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Pet Hate by Debra White
Chapter 8 of the book NaPoWriMo 2019

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Hi Debs,

Don't be afraid of gossips.

Let it be known you are doing a circus [or magic-circle] knife-throwing course in the holidays, part funded by the Employer, to eliminate gossips!

Maybe not.

Just a wild idea that popped into my mind on the spur of the moment.

On second thoughts, a creative writing course may be more appropriate.

[Remember, I'm not good with words, only with my imagination.]

Thanks,

Richard.

(Is that enough letters for FS, I wonder? Let's see.)
Comment Written by RichardFann on 10-Apr-2019

Girl Hero by Debra White
Chapter 10 of the book NaPoWriMo 2019

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Hi Debs,

Great poem.

Liked the human element,
and that revision!
Yuck!
How cruel is the month of April.

Thanks,

Richard.

OOPs I've not yet got to 150 characters, so I'll say this is super-cally-fragilistic-expy-ally-dotious (my spelling!).

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Comment Written by RichardFann on 10-Apr-2019

Dance Me by Debra White
Chapter 2 of the book NaPoWriMo 2019

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Hi Debs,

Like the romance of this,
which pops up at the most unexpected moment.

Like the pic. My creative writing tutor is a collector of 1920s and 1930s clothes, so she would love the style of this.

Thanks,

Richard
Comment Written by RichardFann on 03-Apr-2019

The Joke's On Me by Debra White
Chapter 1 of the book NaPoWriMo 2019

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..Debs,

Like the joke!

Nice to have some fun.

It's a big challenge.

Keep it up for the 30 days!

[am sure some will drop out, but not you.]

Thanks,

Richard.

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Richard


Comment Written by RichardFann on 03-Apr-2019

Starting Off by Debra White
Prologue of the book NaPoWriMo 2019

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Debs,

Congratulations on entering this once-a-day challenge.

I once worked in Whitney on an audit job.

For some reason, an attractive young auditor insisted on coming with me.

But I was too bashful (at that time) to make the most of it!


Re this comp, good luck.

Thanks,

Richard.
Comment Written by RichardFann on 03-Apr-2019

The Meeting by Lance Loria

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Hi Lance,

Like this a lot. It's true to life. Real situations. No fluffy stuff. Witty too.

Reminds me of some seminars and meetings I used to attend before I retired.

Then I retired.

Now there are more meetings from the voluntary organisations I'm in.

Often I have to try not to yawn.

Thanks,

Richard.

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Comment Written by RichardFann on 30-Mar-2019

Halloween is scary for Dogs! by Dolly'sPoems

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Dolly,

Fab poem.

Like the funny pic of a Husky (is it?).

He/she needs some calm-me-down biscuits,
so he/she is no longer in shock, and prepared to rip the apparition to shreds.

As you know, I always like a feisty ending with a bit of drama.

My friend has a husky.
The next door's cat wandered into my friend's garden.
Big mistake,
But it was too late,
the cat is a late cat.

Thanks,

Richard.

PS if I were a dog, I'd be a Husky.
It takes no nonsense, and chews up any opposition.

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Comment Written by RichardFann on 30-Mar-2019

Carried Away by Debra White

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HI Debs,

Like this.

Have not much of a clue about what's going on.

That's what makes it great.

Good luck with the competition.

Thanks,

Richard.

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Comment Written by RichardFann on 30-Mar-2019

The Botticelli Bather by Dolly'sPoems

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Hi Dolly,

Good luck in the competition.

You show a keen insight into the viewer's mind, intentions, and desires.

Spot on. You busted me completely.

However on closer inspection, this artwork seems quite complex, and may be metaphorical, with the doves, the decaying monolith, the sea shore with slight waves, and the characters in the background.

Very perplexing.

I'm sorry, I haven't a clue.

Thanks,

Richard.

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Comment Written by RichardFann on 27-Mar-2019

Royal Sisters, a Script for Stage by judiverse

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Hi Judi,

Good conversation between the sisters, based on the facts.

The Queen is very hard to get into. There are only glimpses of what she's thinking, and almost nothing of how she is feeling.

You have captured her remoteness very well.

Good luck with the competition.

Thanks,

Richard.

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Comment Written by RichardFann on 24-Mar-2019


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