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Botox Disaster


An awdl sonnet

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The picture definitely adds to the poem. I wonder what she was thinking. This flows well. I understand the response that the pharma company gave her. This flows well. I thought it was amusing. Well done.


 Comment Written 31-May-2019



reply by the author on 31-May-2019
    I wonder not what she was thinking but whether she was capable of thought. Many thanks for the review.

reply by SLMorrical on 01-Jun-2019
    Good point
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Good gracious me, Jim!
That poor girl, her swollen lips look to be very painful.
Of course, when we battle against Mother Nature and attempt to alter her handiwork rather than playing the hand she's dealt us one can expect the outcome to be less than favorable.
Excellent sonnet, in perfect form.
This piece deserves plenty of lip service, indeed!
~Dean


 Comment Written 31-May-2019



reply by the author on 31-May-2019
    It certainly is painful to look at. whether she feels any pain or not I do not know. Talking of pain, the pun was rather excruciating too. Lol. Thanks for reading and reviewing.

reply by Dean Kuch on 31-May-2019
    Hahaha, you're welcome, Jim.
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Wow, this really is a botox disaster. I can't for the life of me understand why so many people who aren't really ugly or anything have to start experimenting with their looks. Perhaps just leaving well enough alone and just being happy with what she has would have been the option taken. I like this and the accompanying artwork is Priceless! Thanks for sharing this humorous and well written work. Well done!


 Comment Written 30-May-2019



reply by the author on 31-May-2019
    It is said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Most beholders who have reviewed this poem, like you, find little beauty here. The question as to why these women do this therefore remains unanswered.

    Thank you so much for your complimentary review.
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That looks like it hurts! I love the first stanza and its reference to
Shakespeare's poem.
Your rhyme and meter follow the Awdl Sonnet form which to me is quite a feat.
I enjoyed the humor.
Nancy


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reply by the author on 31-May-2019
    Thank you so much for reading, enjoying and reviewing this poem.
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This is a brilliant poem about a disturbing subject and far more disturbing picture. ( I'm really hope this is a photo-shopped exaggeration.)

At any rate, your poem sums up all that is wrong with riding the vanity train. Good one!


 Comment Written 30-May-2019



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    I understand the photo is from life and not exaggerated, the result of overdosing on botox. Many thanks for this review and its attendant six stars.

reply by brenda faye curtis on 30-May-2019
    How tragic this photo is real!

    You're welcome, Jim.
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This awdl sonnet, Botox Disaster, might do better using Burns and finding that her love is like some red, red tulips, That is a definite case of Botox botch.


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reply by the author on 30-May-2019
    Oh yes. I like the Caledonian reference and the tulips. Now why didn't I think of that? Thank you so much for this fun review and suggestion. Great idea.
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Why can't people just be satisfied with what God gave them. If you have a fully formed face, to eyes that work, a nose that does what a nose is supposed to do, what is the problem? Do you think that God made a mistake? When you start messing around with perfection, you run the risk of becoming imperfect.


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reply by the author on 30-May-2019
    Wise words indeed, and there is the evidence before your very eyes. Many thanks for reading and reviewing this.
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First of all, the picture you chose to use put it right out there how these kind of things can go awry. To me it looks like, That's gotta hurt. Of course, the person who did it claims she looks almost the same. They aren't going to admit they could have done anything wrong!


 Comment Written 30-May-2019



reply by the author on 30-May-2019
    Looking through Google Images rogues gallery of cosmetic surgery gone wrong should be required reading for anyone planning to go down this road. Many thanks for reading and reviewing this.
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Artificiality indeed - they do take it too far some of these women. I wonder if any men are silly enough to use botox? A fun read and a ridiculously pouty person.
cheers,
valda


 Comment Written 30-May-2019



reply by the author on 30-May-2019
    Now this poses an interesting thought. Precisely wher were you thinking we males use botox? No way is anyone going to stick needles in that. Thanks though for the review.
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An interesting and insightful poem. Botox is becoming a very common occurrence these days. I don't mind people with a small bit of it, but when they go overboard it's so obvious,


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reply by the author on 30-May-2019
    And then use a liner to enhance the very grotesqueness of it. A little of what you fancy may do you good but this is clearly over-egging the pudding. Many thanks for reading and reviewing.
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