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Betty Sue Was a Wild Child

She was wild and loose as a goose.

19 total reviews 
Comment from Boogienights
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I really love this..I wish I was a wild child when younger. Too late now that I'm older but what fun it would have been! This is a great entry for the contest, the best I've read so far. Good luck in the contest. :)

 Comment Written 26-Jan-2019


reply by the author on 27-Jan-2019
    Boogienights thank you so much for these lovely stars and your support and wishing me Good Luck in contest and in life.
Comment from Anntonette
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I love the colors of the words way better this time than before. The image is very vivid and colorful.
Infrared is amazing art.
A nice rhythmic rhyme.
- Anntonette J

 Comment Written 26-Jan-2019


reply by the author on 26-Jan-2019
    Hi It's cool but why did you read my poem twice? lolol liberty justice
Comment from Ulla
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Hi there, this is a wonderful poem with a story told within. She definitely sounds like she was a party animal the good Bette Sue. I just hope it didn't become her downfall.
Then again such is youth. Great entry for the contest. A very well written poem. Good luck. All best. Ulla:)))

 Comment Written 26-Jan-2019


reply by the author on 26-Jan-2019
    Thanks, dear poet, for those lovely bright stars and your sympathetic or empathetic review comments. Thanks for wishing me good luck in the contest. No Bette Sue grew out of her wild child ways and went to college got a career.
Comment from C. Gale Burnett
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I loved this!
-Perfect title introducing the subject of the poem
-poem was very entertaining
-you made this reader feel like she personally knew Betty Sue; you were so descriptive in your words
-Loved the artwork you chose
-excellent rhyme
I would only suggest one thing ... because this is a GREAT poem, you may want to change the font color to something (perhaps black) that is easy to read. The red color is difficult against the green background. This is only a suggestion, definitely not a criticism :) Awesome poem! Totally entertaining.
Love & hugs,
Gale

 Comment Written 26-Jan-2019


reply by the author on 26-Jan-2019
    Thanks, dear poet, for those lovely bright stars and your sympathetic or empathetic review comments. Thanks for wishing me good luck in the contest. No Bette Sue grew out of her wild child ways and went to college got a career.
Comment from kennem45
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I like the story but I can't say I've met a woman like her. Sometimes the rhythm trips a bit as in "Made them (all) want her body for their beds" I haven't met one like her but I'd like to.

 Comment Written 26-Jan-2019


reply by the author on 26-Jan-2019
    Thanks Kennem45 for lovely 6 stars. You made me chuckle with your review.Thanks, dear poet, for those lovely bright stars and your sympathetic or empathetic review comments. Thanks for wishing me good luck in the contest. No Bette Sue grew out of her wild child ways and went to college got a career.
Comment from Alcreator Litt Dear
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Wild is in not adjustable, quite natural, everyone tries, but one's nature is like habit, so is the failure, so it is not easy enough to keep up with wild child's pace; well said, well done. Keep Writing Inspire Changing -- DR ALCREATOR

 Comment Written 26-Jan-2019


reply by the author on 26-Jan-2019
    Thanks, dear poet, for those lovely bright stars and your sympathetic or empathetic review comments. Thanks for wishing me good luck in the contest. No Bette Sue grew out of her wild child ways and went to college got a career.
Comment from Dolly'sPoems
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'When she was dipped?' Does that mean she was drunk? Not heard that expression before? I enjoyed the sentiments here of a party girl on the town, good luck with the contest, love Dolly x

 Comment Written 26-Jan-2019


reply by the author on 26-Jan-2019
    As in dancing, the male dancer tilts the lady dancer towards the floor, but he dropped her on her butt. ha ha ha
    Thanks, dear poet, for those lovely bright stars and your sympathetic or empathetic review comments. Thanks for wishing me good luck in the contest. No Bette Sue grew out of her wild child ways and went to college got a career.
Comment from Christine C Autry
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I truly enjoyed ready this. It made me chuckle. I liked how well it rhymed. Thank you for this fun poem. It was a joy to read. Keep up the good work. I appreciate it.

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 Comment Written 25-Jan-2019


reply by the author on 26-Jan-2019
    Thanks, dear poet, for those lovely bright stars and your sympathetic or empathetic review comments. Thanks for wishing me good luck in the contest. No Bette Sue grew out of her wild child ways and went to college got a career.
reply by Christine C Autry on 26-Jan-2019
    You are Welcome.
Comment from kahpot
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Yes, I think we could all relate to this character, the sort of person everyone liked but also looked after as a friend.
the color of the words in this background makes it fairly hard to read, thus interrupting the flow, well done and best wishes for your contest****kahpot

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 Comment Written 25-Jan-2019


reply by the author on 26-Jan-2019
    Thanks, dear poet, for those lovely bright stars and your sympathetic or empathetic review comments.