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Rated: E · Folder · Other · #1075391
A place for poems waiting for their tenth review!
At WDC we all receive these wonderful reviews! Unfortunately, they can be good, bad and occasionally even ugly. Many are helpful. By the time a poem has received it's tenth review, however, it becomes apparent whether it should be kept (or burnt).

The statistics here don't show up until the 10th rating either and that is helpful in determining audience.

Since I am eclectic in my writing and interests, the audience for a particular poem may be very specific and who-likes-it/who-doesn't a helpful tool to decide where the poem needs to go.

So heaps of thanks to those who are kind enough to review these sketches.
Portfolio -> Old Poems needing reviews!
    Rated: 13+ · Contest · #1173764
    Who stole the V.P.'s cheese? A limerick for Bush-Cheney from the computer mouse's mouth.
    Rated: 13+ · Contest · #1163067
    Chromatella tells the story of rising from the muck
    Rated: 18+ · Contest · #1137520
    A compost heap and the emotion of ... well love well placed or misplaced. You decide.
    Rated: 13+ · Contest · #1125842
    Goat cheese and the expectation of goat cheese, whether feta or gjetost.
    Rated: 18+ · Emotional · #1125320
    A prose-poem letter in the style of R. Hugo.
    Rated: ASR · Nature · #1105610
    Based on prompts from Forever in Blue Jeans in Greece.
    Rated: ASR · Nature · #1099221
    A ghazal-like set of couplets written to a prompt of an anagram of 'petal'.
    Rated: E · Nature · #1090632
    Our words last long after our last breath. We each become the other.
    Rated: E · Friendship · #1088372
    A prose poem written while wondering around one fine Spring morning
    Rated: ASR · Emotional · #1088005
    Our lies may remain forever as fossils but they are not the flesh of our souls
    Rated: ASR · Nature · #1086958
    For in the beginning we knew not the end of things ... a response to a prompt of 8 words.
    Rated: ASR · Food/Cooking · #1051437
    Lapsang souchong is an acquired taste to say the least! Nice change though.
    Rated: 18+ · Regional · #1045820
    A description of the Kansas University campanile (belltower) not likely to be published.
    Rated: 13+ · Personal · #1044973
    A tad bit on the angry side. 'I’m ready to walk all over you.'
    Rated: E · Nature · #1044866
    Four verses describing a scene through the seasons.
    Rated: 13+ · Home/Garden · #1044855
    When ya gotta go ... A bit of humor!
    Rated: ASR · Travel · #1044853
    Jeju-do is a beautiful island off Korea. Why go to New York? or Kansas?
    Rated: ASR · Regional · #1044299
    En français. Please review if you speak or read French.
    Rated: ASR · Regional · #1044295
    Hot dogs with chili, mustard and onions are a Motor Town tradition.
    Rated: ASR · Regional · #1044290
    Based on the sculpture of Joe Lewis' fist and other images of Detroit.
    Rated: ASR · Nature · #1044282
    A youth paints from an overlook without his glasses. What does he see?
    Rated: 18+ · Erotica · #1044280
    Overtones with images not for children. There are cellos and there are cello players!
    Rated: E · Other · #1044267
    A lonely book on a forgotten bookshelf speaks to us.
    Rated: E · Nature · #1044264
    A note of thanks to the Creator and to my cousin in Bonanza, Arkansas.
    Rated: 13+ · Travel · #1044247
    Written while driving near Muscogee, Oklahoma. Somewhat philosophical.
    Rated: ASR · Contest · #1040352
    A pleiades with 'æ' and 'ay' sounds. The day before May Day.
    Rated: ASR · Contest · #1040341
    A pleiades that uses the alliteration of 'w' and 'wh' to have fun.
    Rated: ASR · Inspirational · #1039203
    poem about 'Abdu'l-Bahá (1844-1921), who kept giving his coats away.
    Rated: ASR · Nature · #1036657
    I remember the day in 10th grade when it blew out a transformer on my street.
    Rated: 13+ · Contest · #1036591
    Flash fiction on what winter does or doesn't smell like.
    Rated: 18+ · Food/Cooking · #1036272
    Liver and onions or ... anyone?
    Rated: ASR · Nature · #1035417
    What the willow sang. A terzanelle.
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