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By jewel on 02/07/2005
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Three picures and a Fourth 

Written by A. K. Williams  (1/19/2007 8:50:25 AM)

In the first three stanzas there was a picture painted before each feeling but the picture also represented a feeling, I liked that. The second stanza, it was in the center of the description of the picture, but it still was in tune with the others. The forth stanza I felt abandoned. Ashamed? After everything else I had read, ashamed just seemed to easy. I would like to know how ashamed ties in with the night. Ashamed,the word alone just sounds lonely here, it needs another adjective or noun to play with. With a poem as good as this one, I feel like the last stanza should be a "kicker." It should be as good or better, better preferably, than the rest. So, that when someone has read it, they walk away with a satisfied feeling. Like eating a meal, the good food (the poem) that is either easy or hard to digest, depending on whether they are able to absorb it because they can relate in some way, or for others the content may introduce new concepts that may be "hard to digest".


Written by Dreamergirl  (3/11/2009 12:01:57 PM)

I really like the mood and tone of this poem and the imagery is incredible! I especially like the line "a shadow makes for company..." Awesome work!


Written by joannie  (3/17/2009 1:17:35 PM)

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