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Sometimes a Good Thing...

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Ross E Silke
 
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This is presented very well and is tightly composed. It has a really nice meter and rhymes to it that makes it sound very nice when read. Good word choices that are perhaps a bit more advanced than the norm; great vocab! I like the message. Enjoyable!


 Comment Written 25-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 25-Mar-2019
    Thanks so much Ross... so appreciated and humbling... yours, diana
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I enjoyed this piece. I like the line: "I hear each disembodied voice..." Great imagery. It goes well with your photo choice, as well. Thank you for sharing.
Nancy


 Comment Written 25-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 25-Mar-2019
    thanks so much Njorgensen for your wonderful review... yours, diana
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Dorothy Farrell
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Hello Art - 'Hiding in Plain Sight' - I like that. This is a well written short poem and so you are so right. You can be invisible in a crowd - unless you go out of your way to be seen. I've heard it said that women become invisible in a crowd the older they get - charming thought! Who the heck first said that? Good read - nice picture. Warm regards Dorothy x


 Comment Written 25-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 25-Mar-2019
    One of my favorite thing to do... It is intriguing to get lost in a sea of faces... yours, diana
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rjuselius
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this is an intriguing piece of poetry dear artasylum! indeed, we may be well invisible among our piers. blending in is one way to alleviate the sheer number of people you pass every day. if we all were a little bit more obese, we would be closer to each other. lol.
thank you dear friend for sharing!
blessings and a super squeeze!
Rebekka x


 Comment Written 25-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 25-Mar-2019
    thanks back to you for your touching review... and for the stellar/plus-one review... you made me smile... yours, diana
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Art Asylum: a quick, rhyming poem with more meaning that actual words! It is amazing how one can hide in a crowd . . . although a bit scary that no one sees you . . .But, everyone is in a hurry and too self-centered, I believe. Nice write! livelylinda


 Comment Written 25-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 25-Mar-2019
    Wow, livelylinda thanks so much for your vote of confidence... i'm honored and humbled... yours, diana
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I thought you really captured that feeling of being alone in a crowd in this one. We hear the babble of voice around us, but don't plug into the conversations emotionally. We see the faces, but don't connect to the people behind them. estory


 Comment Written 25-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 25-Mar-2019
    I'd say this is the perfect review... thanks so much for your sage wisdom and paying attention...
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So true, it is easy to get lost in the crowds. Many a crime novel aspire to this idea. But there can be other reasons for wanting to stay anonymous. I liked your poem a lot. Great rhyming and rhythm. Good luck in the contest. All best. Ulla:)))


 Comment Written 25-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 25-Mar-2019
    Hey sweet Ulla... thanks for this stellar review... youtd, fisns
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Hello Artasylum,

I sure wish I could wear shorts or jean skirts. I need to get my beefy legs trimmed down before that can happen. So that picture wih your poem stole all my thoughts lol! I try to blend in with the crowd whenever possible. I'm not comfortable with standing out.

Good poem that sent me to thinking today.

Joy xx


 Comment Written 25-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 25-Mar-2019
    Hey Joy... thanks so much for this stellar review...
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I love the wording, descriptive vocabulary, and the picture of this poem. I can definitely relate to your work because this is how I feel whenever I'm out in a big crowd! Especially if I was in a place like the picture chosen; so much anxiety!
Everyone is always hustling and bustling with no time to even say a "hello" or give a smile.
Great work, thanks for sharing!


 Comment Written 25-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 25-Mar-2019
    Hey Cassidy... I don't believe I've see you here before... I will look for your work... yours, diana
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Maria Jose Garcia
 
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Yes, you are right. Anonymity is good sometimes. When you want to be alone, when you are feeling down...
But sometimes you want to be with people who care about you.
Thanks for sharing this lovely poem.


 Comment Written 25-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 25-Mar-2019
    Thanks so much Maria Jose... very grateful... yours, diana
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