|21 Mar 2009|| Lost Elf|
I have to say, I learned quite a bit from reading your poetry. You’re so very good with rhyme and rythm.
And with such powerful images in your poems, they haunt my mind for quite a few days.
|11 Jul 2009|| Raymond W Schlitzkus|Ok, first I have to say that I love your Voice. Your works flow effortlessly to their conclusion regardless the differing styles and concepts. It is a real treat to watch your stories and poems in the mind’s eye, uncluttered by the actual reading of it.
Thank you for sharing your work!
|30 Dec 2009|| Hillary Kent|
I simply love your poetry, especially "The Bard to His Love, at Length." It had me falling out of my chair laughing. I also liked "The Worst Story Ever." Fortunately though, I actually do NOT believe its the worst story ever. It happens to be hilarious.
|13 Apr 2010|| Mona Marie Germain|
hi, I want to thank you for article on Poetry in FARP. It reminded me of all the basics that hover in the edges of my memory. I haven’t written structured poetry for a while as I do stream of consciousness or free style so reading you article was helpful. It will be too when I comment on others as I can identify when something is off! I do love poetry! Very well written, organized and fulll of practical applications.
|28 Oct 2010|| Kenton Trocinski|
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|24 Nov 2010|| Harriett L Randall|
Hey another poet. I love your poems, especially "Marlin." It’s very hard to do rhyme and pull it off; and you do. I’m more free lance. Swing by and check out my Sestina and Dream poem.
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|8 Feb 2013|| Anon.|
The descriptions of the forms are simple and well-worded and some of the examples are also just good poems. My hat is off to your impressive undertaking. Thank you.