrible fall and broke a wrist and arm. I am her primary care giver and
keeper of the house and property. I'm exhausted! No time for F/S.
A wonderful "kuchian" story and written in "kuchian" style.
Bill


 Comment Written 15-Sep-2017


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Dear Dean

Great story and poem with fabulous inside and ending rhyme. The presentation is mesmerizing...I love the pictures. We all have a dark side and this Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hide poem is a great example. Well done


 Comment Written 13-Sep-2017


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"In each of us-down deep inside-there lurks a beast we all must hide."

Alfred Hitchcock certainly understood how evil lurks in each person, and once we see it with our own eyes, it is usually too late to flee.

Think of the film "Shadow of a Doubt".


 Comment Written 13-Sep-2017


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Ah, but maybe he WAS a good man and he took out other invisible monseters. A Dexter type monster. Who knows? Maybe the murders stopped because he got the bad one. There are plenty of possibilities here. You could have some fun with it.


 Comment Written 12-Sep-2017


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Hello Dean,
The split personality - Jekyll and Hyde, Werewolf, and Frankenstein, all in one.
That pretty much covers the genre and very well, too.
Excellent use of the internal rhyme form
The meter, alliteration, and sound, all enhance the effect
in this skillfully created poem.
"There lurks a beast we all must hide" and there is no cure
Day has night, summer has winter and beauty has the beast
But perhaps beauty can cure the beast.
All the best to you
RS


 Comment Written 12-Sep-2017


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This is a fabulous poem, in the true sense of the word Dean. It's easy to hide, probably even more so now in a virtual world.


 Comment Written 12-Sep-2017


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Some superb inner rhyme and generally smooth delivery. Great phrasing and imaginative, image laden narrative, and, as aways, a great presentation, your poetic expertise is unrivalled, a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hide theme Dean, well done mate, blessings, Roy
Suggestion : "and when he sleeps the evil creeps," 2: it traveled all the way to town(,) 3: with her light(,)


 Comment Written 12-Sep-2017


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You know..Dennis Raider, Wichita serial killer was this man...a deacon of the church and a family man...
No one could believe his heinous acts..murdering entire families. A great poem, Dean...


 Comment Written 12-Sep-2017


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