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Heartbreaker by jadapenn

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"The most valuable thing about a review a poem is its potential to deepen the reader's experience of the work under consideration," Matthew Z. says. "The thoughts and insights of a perceptive, educated, interested writer who has spent significant time with the poetry can be of great help to someone who is new to the poems." Jadapenn is a great example.
Comment Written by Solrac on 08-Feb-2013

The Villians by Margaret Snowdon
Chapter 64 of the book Amber

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The past is not unchanging. In Margaret stories we learn new things that change our understanding of what past events truly meant and create new appreciation of how thing really fit together. This story focuses on the past, and it is much more than a documentation of what happened. It is a monumental reevaluation of the meaning of what has occurred and leads to changing one's understanding of what is happening in the present or will eventually happen in the future.
Comment Written by Solrac on 08-Feb-2013

False Start by oNray

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Very good description of a state of mind. I specially like I pick me up, only to be thrown back down,
all the smiles I have left have turned into frowns.
You show a great expression in every stanza. Looking forward to your next work
Solrac
Comment Written by Solrac on 27-Oct-2011

One and one makes three or more by misscookie
Chapter 42 of the book Part-1-It's Up To You!

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As usual, you selected the right picture to accompny the rights words of your poem.
US is a strong word and many people DO NO UNDERSTAND. lOVE IT!

Comment Written by Solrac on 01-Aug-2011

Essence of Young Motherhood by CALLAHANMR

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Can you say more in 9 words?
Puberty a time of uberty
Too young for fruitfulness?
No!
CALLAHAN, you caught the essence of the concept!
Comment Written by Solrac on 01-Aug-2011

Cobbled Path by cheyennewy

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BESIDES THE EXCELLENT STRUCTURE OF THE POEM, THE FINAL WORDS BRING IMMENSE HOPE TO THE READER,
An open road to light the dark
and strength to travel true
No shadows that I can recall
becomes my only quest
Comment Written by Solrac on 01-Aug-2011

A Friend For Ben by Margaret Snowdon
Chapter 2 of the book THE FOUNDLING

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"The little Foundling lived in the cottage by the lake, tended by the wrinkled and bent old man, who rocked him to sleep in a wooden cradle he himself had fashioned, and stilled his baby wails by crooning quaint medleys of his own composing."
Can you find a more tender description of the goodness of this man? Can a painting make you feel the old man emotion like these 44 words do? Can a music make you see the bonding of these two human beings?
NO.
Margaret story pulls out our 5 senses in play with them, and we love it.
Comment Written by Solrac on 08-Jul-2011

The Casey Anthony Trial by Jonesy

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There is a saying "An ape is an ape, even if it wears scarlet." There is another "White is white even in the dark." Time will tell and the truth will prevail, shining brighter than today.
A very well written work, asking the right question without a moral education.
Comment Written by Solrac on 08-Jul-2011

Story Eight My New Life, Part Four by c_lucas
Chapter 61 of the book TROUBLE'S A'BREWING

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Strong character development makes this chapter a winner. The scenery fits the plot like a glove, and the dialogue is of course superb as always
Comment Written by Solrac on 07-Jul-2011

The Discovery by Margaret Snowdon
Chapter 1 of the book THE FOUNDLING

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Margaret Snowdon has the magic of kidnapping the reader into the story and making him/her ride each page as an invisible character that can see, feel and touch the ones in the book. This chapter deserves a 10 but I only have a 5.
Comment Written by Solrac on 07-Jul-2011


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