|Member Comments on this Poem|
|Posted by Don Coffman on 09/04/03 at 09:33 PM|
Fascinating imagery with a flow and pace that's superb. To repeat the previous comments: lovely, definitely a good description.
|Posted by Christel Crews on 09/07/03 at 06:03 PM|
this is beautiful and it has an amazing flow to it. i was easily lost in the imagery. great piece
|Posted by Sarah Brookes on 09/07/03 at 07:18 PM|
I'm pinning this on my wall. Just thought you would like to know, though it doesn't suffice. I adore you and your wordery.
|Posted by Indigo Tempesta on 09/07/03 at 09:41 PM|
beautiful. i, too, may put this upon the wall of my little room, to sing to whatever tune i can come up with. :) thank you.
|Posted by Beth K Hannah on 09/08/03 at 01:25 AM|
lovely...such a fantastic beauty to it.
|Posted by Teri T Lahmon on 09/09/03 at 12:54 PM|
you have a subtle and skillful way of drawing your readers into the experience you're writing about, I admire it. As previously said very lovely and lyrical poem, I love the rhythm of it. It had a kind of "trapped" undertone to it, but I thought that may have just been me projecting some of my own issues on it :-). Thanks for sharing. ~T
|Posted by JD Clay on 09/26/03 at 12:11 PM|
Your pearlescent poem definitely presents a rainbow of expressions by leaving the reader open to interpretation, then allowing them to draw their own conclusion from those oil black iridescent eyes, while the offset structure sets a tone of opposing views or perhaps a split personality. Altogether, a very subjective Poem of the Day, malachi. Congratulations!
|Posted by Michele Schottelkorb on 09/26/03 at 01:55 PM|
this is truly amazing... the flow is perfect, the images are vivid... almost like a song... it is dark and beautiful... blessings...
|Posted by Amanda L Marron on 09/26/03 at 04:59 PM|
very lyrical with beautiful imagery. if u ever make it a song, i want the mp3
|Posted by Chris Sorrenti on 09/26/03 at 06:04 PM|
Bewitching read Richard. Quite lyrical. Congrats on POTD!
|Posted by Jason Wardell on 09/27/03 at 05:31 AM|
a marvelous read, it's almost over too quickly. i blame the flow for this, you should be ashamed! ;) congrats on POTD for the next 30 minutes mountain standard time.
|Posted by Amanda L Marron on 09/07/04 at 08:34 PM|
mmmmmm.......you gotta make some of these actual recordings so i can hear them. and play them over and over and over again.