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Reilley

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Ditched

2010-07-13
Ephemeral and touching.


Unclean

2010-07-13
Been a long time since I was here, and this is the first piece I found.

Wow. loved it. Great imagery, really evocative.


Letter to the Landlord

2009-04-08
LOL, you crack me up!


Day of the Dead

2009-03-11
This was wonderfully revealing.


Norse Winds

2009-03-03
Great metaphor, nicely displayed.

Cool.


A Real, Clean Limerick

2009-03-02
Excellent post! Very nicely done, and I love the way you worked from one limerick to the next. Exceptional job.


In the hemispheres of brain

2009-03-02
Wonderful piece, very evocative.

I like what you did with the subject matter.


I Don't Give A Damn, But I'm Warning You Anyways

2009-03-02
Full of raw emotion, very evocative, I could feel your heat in every line.

Damned fine piece.


Letting the Seuss Loose!

2009-03-02
A tremendously fun ode to a tremendously fun writer.

A tidbit of trivia for you Suess fans: did you know he pronounced the name to rhyme with 'voice', not 'noose'?

I know, I know, everyone else says it that way, and that is the way we all learned it.

Does not change the fact that this poem rocked. ;-)


In year two thousand and nine

2009-03-02
A terrific piece. I agree with the sentiment, but it was also well written and flowed beautifully.


The Birthday Party Weekend

2009-02-27
Woops, I meant four YEARS, lol, thanks for the catch! ;-)


Liar Liar!

2009-02-27
So you know my ex-wife, then?

Seriously, this is terrific. It always amazes me how some folks can spin the thickest bullshit and assume that nobody around them has a sense of smell.

Very cool piece.


Androcles and the Lion (PC)

2009-02-27
This perfect!

Exactly the sort of modern twist I had envisioned. Oh, this is really quite good.

Thanks so much for playing!


Chivalry: A Tribute to Poe

2009-02-26
Brava! A fitting tribute to Edgar Allen, and a fine poem all by itself.


roses are born from the dirt

2009-02-26
Wonderful. A perceptive look at the Janus of relationships. ;-)


Off course

2009-02-26
This was a terrific meditation on love, and the power of belief.

Loved it!


Ten Minutes

2009-02-26
Very evocative piece, poetic prose.

Keep it up!


The Masks

2009-02-25
I loved this. I collect masks, and have often felt this exact way.


Lost Souls

2009-02-25
This was wonderful, full of great phrase turns and imagery.

I especially loved the shroud of Turin on her pillowcase. ;-)


Everything seems the same but yet should be diffrent

2009-02-25
The voice in this piece seems lost, just as you would expect someone in this situation to be.

Cool.


YOUR PASSION

2009-02-25
Beautiful in its simplicity.


Waiter! There's a Typo in my Soup!

2009-02-24
This was terrific, sort of Shel Silverstein meets the Galloping Gourmet! ;-)


My Little Daisy

2009-02-24
Very sweet!


Tears of the Heart

2009-02-24
I think you meant 'heart' crying in the first line, but honestly, I think the poem would also work quite well with 'heat' instead.


Indigo Sheets

2009-02-24
I liked the way you compare and contrast two lovers, without giving either one the edge. ;-)


Splendid richness of the soul

2009-02-24
I enjoyed this a great deal, the emotional sense it conveyed, and the flow of the words.