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I Was Married to the Devil.
By Margie on 07/24/2008
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Very Good! 


Written by XxHolly_BooXx  (7/25/2008 10:48:45 AM)

I thought that was very good! You made the subject and conflict very clear, so you didnt have to take forever to think about what you were reading. I liked all the "Inturnally I was beaten down, then put upon display,
This was the twisted nature of the evil game he played.
Provoked and manipulated, made me out to be a freak,
Then lined up all he could to come and take a peak." because you could clearly tell what was going on. Very nice... Write more! <3

I was married to the devil 


Written by Buddy  (7/26/2008 4:51:24 PM)

Hi Margie! I liked this poem a lot. It flowed well, the rhyme was great and you got to the point on time. In fact, I read all of the poems you have posted here and I like all of them. You are a pretty good poet and I think you write from the heart and your work is probably from some life experience. Great job at survival! Thanks for reading and commenting on my effort 'Fleeting Years' and I hope that you enjoy my other efforts as well. Keep writing! :) Don.

 


Written by rachelle1165  (7/29/2008 6:12:49 AM)


wow 

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Written by qt__pi  (8/6/2008 6:34:08 AM)

awesome, tallented


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