This needs a little work in my opinion. There are definitely some capitalization errors to be fixed for starters. Next, the poem is a bit too short to properly express the concept and emotions that you are trying to convey. I do think you have a good start, it just needs some refining.
Hmm. This was an interesting read. I understand the concept itself as far as knowing when to step up or down and who to go to for help, but I don't get the context. At the beginning you talked about "the process". What is this process? It needs some clarification.
Oh wow! This acrostic poem is so very much the best and is just absolutely awesome! I love your idea with the aliens as not being petty by sharing technology rather than competing to have the best. The fact that this was done as an acrostic is impressive. Why can't we be more like that?!
This was not only an interesting read, but a very interesting way of putting things. For the typical reader, it's a pretty high levels worth of reading. That said, I completely understood it and agree wholeheartedly. What's so hard about loving your neighbor as Mr. Rogers showed?
This was an interesting read. Was this a true story? If it is, I hope the part about the lost kitten was made up. I liked how you played off the expression in the last line. The scene with the towel was rather cute as well as the idea of the transformer toys guarding the money. Not an excellent story, but pretty decent.
This was a very interesting read. I would rate it higher, but many spelling errors are scattered throughout. However, I did love your words of wisdom! I also enjoyed how you formatted it and used different colors as well. Are you still adding to this?
Ok. I got to ask. Why are these passkey protected if you will give said key to anyone who emails you asking for it. I mean, why bother in the first place? Also, the folder name isn't anything to do with what resides inside. It should be renamed to "Manhattan Poems" or perhaps just "Poems".
This was indeed a gruesome story, but one that should be shared to spread awareness. This is exactly the kind of thing that can cause real disasters by those two young to know. No one is at fault and hardly anything could have been done to prevent it. That's why there is no substitute to personally keeping an eye on those of this age and certainly why it's not a great idea to let them play with your phone.
To be perfectly honest, this prose was a mess. While there are no spelling or grammatical errors, the entire thing needs to be overhauled. Other than something along the lines of business, I can't tell what it is that you are talking about. The entire concept is lost.
This was an interesting read. I sort of enjoyed the nonsense of the poem, but there were many parts that I couldn't get. For example, what's the part with the boop about? Also, the ending was rather a mess and I could not make heads or tails out of it.
This was really good! It was also really sweet! I liked that you covered all three scenarios (love not met, love lost, and love kept). However, the rhyming was a little off, which I found unusual for you, after reading and reviewing many of your works.
I enjoyed reading this very much. It reminded me of Texas during March 2021. I also had a most wonderful black lab named Duke so I know how great they are to have. The difference is he hates getting his paws wet in the dewy grass! I loved the ending! They do make a wonderful warm blanket or pillow.
Wow! This was definitely an intriguing and interesting read! I was a bit lost in some areas, but I thought others were cleverly done. For example, you had inserted some of the paintings into your prose in a sly and subtle way. The end, however, really threw me.
This was definitely an interesting read. However, I found it full of confusing things. The prompt, "hate is another form of love" is seemingly contradictory. Also, what can't relate? And how does blueberry pancakes fit in this? Some clarification would help.
Simply amazing. I do not know where to begin. The poem is full of love, romance, tragedy, & war. The words are true and the rhymes are more than adequate. It's long, but keeps your interest very nicely. I especially loved the twist with the watch at the end!
This was really short and I don't see the correlation to the other Rigel story. I must assume that there will be a tie in later on. I also hope that you will still continue to write more of the Rigel series. I must say that it did grab me from the start and the end makes me huger for more.
This was a very interesting read. It is pretty good, but you need to edit that last sentence. Something is off there. Perhaps you ran a couple of sentences together? The story itself was rather intriguing. I look forward to more and I mean other than the character list and second Rigel story.
Wow! This was so very interesting! The detail you put into this was amazing and it was both very thoughtful as well as a nice touch to ad a picture. I really, truly felt like I was there. Great work! I'm thoroughly impressed. Have you done such descriptions of other famous locations?
I found this poem a little lax in grammar and word choice. I feel that the poem's structure and rhyming could have been better. That said, I thought the topic choice was both fun and silly. It got me thinking about the movie "There's a Zebra in the Kitchen."
This was an interesting story. There have been some great leaders in history such as Frederick II. I have long been a believer in equality for women and others so I enjoyed this story. I liked the fact that a lot of it was factually historical in nature.
This was definitely an interesting read. While I understand the statements are intentional, they don't make any logical sense. For example, saying that a flower was never alive if it hasn't died yet isn't a legitimate statement. A dead flower WAS alive, but obviously no longer alive. Death happens AFTER life so by the time it's applicable the question of it being alive is moot. On the other hand I take things literally so I'm likely missing the point.
This was an interesting item. That said, it was all over the place and I had no idea what anything meant. It felt like a lot of gibberish to me. For example, what is Pollik? There also seems to be no form for the item. I am sorry that I couldn't understand it.
This was an interesting story, but I am wondering what it was the parents were talking about. The ending was pretty good, but it wasn't one that really felt like an ending. Also, how is it the boy could understand the mice? Is the boy a Dr. Doolittle or do the mice speak human?
Oh man. I'm hooked! This story grabs your attention and won't let go, if you'll pardon the play on your own words. This is indeed frightening, but not because of a character, event, or concept. Instead you use the unknown which is much more frightening.
This was definitely the best item that I have reviewed in quite some time. It was captivating, funny, & it was even done all in rhyme! I found it to be a moving tribute to what was a very special and true storyteller. I wish I could hear him tell his tales.