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This is How to Live by Kingsrookviii

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Bold declarative statement supported by a well constructed shruement in poetic verse. I reverted to my teaching days there. Well done. Keep em coming.
Comment Written by Finglas on 25-Jul-2015

How Do You Keep Your Head Up? by PoeticXscape

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You keep your head up by continuing to produce pieces like this. Well done. A lot of us can relate to the sentiment expressed in this piece and a lot of us find solace in writing about it v
Comment Written by Finglas on 22-Jul-2015

Empty Street by Walter L. Jones

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I like this piece a lot. I particularly like the marine standing next to St Peter image, where he belongs and the drip becomes the story us a wonderful observational metaphor. Well done.
Comment Written by Finglas on 22-Jul-2015

Forgiveness by Country Girl47

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An eye for an eye produces a world of one-eyed pirates. Forgiveness is not always easy but it does turn out to be the best medicine in the end. I like this puece a lot. Well done. Welcome.
Comment Written by Finglas on 22-Jul-2015

My Friend, the Sparrow by Nosha17

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I love this piece. I spend as much time as I can immersed in nature. I especially love to watch out house sparrows share branch time with summer visitors at this time of year. The rhyme scheme is this piece resonates with the early morning chattering sparrows.
Comment Written by Finglas on 21-Jul-2015

From dust to dust by Jackarrie

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Very well done. That's a mouthful in just 8 syllables. I love the stardust metaphor tied in with the dust to dust, it works perfectly. Good luck in the contest.
Comment Written by Finglas on 21-Jul-2015

It's all in the Cycle by Pam (respa)

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Living is what we do while we wait for a life. I love the way you turn the mundane into such enjoyable poetry. Recycle the spin cycle -- nicely done. Congrats.
Comment Written by Finglas on 20-Jul-2015

To Whom Wrong Belongs? by Kingsrookviii

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I like this one. Reminds me of one of my favorite quotes and novels. "Seek not to find Foe Whom The Bell Tolls, it tolls for thee. The crucifixion did not wash us all clean.
Comment Written by Finglas on 18-Jul-2015

New Manhattan Project by Glasstruth

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Very well done. I lived in New York and this this piece definitely resonates with me. It brings crack the the intangible the "it" that makes it The City -- undisputed -- high praise from someone norm and raised in Dublin City. Manhattan is an island on to itself and you capture that wonderfully in this piece.
Comment Written by Finglas on 17-Jul-2015

Final exam by joeruptak

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Well done. You cram a lot of levity and wisdom into this short, rhyming piece. Makes me think of the old saying "there are no atheists in fox holes".
Comment Written by Finglas on 17-Jul-2015


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