HI Dean, this is great...I love how you decorated the holiday seasons...leave it to you...Master of Horror...well done you...love your poem...and love your creepy pictures...very well written you...love Linda xxoo
Hi Dean, this is a great poem, brilliantly executed and the usual superb display. Good personification of all the seasonal occasions, Christmas, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Valentine............. and a bit of name-dropping. Good accompanying music - you have given us the lot. Very well done - warm regards Dorothy
Wow, Bravo! Outstanding! (Me clapping:) lol. This is really awesome, Dean, I love how you did this from Halloween's perspective, and including thoughts of all the holidays attaching a personal voice to them. Of course, Big Stephen King fan too... I'd say this is a sure winner, you have my vote for sure:)) ~Kerry
Cheers my great buddy, Dean;
-absolutely and truly inventive and ingeniously creative and and also at the poem gives the reader that incentive to think outside of the box.
-Your poem read smoothly throughout the writing is the enjambment's fluidity was due to the rhythm and rhyming of your poem and that there were no Incidences of any interruptions in the syntax and grammar of youra poem.
-Each rhyming word was, for the most part, was Adding to the fluidity of your writing And very contingently supportive and appropriate for each and every line of your poem.
-There is one line that I think needs to be adjusted as a kind hangs out like a hangnail or a fever blister on the tongue. I know, ouch! Or I'm trying to say this line I have tried to rearrange but to no avail and it is the line as such: "Valentine's Day asked as chocolate dripped down her chin." The best that I could come up with it was "Valentine's Day mentioned that we should be akin." Meaning that we should be more like than apart Or different. I don't know tell me what you think?
I just feel it's out of context with the enjambment of the rest of the poem.
-The pictures And the music outstandingly chosen to give support to the appropriateness of the conceptual theme of the writing.
-It's ingeniously creative to personalize all the holidays as it works really well and you giving a cameo to Stephen King was great. Chuckle!
-I really enjoyed reading this, Dean, As you always great and exceptional in your created styles of the macabre as this one is even humorous and completely fun.
-I hope you have a great Halloween also, my dear friend and thanks for sharing and take care and have a good one and especially good luck in the contest.
You made me give you a six. Such imagination. The rhyme was questionable, to me in one place, and I had to read it twice to get the flow all the way through. Non of that mattered. What mattered was that the holidays dressed for Halloween thanks to the master of horror. Who would have thought? You did!
Hello Dean. This thing is so good I don't even have a best line to give you. Every line makes the story get better and better. It has great sense of humor, music was exceptional to the piece and who doesn't like a "creepy" Stephen King. So great my friend well deserving a sixer! xoxo deborah
A personification of celebratory events is quite an unique idea
Your presentation as usual is certainly admirable
Your poem is amazing in the fact that a pagan festival is seen to hold it's own among such prestigious events on the calendar
To take the great Stephen King to this same said event also adds to the horror intentions; as a rule that is; but you have given the great writer a character who actually toned down the horror effect of Halloween by coersing her to meet more amiacably with the other characters and they united in fun filled scarieness on a much lower level
The infusion of several characters was a very intriguing part of this work
have a smiley day
Well, I read this many times before reviewing, I was not sure if I understood but I think I do the Christmas and Easter.e.t.c fables that have been distorted by Halloween (scary) movies is what I read and thoroughly enjoyed very well done****kahpot