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Dean Kuch
My pleasure as always, Pete.
~Dean
04-Oct-2016
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Fishing for Meaning by madhatter1977

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Yes, a lot like Lewis Carroll's or Dr. Suess, perhaps, in a manner of speaking.
It made perfect sense to me, Pete. In fact, I felt it was rather clever, some of the double entendre that were used.
Well done!
Right On, and Write On...
~Dean


Dean Kuch
I sincerely hope you do find time to contribute to the book, Pete. It would be an honor.
Thank you very much for taking the time to read and comment on this poem, as well as the idea behind the book.
I appreciate your time and the generous six stars.
All is well with me.
I hope the same can be said for you also.
~Dean
02-Oct-2016
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~Deep Within the Looking Glass~ by Dean Kuch

Prologue of the book ~Halloween Horrors ~

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Wicked, very very wicked... You are the champion of the unnerving poem! Not been on here for some time but glad to see you are still writing great work. Halloween feels like it's so far away yet the whole year has flown by. Writing for a themed poetry collection sounds really cool with so many great writers on board. I'll try to think of something. Best wishes and hope you're doing well? Pete :)


Irish Rain
I was in that 'lonely' position for years. Whenever I think of any of the 'Sciences', and what they advise, I always remind myself that men wrote them also, and WHO made the mind of man? I love your review Mr. Pete, thank you so much!!!!
02-Oct-2016
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No Greater Truth by Irish Rain

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Hi, I really enjoyed the poem and the notes. I am glad you are well after such a (terrifying?) near death experience and that you have found solace through the bible and a benevolent voice to feel confident in your faith of the afterlife. I am studying Psychology and have been told to mistrust anything that claims to be "truth" about life yet that leaves you in quite a lonely position. We all need to feel reassured! Great poem and look forward to more, Pete :)


Wabigoon
Pete--
Thanks. Can't say much more than that, really. There is a level of reality to what I am writing about that, for me at least, most "dream" writing misses, including Jung.

Best
Jeff
02-Oct-2016
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The Laying on of Hands Part III by Wabigoon

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Hi, Jeff. I am familiar with Lear and disturbing dreams too. You give excellent analysis to your personal experiences and it is intriguing how you develop your arguments about this. I think Jungian theory was way ahead of the times talking about "shadows", synchronicity and collective unconscious across cultures and historical periods. You write very well about the rich store of thought and dream and I will check in when I can. Best wishes, Pete :)


nancy_e_davis
Thank you for the review and the generous stars Pete. Nancy
02-Oct-2016
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A Promise by nancy_e_davis

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Hi, Nancy. Great to see a post from you. I hope you're doing well? The picture is very interesting and I can understand the meaning attached to it as a source of hope when the world seems to be going pear-shaped! It's a beautiful rhyme you use as well. Take care, Pete :)


Kingsrookviii
Thank you for the encouraging review. Your description is perfect. In face, your use a term I use often about " being in my bunker." I am impressed. Have a good day. Bruce.
02-Oct-2016
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Fly First by Kingsrookviii

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Interesting poem written from the heart and many of us will relate. The black and white font and background show the intensity of the personal battle you write about. At times we all feel "in the bunker" with bombs raining down on us from above and you capture it very well. I also like the geometry of shapes at the end of the poem - I don't think I've seen that before! Really nice work!


robyn corum
Oh, Pete - there's a whole book of them I'm creating! I hope to publish them (for adults and children, alike!) when I've completed my list. I still have about 15 more to go. Thanks for your encouragement!
02-Oct-2016
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Logan Likes the Animals by robyn corum

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Hi, Robyn. This is a poem with wonder in it and it's very well written for alll to enjoy! It put a smile on my face so thank you. I am intrigued by the Mystery Critters? I'll see if I can find more. Best wishes, Pete :)


robyn corum
Thanks, Pete! You are right, of course!
02-Oct-2016
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Mystery Critter #25 by robyn corum

Chapter 25 of the book Mystery Critters

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Hi, hope this is about a peacock?! They do have fantastic plumage! Lovely poem in many ways and I like the repetition. Clever to do a sequence of themed poems as it gives a structure for writing when otherwise you could be blocked. Nice one! Pete


Ogden
My sincere thanks for your insightful review!
02-Oct-2016
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Old Lives Matter! by Ogden

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Powerful writing about the horrible wait for diagnosis and prognosis for cancer patients. You seem to stick to the rules of the competition as well as a great message of understanding for people in this position. Best of luck to you in the contest.



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