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In love
By heidy on 06/24/2011
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Written by goodtobe58  (6/25/2011 11:36:43 PM)

I recommend that you break down this writing into stanzas. It is beteer for the poem and for the reading of it.

As it is now, one is not sure where the break is, or where to pause or how this should be read. Of course, no one could read, at least no human I knwo, this from start to finish without a stop.

Another thiing, the diction here is full of overused expressions or ways of saying things. Try to make the language a bit fresher. Remmeber love poetry is not easy to write well, for it is been done to death.

By the way, I have a book of poem out. If you like a copy, go to Amamzon.com and type Luis Estable, and you will see

The best to you and take care!


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Written by Red Roses and Wine  (7/11/2011 8:27:13 AM)

This is just a general reminder directed to all members alike. Please DO NOT FORGET TO REVIEW BEFORE POST.

It is customary and mandated that all members review two poems before posting their work.


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PLEASE BE PROACTIVE WITH YOUR REVIWS as we will be proactive in the enforcement of this rule.

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