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Seeds of Sagacity


Poetry has a purpose...

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Chrissy710
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Loved this Dean A beautiful masterpiece of poetry in its finest form Well rhymed with a lovely meter .A bookcase this one and should rate very highly in the contest Good luck Cheers Christine


 Comment Written 07-Dec-2017



reply by the author on 07-Dec-2017
    Well...it's not doing very well in the booth right now, Christine.
    But I'm very pleased to know that you enjoyed the poem just the same.
    Thanks very much for your glowing comments and the stellar six star rating.
    Holiday hugs!
    ~Dean

reply by Chrissy710 on 07-Dec-2017
    Give it time

reply by the author on 07-Dec-2017
    Well, it's 9-4 right now and this is the last day, so...
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Exceptional
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This poem about surging new voices meeting the old guard, Seeds of Sagacity, certainly leans towards the difficulty of seeing a new angle, or taking a road less traveled on the written page.

'Tis quite a chore to write such lore wrenched from mere minds of babes.
Vile jesters laugh, ruffians, riffraff, who toss their ace of spades.

As always, Dean, your work is over the top in language use, creativity, and production.


 Comment Written 27-Nov-2017



reply by the author on 02-Dec-2017
    Thanks for reading, Bill, and for the stellar six star rating as well.
    I sincerely appreciate it!
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Excellent closing line Dean, it is true sometimes. The alliteration and rhyme inner and at line end help move this from prose to poetry, as do the changing intent of each stanza. Fun use of word choice, this makes a good poem about the writing of poetry,


 Comment Written 24-Nov-2017



reply by the author on 25-Nov-2017
    Thanks so much for your assessment and kind comments, sfharper.
    I deeply appreciate your review.
    Warmest wishes,
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A superb poem about an inner child in us. Your presentation and anaoestic meter are superb! It's a joy to reax your poetry.

I loved this yet another display of your relent and versatility.


 Comment Written 24-Nov-2017



reply by the author on 24-Nov-2017
    Thanks for reading, Yelena.

reply by Eternal Muse on 24-Nov-2017
    Dean, what is the name of your story again, where you describe the near death experience and encountering the supernatural?

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GWHARGIS
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You crack me up with the Grammar nazi. I'm in awe of people who can keep all the rights and wrongs and rules of grammar straight. Could visualize this one. Almost had a Dickens feel. Great job. Gretchen


 Comment Written 23-Nov-2017



reply by the author on 24-Nov-2017
    Thanks for reading, Gretchen.
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Oh I enjoyed this one a LOT Dean. This piece has definite 'Kuch' qualities in that it reads like an incantation with your expert use of internal rhyme (spot on!) but I thoroughly enjoyed your departure from your fave horror genre and instead, told us a story with a high moral. Let's drink to 'Sagacity'! Bravo!
:)Sharyn


 Comment Written 23-Nov-2017



reply by the author on 24-Nov-2017
    Thanks for reading, Sharyn, and for the six stars as well.
    I sincerely appreciate your kind comments.
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AnnaLinda
 
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Dean,

What an impacting and incredibly well written poem you have created here!
Love the message that so many can relate to. Top rhyme...both internal
and end as well as unbelievable perfect meter and abundant alliteration.

I was drawn in by your first stanza about our inner child and I especially
liked your last stanza and last 2 lines in particular:

"Words woven of sagacity for those who care to read;
they plant the seeds of noble deeds, whilst on the page, they bleed."

Have a blessed Thanksgiving and holiday season,

Linda


 Comment Written 22-Nov-2017



reply by the author on 24-Nov-2017
    Thanks for reading, Anna Linda, and for the six stars as well.
    I sincerely appreciate your kind comments.

reply by AnnaLinda on 24-Nov-2017
    Smiles
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I don't think I've ever used the word, "sagacity". I had to look it up: "acuteness of mental discernment and soundness of judgment". Now I know why I'm not familiar with "sagacity", it sure doesn't describe me. That being said, there are members on this site that give to our writing, and then there are those that take away from it. The ones who take away, are easy to identify and it is better to pay them of no mind. This was very poetically said, even if it was in a somewhat archaic manner.


 Comment Written 22-Nov-2017



reply by the author on 23-Nov-2017
    Yes, it was told in a rather Old World format, Victor.
    Thank you very much for reading my work. I sincerely appreciate your comments.
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Dean,
Thank you, for the laugh. I love how you see grammar Nazi's. Am I one of those? :P I ask this because I found an error: :P
As words of hope (comma :P) help us to cope and love our fellow man.
LOL!
Happy Thanksgiving!! Hope your doggie is doing great, and you and everyone is!
Nome


 Comment Written 22-Nov-2017



reply by the author on 23-Nov-2017
    Hahaha, no, I wouldn't consider you as being a Grammar Nazi, Rasmine, lol.
    Me and Gidget are doing fine, looking forward to turkey dinner tomorrow. She sleeps all day after eating Thanksgiving dinner.
    Must be the turkey, heh-heh.
    Here's hoping you & yours have a Happy Thanksgiving as well.
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    ~Dean

reply by Rasmine on 24-Nov-2017
    LOL!
Comment by
krys123
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Cheers, Deano...!
-All I can say that I believe this is marvelously and exceptionally written in the most remarkable thing is that it applies to all of us here and that goes especially for writers and reviewers.
-SAGACITY_acuteness of mental discernment (recognition?) and soundness of judgment. For the most part, soundness of judgment, plays a big role we are going to write a review.
The more we recognize our fellow man and understand them better we ar to cope and deal with the in the circumstances and the situations that are involved interaction.
-I really enjoyed reading this as it was very fascinating and so well-written that anyone should recognize is important's.
-One thing I would like assistance yes and that is in the first
verse forth line, whether or not you can use MISSION'S QUEST..?
-Thanks a lot my friend was sharing and take care and have a good one and I love the grammar police and Nazis.
Alex


 Comment Written 22-Nov-2017



reply by the author on 24-Nov-2017
    Thanks for your in-depth review and for the six stars as well, Alex
    I sincerely appreciate your kind comments.

reply by krys123 on 26-Nov-2017
    When I read your poetry, how could I ever not give a six because you put so much into one post more than anyone else...
    Alex

reply by the author on 26-Nov-2017
    I wish everyone felt the way you did, my friend.
    Heh-heh-heh.
    But, alas... :(

reply by krys123 on 26-Nov-2017
    Yeah, so be it.
    Alex
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