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Russian Roulette with a Scalpel by Bloomer Burbs

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Well i certainly mad me laugh, but not out loud. Maybe it's somnething about English humour, it's impolite to guffaw. Or maybe it's dnagerous to laugh out loud. You might swallow your tongre which is uncomfortably jammed between your molars and your cheek. I challenge you to make me drop my spaghetti with a loud joke
Comment Written by Poetry nerd on 13-Feb-2011

An Odd Zoo by Trybuck

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Writing children's poetry is deceptively hard work for adults, We must avoid being condescending by having a bit of fun ajd therefore end up writing a poem in which fun is stongeceeeeefffff than sentiment. To be truthful in my opinion it aint much fun either. Too many colours, too much surface, not enough depth
Comment Written by Poetry nerd on 27-Dec-2010
Read and reviewed with blinders on.

Starless Night by CAT•FISH²

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A very pretty poem and lovely bit of poetry for kids. I love the idea of switching of the city lights for everyone to see the stars again. Charming.
Comment Written by Poetry nerd on 12-Dec-2010

Funny but naughty by dave zenym

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Sorry. You haven't convinced me and I have a sneaking feeling most women would not be overly convinced by such a ploy. The point is that we men constantly need our egos massaging and we are wannabe heroes for our partners. It was always thus and will always be thus. Just replace the vehicle with a horse and set the scene 150 years earlier and the response would be the same.

Still I enjoyed your story.
Comment Written by Poetry nerd on 11-Dec-2010

Why, Daddy? by The Stranger

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I like the use of everyday language in all the poems I've read of yours. This poem could be acted out as a monologue. Moving piece of work. Thank you for sharing this.
Comment Written by Poetry nerd on 10-Dec-2010

Dark Feeling by Ovidd

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I can definitely see and feel the obsession of the character. Good pace, good effort. The only problem I had was that there was a full-stop applied at the end, but nowhere else in the poem, the punctuation or lack of it was an interesting contraption. What purpose does this serve in your poem?
Comment Written by Poetry nerd on 10-Dec-2010

Man or Beast by sweetsilversong

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An interesting approach to capture the reader's attention not to mention directly what is being hunted, or that indeed it is being hunted. Love the line "death dressed across his shoulders".
Comment Written by Poetry nerd on 10-Dec-2010

Visiting Hours by RuralFrights

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This poem left me slightly perplexed at first but I understood the meaning after having read the author notes. You describe the feelings you went through very well and the structure of the poem is strong too. Well done.
Comment Written by Poetry nerd on 10-Dec-2010

Am I The Song by dportwood

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Good choice of words which creates a strong imagery, but I do have to admit that I did find it hard to follow in parts. I think the rhyming pattern might have been responsible for this. Good work though, well done!
Comment Written by Poetry nerd on 10-Dec-2010

An Octopus Named Medusa. by Alan K Pease

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Very original and witty. I loved the idea of going from Greek mythology to biology. A great read and very educational. You quite clearly are very passionate about your subject 'the octopus' and remarkable creatures they are.
Comment Written by Poetry nerd on 10-Dec-2010


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