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Review Style
My reviewing style varies. I may do a little edit if possible or pinpoint what I think is incorrect. My review is merely base on what I feel about your piece. If I enjoy it, I say it. If not, I tell you why I'm not. I often do reviews on all Poetry Items- regardless of the genres, styles and the way it was written. However if you like, you can request a short story, chapter not the entire book or novel, articles and essays, etc. 2023 Quill Nominee
I'm good at...
Titles. You may ask for a better catchy titles for your piece. Rhyming for most poetry. I'll be reading your piece aloud and hear if consistent rhyming takes place. Emotions. I'm greatly affected on the emotions your piece may reveal.
Favorite Genres
All but Nature, Love/Romance, Dark/Horror and Inspirational are on top of my list.
Favorite Item Types
Poetry, Short Story, Articles and Essays. Blogs also.
I will not review...
The entire book or novel. Don't have more time to read. Maybe soon.
Public Reviews
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Review of summertime blues  
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Rated: E | (4.5)


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The views and opinions on this review are mainly the things discovered by GERVIC πŸ‰ WDC Dragon Vale and therefore, do not reflect necessarily to the group, activity and/or event being affiliated herein. This is only the opinion and suggestions of the reviewer and it is still up to the author of this piece to consider this review as a corrective action or otherwise.



Greetings JCosmos !

This review is to return the favor for reviewing my poem entitled "Long-held Dream". Thank you for that review anf for the rating. Without much a do, here are my thoughts about this poem after delving deeper into its content:

Positives


Vivid Sensory Details: Your choice of words immediately draws the reader into the stifling atmosphere you're portraying. "Hot", "humid", and "burning" attack the sense of touch, while comparing Korea to a "sauna" cleverly conveys the suffocating effect of combined heat and moisture.

Universal Relatability: Most people have experienced uncomfortable summer heat at some point. This makes your poem relatable, giving your readers an immediate point of connection with the described situation.

Conversational Tone: There's a casual, almost conversational flow to your poem, as if the speaker is venting their frustration about the weather. This natural tone enhances the relatability and creates a sense of intimacy with the reader.


Potential for Expansion


Metaphor and Simile: To make your descriptions even more striking, consider adding a metaphor or simile. For example, you could compare the feeling of stepping outdoors to entering a furnace, or liken sweat to a relentless waterfall.

Internal Impact: Beyond the physical effects of heat, explore the inner turmoil it can cause. Feelings like irritability, restlessness, or a sense of being trapped could add a new layer of depth to the poem.

Contrast: Introduce a touch of contrast to highlight the intensity of the heat. Include a line about the allure of an air-conditioned room, the fleeting coolness of a drink, or the memory of a refreshing breeze – all to be quickly swallowed by the oppressive reality of the heatwave.


Additional Thoughts


Title: "Summertime Blues" is a classic title, fitting but also very broad. To give your poem a more unique spin, consider a title that highlights your specific focus within the theme of summer heat.


Final Thought:


Although the poem is brief, you painted images into my mind and this what makes the poem stand out. It's very relatable the fact that I live in a tropical country. I enjoyed reading this and I thank you for sharing this to us. Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Rated: E | (5.0)


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Greetings StellaAmbrose !

This review is to return the favor of reviewing my poem entitled "Forgotten Letter". Thank you so much for that review and for the rating. Without much a do, here are things I discovered after delving deeper to your poem's content:

Technical Positives:


Villanelle Form: You've executed the villanelle form well. The repetition of the refrains ("past memories kept her weak" and "the world so heavy she couldn't speak") creates a haunting, cyclical feeling that beautifully emphasizes the poem's themes.

Strong Imagery: Your imagery is powerful and evocative. "Shattered, delicate glass," "ghosts of her past," "disintegrated to the core", and "washing up on shore" all paint a vivid picture of both fragility and a struggle to survive.


Thematic Positives:


Exploration of Trauma: Your poem addresses the devastating impact of past trauma and how it can linger, weakening and isolating a person. This is a universal and important theme.

Vulnerability: There's an honesty and vulnerability to the poem that makes it resonate. The portrayal of a broken individual feels raw and relatable.
Emotional Impact

Empathy: The speaker's struggle is written in a way that evokes a strong sense of empathy in the reader. We feel the weight of the pain described.

Search for Hope: While focused on brokenness, the "respite from darkness" line introduces a glimmer of hope. This hints at a potential for healing and strength, which can be a comforting element amidst the pain.


Overall:


This is a great poem worth reading. A simple poem yet bears a very deep meaning. This is worth reading and I was enjoying my read. Thank you so much for sharing this to us. Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Rated: 13+ | (4.0)


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Greetings user:troyizen}!

This review is to return the favor of reviewing my item entitled "Whispers of the Winged Seers". Thank you so much for that review and rating! Without further a do, here are the things I noticed after reading the poem. The poem doesn't shy away from stark, sometimes gruesome language. Lines like "Head crushed, blunt upheaval" and "tones of moaning" create a jarring, unsettling atmosphere. This evocative use of words could be powerful for readers who appreciate a visceral impact from their reading experiences.

This poem's cyclical nature is intriguing. It begins and ends with the same two lines, suggesting a nightmarish loop where the speaker is trapped. The appearance of a mysterious green door adds a sense of the supernatural or dreamlike to the poem, enhancing the feeling that this is not simple reality. You avoid straightforward explanations. It hints at violence, possible abuse, and a sinister outcome, but leaves the reader to piece together the fragments. This openness to interpretation might be compelling to readers who enjoy the challenge of unraveling a piece of writing to discover its deeper meaning and potential symbolism.

While the content is undeniably disturbing, the poem demonstrates strong writing. The poet manipulates sound and rhythm with lines like "Steps jabber, under weight/shoes floating, levitate". This technical control, even when crafting such dark material, shows an authorial awareness that might be appreciated by specific readers.

Important Considerations

Triggering Content: It's essential to reiterate that the poem's focus on graphic violence and implied abuse could be intensely upsetting for many readers. Sensitivity is crucial here.

Lack of Resolution: The cyclical nature suggests there's no escape or closure for the speaker. This could feel more like unrelenting despair than artistic ambiguity to some readers.


In conclusion, while the poem's difficult themes mean it's unlikely to be a traditionally positive reading experience, specific readers might still value its craftsmanship. Still, this is a good poem brimming with potential. Thank you so much for sharing this! Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Rated: E | (5.0)


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Greetings StellaAmbrose !

The three stanzas each have a clear focus that mimics the process the poem describes. Stanza one is about the death of the old self, stanza two dwells on the transitionary pain, and stanza three focuses on the future. This structure creates a sense of internal journey.

The words "succumb", "last breath", and "passing" evoke a sense of finality, emphasizing that we cannot avoid letting go of who we once were. This makes the poem's message of hope even more impactful – it's hope born out of necessity.

Beginning sentences with "Oh" is more typical of spoken lamentation than written poetry. It feels immediate, emotional, and almost primal. This adds to the sense of honest vulnerability in facing change.

Overall Effect

The poem is deceptively simple. It's easy to understand, but it offers a profound perspective on a universal experience. The positives you initially identified are so impactful because they are wrapped in this accessible yet emotionally potent package.

The poem, in a way, comforts by acknowledging a difficult truth: change requires a kind of death of our former selves. Yet, it also manages to find beauty in this, making the process feel less frightening and instead highlighting our innate ability to transform.

This is indeed a thought-provoking piece worth reading. I enjoyed reading this and I thank you for sharing this to us! Let your creativity flows and continue to inspire everyone with your excellent masterpieces. Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Review of NATURE  
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Rated: E | (4.5)


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Greetings Naomi !

This review is to return the favor of reviewing my poem entitled "Bamboo". Thank you so much for that review and rating!

Delving deeper into the content, here are the things I noticed:

The poem's focus on being brought to a standstill by nature's beauty subtly encourages a similar response in the reader. It's a reminder to pause and take notice of the often-overlooked wonders around us. This makes the poem feel like a meditative experience in its own right. Your poem suggests that nature serves as a bridge to a deeper spiritual understanding. This is a universal concept found across many cultures and belief systems, making your poem widely resonant with readers of various backgrounds.

The simple act of witnessing beauty inspires something profound within the speaker of the poem. This speaks to the idea that beauty itself is a force for good, capable of improving not only our outlook but our way of being in the world.

Pushing Beyond the Expected:
[Below are my suggestions for Improvement. Feel free to take them if you find it useful or discard if you find it otherwise.]


The Element of Surprise: Nature has a way of providing unexpected, delightful moments. Does a butterfly land on your hand as you admire flowers? Does a sudden rainbow appear after a storm? A touch of the whimsical can add magic to the ordinary.

Personification: Giving natural elements a hint of human-like qualities can create a sense of playful connection. Perhaps the wind whispers secrets, or a tree stands like a wise, old guardian. Use cautiously, but it can add charm.

Structure as Meaning: Consider whether your line breaks and the shape of your poem on the page could reflect your themes. Short lines might mirror a sense of being awestruck, while flowing stanzas could represent the interconnectedness of nature and spirit.


Overall, this is a good poem about Mother Nature. I'm glad you shared this to us. Continue to write more and inspire everyone around. Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Review of Whistler  
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Rated: ASR | (4.5)


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Greetings Khola Mousethyme !

This review is to return the favor of reviewing my poem entitled "Embracing the Dark". Thank you so much for that review and rating. I had read this poem already since you had this submitted to "WDC Dragon Vale and I think it's time to give this with a proper review.

Delving deeper into the contents, here are the things I noticed:

The idea of befriending a dragon hatched from a surprising egg is instantly captivating. It taps into a universal desire for extraordinary companionship and a world where the fantastical is possible. We all want that magical friend! The way the poem emphasizes sound is quite clever. It makes Whistler feel alive even before we fully "see" her. This focus on a single sensory detail is an effective way to build a character within a short poem.

While not explicitly stated, the poem hints at a sense of belonging and acceptance found in an unexpected place. The speaker seems surprised by the egg and how things develop - this could symbolize feeling different and finding joyful connection where you least expect it.

Taking It Further (New Ideas):

Contrast: Think about the contrast between a mighty dragon and the gentle sounds she makes. This could lead to some interesting lines about appearances being deceiving or the power of kindness.

Symbolism: Dragons often appear in mythology. Researching some dragon lore might spark new directions for your poem. Could Whistler represent overcoming a challenge, or symbolize bravery?

A Touch of Humor: Dragons can be clumsy, especially when just learning to fly! Adding a funny moment where Whistler knocks something over or accidentally sets a tiny fire with her breath would lighten the mood and bring added charm.


Ultimately, this is a beautiful poem about your imaginary dragon pet Whistler. Thank you for taking part in the Dragon Vale activity and I'm more than glad that you shared this story of your dragon friend. This is indeed enjoyable. Keep your creative juices flowing and Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Review of I Want You 2  
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Rated: E | (4.0)


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Greetings Kevster !

I am currently navigating through the Read and Review section of this site and your poem appeared. I enjoyed reading your poem and thought of leaving you with a review. Delving deeper into the content, here are the things I noticed:

Emotion as a Lens: The speaker's emotional state colors even their perception of nature. Normally, "yellow leaves" and "green fawn" are neutral. Here, they subtly suggest a sense of decay and a wistfulness for innocent youth. Could the poem intensify this by having the speaker focus on a dying flower, or the pond rippling with a sense of menace despite the sunny day?

Imagery as Symbolism: The poem already has powerful images, but you could transform into recurring motifs with deeper significance:

Fauna: The daughter's eyes are compared to fauna – wild, untamable. Does this mean love is always elusive for the speaker? Could references to birds (freedom) or insects (insignificance) enhance this theme?

Pinned: This final word is incredibly potent. Could it be foreshadowed earlier? Maybe the speaker feels trapped between the "storm" and the peaceful landscape. Images of snares, nets, anchors – anything confining – would build towards this feeling of powerlessness.

Ways to Deepen the Poem:

Character Through Voice: Right now, the speaker feels universal. Small details could make them more unique. Is their longing tinged with regret ("Was that too much to ask for?") which hints at past mistakes? Or is there defiance, implying that they've been wronged by the world. This adjustment wouldn't require adding many words, just subtly altering the tone of existing lines.

The Unanswered Question: By leaving the final question open-ended, the poem invites the reader to participate in the speaker's struggle. However, a small coda suggesting the speaker's choice, however tentative, would add a new layer. Do they retreat into resignation, or make one last defiant gesture, even if its meaning is unclear?

Let me emphasize - "I Want You 2" is already a strong poem. These suggestions are not about fixing it, but about finding even more ways to uncover the complex emotions and worldview hinted at within the speaker's voice. Overall, this is a good poem with great potential. Thank you for sharing this. Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Review of Silent Witness  
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Rated: 13+ | (5.0)
Greetings πŸŒ• HuntersMoon !

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I am navigating through the Read and Review section of this site and your poem appeared. Being one of the great poets I looked up to here, how could I not read your offering? Plus the title "Silent Witness" alone dragged me to delve deeper to your poem's content.

After reading it, here are the things I found out:

Evocative Language

Word Choice: You make potent use of visceral words to evoke a chilling atmosphere. Beyond just "death", we have "harbingers", "necrotic minions", and "bleeding". These choices add a layer of unsettling horror to the simple actions of preparing a grave.

Personification: The earth "opens like a raw wound" and "lies about the darkness waiting". This animates the landscape, drawing parallels between physical wounds and the emotional trauma of the scene.


Unsettling Contrasts

Juxtaposition as Conflict: The poem thrives on juxtaposition. The "tender shoots" of new life are violently crushed. The beauty of the rising sun highlights, rather than softens, the gaping wound of the grave. This intentional disharmony creates a profound sense of unease for the reader.

False Serenity: The "serenity of the moment" is explicitly stated, then immediately undermined as a lie. This exposes the artifice of the funeral rituals, forcing the reader to confront the stark reality beneath them.


Sound and Rhythm

Short, Harsh Lines: Many lines are sharp and succinct, like "The ground is ripped asunder." This mirrors the brutality of the subject matter and creates a jarring, staccato reading experience.

The Power of Silence: Thematically, silence is central. The poem ends with the desire to "reclaim the silence of eternity". This final wish highlights the overwhelming noise of grief, and the longing for an impossible peace.


The Wider Context

The poem is powerful on its own but gains resonance when considering broader contexts:

Subverting Expectations: Military funerals often focus on honor and heroism. This poem instead forces us to look at the ugly reality of body disposal and the hollowness of ceremony in the face of true loss.

The Perspective of the Witness: Who is speaking in this poem? It could be a mourner, a bystander, or even a personification of the earth itself. This ambiguity makes it universally relatable while adding depth to the emotions expressed.


Overall:

As always, you never failed to amaze me with your poetic prowess. This poem is just as great and beautiful as your other works I happened to read. Thank you so much for sharing this! Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Rated: E | (5.0)
Greetings Joseph !

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Well, you got me wanting for more so here's my second review to return the favor of reviewing one of my items. Your poem Rowing Down the River is a good piece and it drew me to read more of your works. Without much a do, here are the things I noticed after reading the content:

At its core, "Yesterday's Rainbow" succeeds by highlighting the simple joys of witnessing a familiar natural beauty. Rainbows feel both special and accessible, inspiring a sense of shared human experience. Though the poem doesn't delve into it, there's room for the reader to project their own experiences onto the familiar rainbow image. This could involve childhood memories, specific moments of wonder, or personal spiritual meaning. The simplicity allows for this individualization.

The inclusion of the "pot of gold" evokes a wide range of traditional tales and myths surrounding rainbows. While the poem doesn't explicitly expand on them, this single phrase introduces an undercurrent of rich storytelling history with which the reader can engage. The repetitive structure can have a meditative quality. By returning to the rainbow's refreshing nature, it could encourage a momentary escape and an appreciation of the present.

Indeed, this is yet another beautiful poem. Thank you so much for sharing! Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Rated: E | (4.5)
Greetings Joseph !

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This review is to return the favor of reviewing my item called "Raindrops and Flannel Wrap". Thank you so much for that review and for the rating. Delving deep into the content of this poem, here are the things I noticed:

More than just imagery, the poem places the reader directly into the experience. Phrases like "your adrenaline really starts to flow" and "relax, smooth sailing" subtly shift the perspective from observer to participant. This makes the poem feel more personal. The poem's charm lies in its juxtaposition of tranquility and adrenaline. This mirrors the natural rhythm of many outdoor adventures, building anticipation and making the payoff of overcoming the "real test" feel more earned. The final line, "Nature's Finest", is simple, even bordering on cliche. Yet, after the journey the poem has taken us on, this simplicity feels honest and underscores a feeling deeper than fancy language can capture.

Beyond just rhythm, the poem uses sound to enhance its themes. The soft 'r' and 'l' sounds in "relax" and "smooth sailing" contribute to the calmness, while the harsh consonants in "rapids" and "test" emphasize the challenges.

The poem's uneven line lengths and simple AAABCDBC rhyme scheme mirror the unpredictable nature of the river itself. There's a pleasing balance between structured control and the sense of something slightly wild.

Overall, "Rowing down the River" is a strong example of how simple language and a clear focus can create a surprisingly evocative poem. Its success lies in its ability to convey the complex emotions of an adventurous experience. Although, there may be a little error for the system to generate the Writing ML tag as it was not configured properly, that doesn't affect the poem's entirety. You may just remove that Writing ML tag.

This is a nice piece and I enjoyed reading it. I'm wanting to read more of your creations. Thank you so much for sharing this! Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Rated: E | (4.0)
Greetings tj-dodging Cupid's arrows !

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This review is to return the favor of reviewing my piece called "Crabby Dash". Thank you for that review and rating. Delving deeper into the content, here are the things I found out:

The speaker focuses entirely on external factors (the wrong flowers) rather than acknowledging the far greater transgression of the initial betrayal. This lack of self-reflection limits the poem's potential depth. The woman exists only to react, primarily with violence. We have no sense of her personality or the relationship's nuances, making it difficult to invest in their conflict on a deeper level. The speaker's nonchalance about the cheating undermines whatever seriousness the final lines might attempt. This makes it difficult to understand the poem's intended tone – is it purely comedic fumbling, or does it aim (and fail) for a lament of lost love?

If the poem aims for absurdity, then its failures are actually a success. The speaker's complete cluelessness and the exaggerated reaction with the roses could be a skewed form of social commentary, exposing how shallow some relationships and apologies are. The focus on the wrong flowers could be symbolic. It represents a complete failure to understand the woman's needs on even the most basic level, emphasizing the breakdown of their connection far beyond the issue of infidelity. This poem could be a satire of the "bad boyfriend" trope. The speaker embodies every blunder possible, not just in action but in how they completely misunderstand their own culpability.

Ways to Strengthen the Poem (Depending on Desired Direction)

*BulbB* Lean into the outrageousness by adding more ridiculous details about the speaker's thought process or even escalate the woman's reaction to even more cartoonish levels.

*BulbB* Introduce hints of self-justification and further obliviousness in the speaker's language. This would sharpen the satirical edge without breaking the poem's simple surface.

*BulbB* Adding even a single line where the speaker almost grasps the gravity of their betrayal (before retreating back into flowers) would complicate the poem in an intriguing way.


For me, this is a humorous poem and I enjoyed reading it. A great piece indeed. Thank you for sharing this to us. Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Rated: 13+ | (5.0)
Greetings elizjohn !

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This review is to return the favor of reviewing my version of "Behind the Green Door". Thank you so much for the kind words and the generous rating you've given. Delving deep into the content, here are the things I noticed:

The poem constructs a narrative structure brimming with suspense. Each stanza acts like a scene in a thrilling short film, teasing the reader about what lies beyond the door. The pacing mirrors the writer's struggle as the poem begins with hesitation ("Perhaps there's nothing more..." ) and builds toward their decision. The final lines hold a note of daring.

Although the focus is on mystery, the poem touches on universal emotional truths. You struggle between curiosity, fear, and a sense of transgression is something many readers can relate to. We all hold back from pursuing the unknown out of fear, but also are sometimes gripped by an insatiable desire to discover what's hidden. The green door itself could hold symbolic value. In many cultures, green represents a doorway to a different world, growth, or new beginnings. This enhances the central question – does the discovery behind the door offer something desirable or potentially dangerous?

Through your questions and uncertainties, the poem subtly invites the reader to imagine what they might find. This active participation strengthens the engagement, placing the reader alongside the speaker facing the mysterious choice.

Ultimately, this is a very beautiful poem worth reading. A well-deserved win indeed. Congratulations. Thank you for sharing this poem to us and continue to inspire us with your beautiful words. Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Rated: ASR | (4.5)
Greetings JCosmos !

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The views and opinions on this review are mainly the things discovered by GERVIC πŸ‰ WDC Dragon Vale and thus, do not reflect necessarily to the group affiliated herein. This is only the opinion and suggestions of the said reviewer and it is still up to the author of this piece to weigh and consider to whether take this as corrective actions or not.


This review is to return the favor of reviewing my item "Feline Wrath". Thank you so much for that review and rating. Delving deep into the content, here are the things I noticed:

Your piece depicts a mother who isn't swayed by societal norms. She challenges traditional expectations, demonstrating independence of thought and a disregard for what she sees as commercialism. The mother-son relationship in the poem shows genuine communication and acceptance. There's a willingness to understand each other's stances while respecting individual choice. The son respects his mother's wishes regarding Mother's Day.

This poem suggests there's no need for a designated day to show appreciation. It highlights the importance of celebrating a mother's love and presence throughout the year rather than through gifts or a single holiday. It contains subtle bits of humor in the mother's blunt pronouncements. It paints a playful picture of a strong personality who isn't afraid to speak her mind and reject traditional sentimentality.

Ultimately, whether or not you relate to the mother's viewpoint is subjective. Her anti-consumerist stance may resonate with some while seeming overly cynical to others. While the poem has an element of lightheartedness, it also has an undercurrent of deeper emotions. It may prompt reflections on family dynamics, societal pressures, and how we show love and appreciation. Overall, you excel in using unadorned, simple language for maximum impact. This gives the mother's character a direct and powerful voice. A beautiful piece indeed and I enjoyed reading this till the end. Thank you for sharing such a gem. Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic





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Rated: E | (4.5)
Greetings Troyizen !

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This review is to return the favor of reviewing Salty Siren. Thank you for the review and rating by the way. Delving deep into the content, here are the things I noticed:

The poem uses vivid language to create a powerful scene. Words like "blood cells," "bug on the window," "yellow and green," and "kinetic-energy led" transport the reader to the moment of the accident. You implicitly explores larger themes: the inevitability of death, the fragility of life, and the sometimes callous way humans interact with nature. The deer becomes a metaphor for both natural beauty and its vulnerability in the face of human progress.

There's an interesting use of words with specific connotations. "Chimerical" for timer suggests the illusion of how precious time is, while "ersatz" highlights the artificiality of human-set deadlines. Your poem has a driving rhythm that mimics the flow of traffic and the mounting tension of an impending collision. This contributes to the emotional impact of the event.
Points of Interpretation

It's important to note that these positive elements don't erase the tragedy of the deer's death, nor do they necessarily condone the actions that led to the accident. Instead, consider these possibilities:

The poem could be seen as prompting people to reflect on the consequences of their actions, be it in driving or broader themes of how we interact with the natural world. Even in moments of tragedy and chaos, the poem suggests finding a strange sort of beauty or at least an opportunity for somber reflection.


Overall, this is a beautiful poem worth reading. Thank you for sharing this to us. Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Rated: E | (4.0)
Greetings Femalealphaspeaks !

I am navigating through the Read and Review section of this site and your piece appeared. I enjoyed reading it and thought of giving this with a review. May you'll find this review helpful and encouraging.

Delving deep into the content, here are the things I noticed:

This short excerpt communicates a bond so deep and loving that it defies conventional understandings of life and death. This focus on unconditional love offers viewers a positive reminder of human connection even when facing profound hardship.

Addressing Molly with playful nicknames ("Good Golly Great Balls of Fire Miss Molly Holly Chow Trever") hints at a vibrant personality. Even under such heavy circumstances, the speaker chooses to focus on a celebration of life rather than solely mourning its end.

It's clear the speaker wants Molly's passing to be as peaceful and gentle as possible. The words used are carefully chosen to soothe and support – a powerful statement about upholding someone's dignity right until the very end.

Although this is deeply personal, the mention of faith ("the joy of The Lord comes with the morning") highlights the role belief systems can play in providing resilience during tough times. This isn't about promoting one belief over another, but recognizing that, for some, faith can be a vital source of comfort.
The Ripple Effect of Difficult Stories

Confronting stories centered on loss often encourages re-evaluation. Readers might reassess personal priorities, leading to more intentional decisions about how to prioritize their time and nurture loved ones.

Such tales can provide a shared context for people experiencing similar emotions. Feeling heard and understood helps reduce isolation and builds meaningful connections through the shared experience of grief.

Overall, this is a good excerpt. Thank you for sharing this. Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Review of A Kiss Unjoined  
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Rated: E | (4.5)
Greetings Humble_Poet PNG !

I am currently sailing through the Read and Review section of this page and your poem appeared. I enjoyed reading it and decided to give it a review. May you'll find this review to be helpful and encouraging.

After reading your poem, here are the things that I noticed:

The poem doesn't just mention unrequited love, it validates the profound impact such love can have. Even if a specific romantic outcome isn't realized, the speaker recognizes love's power to transform the individual and shape their experience of the world.

The focus isn't on "winning" a loved one's affections, but on the love itself as a transformative force. It portrays a type of love that isn't transactional, but exists almost as its own self-perpetuating entity within the lover.

The poem suggests that emotional experiences are significant in and of themselves. Rather than being solely a means to an external end (like a relationship), feelings themselves offer value to human existence.

Beyond the traditional style creating a pleasing aesthetic, the poem's structure contributes to its message. The tight stanzas and deliberate word choices give emotional weight to each line, further reflecting the speaker's deep, and internally focused, capacity for love.

Ultimately, this is a lovely piece. Thank you for sharing this to us. Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Rated: E | (5.0)
Greetings Jatog the Green !

I am navigating through the Read and Review section of this page and your poem appeared. I enjoyed reading it and thought of leaving it with a review. May you'll find this review as helpful and encouraging.

Delving deep into your poem's content, here are the positive thing I noticed:

It celebrates the importance of fun and play in early childhood education. The poem's opening lines express the goal of having fun for children starting school, which is an important part of early childhood education. Play-based learning has been shown to be beneficial for cognitive, social, and emotional development.

It challenges the use of fear and extortion to motivate children. The poem expresses concern about the use of threats and fear to motivate children, such as the idea that children who don't believe in Santa Claus will not receive presents. This type of motivation can be harmful to children's emotional well-being and can create a negative association with learning.

It promotes critical thinking and reason. The poem encourages children to question their beliefs and to think for themselves. This is an important skill for children to develop, as it will help them to make informed decisions throughout their lives.

Additional thoughts on the poem:

*Idea* The poem's personification of the desk is an interesting literary device that allows the poem to express its message in a unique and engaging way.
*Idea* The poem's use of rhyme and rhythm makes it enjoyable to read aloud, which can be helpful for engaging young children.
*Idea* The poem's message is relevant to a wide range of audiences, including parents, teachers, and caregivers.


Overall, "Desk Psychology" is a poem that celebrates the importance of play, joy, and critical thinking in early childhood education. While it does raise some concerns about the use of fear and extortion to motivate children, the poem's overall message is positive and uplifting. Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful piece. Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Review of Night journey  
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Rated: 13+ | (4.5)
Greetings sindbad !

This is your seventh (last) day port raid as part of you "A Week of Port Raid Package" from "Magical Express Delivery Wagon gifted to you by your Secret Valentine. May you'll find this review an inspiring and encouraging one.

Without much a do, here are the things I found out after reading your offering:

Your poem masterfully employs imagery to create a tangible experience. Lines like "giant mouth of the gathering dark," "neon fingers like jellyfish," and "damp muslin over my years" immerse the reader in the scene.

The night transcends a literal time. It becomes a character – a "waste watchman," "prehistoric ship," and "bedfellow." These unusual metaphors deepen the poem's complexity and create a sense of intimacy with the unknown. The journey isn't merely through darkness but inside it. Themes of death and potential rebirth are intertwined: "ashes," "phosphorescent sea," "stillborn babies" hint at new beginnings even within decay.

There's a raw vulnerability in lines like "I breathe hesitantly" and "How difficult, to let it go." This struggle between clinging to the familiar (darkness) and longing for the unknown (emerging dawn) gives the poem universal relatability. The juxtaposition of beauty and discomfort is expertly navigated. Images like "phosphorescent sea" and "giant branches" hold strange beauty, while phrases like "blood night" and "collected miseries" introduce tension that captivates the reader.

In essence, your poem uses vivid language and complex symbolism to illuminate the human experience of facing the unknown and embracing inevitable change. There's a raw depth here, born from vulnerability and the tension between holding on and letting go. Indeed, a beautiful piece and I enjoyed my reading. Thank you for sharing this! Write on.

Best regards,
Gervic



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Rated: 18+ | (4.0)
Greetings sindbad !

This is your seventh (last) day port raid as part of you "A Week of Port Raid Package" from "Magical Express Delivery Wagon gifted to you by your Secret Valentine. May you'll find this review an inspiring and encouraging one.

Without much a do, here are the things I found out after reading your offering:

Your language is strikingly vivid. Words like "flickering", "splatter", "ivory mirror roads", and "drenched trees" fire the imagination, painting a powerful picture in the reader's mind. The sensory richness makes the setting visceral. You portray a city not just decaying, but transforming into something fantastical and grotesque. The juxtaposition of "castle of propriety" with "bowels of the arena" creates a society warped by indulgence and corruption. There's a grim allure in this unsettling image.

The line between real and surreal dissolves beautifully. "Ferris wheels and daliesque whorehouses" bring a heightened strangeness, echoing the expressive quality of Dali's famous paintings. This pushes the boundaries of conventional cityscapes.

Your piece balances decay with vibrancy. "Flickering flames" suggest remnants of life within the urban rot. The imagery of consumption and excretion speaks of an underlying cycle, even within what seems dead. Furthermore, the "electric edges" hint at lingering dynamism amidst the bleakness. It also plays with quiet stillness ("houses of the quiet ones") against frenzied scenes ("animated gardens," "slaughterhouse"). This reflects the multifaceted nature of many urban settings - pockets of tranquility set against chaotic human dramas.

Overall, your poem achieves a rare beauty through its focus on unsettling, decaying cityscapes. A sense of haunting wonder emerges through the powerful use of language and the creation of a unique, disturbing atmosphere. Thank you for sharing this! Write on.

Best regards,
Gervic


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Review of God  
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Rated: E | (4.5)
Greetings sindbad !

This is your seventh (last) day port raid as part of you "A Week of Port Raid Package" from "Magical Express Delivery Wagon gifted to you by your Secret Valentine. May you'll find this review an inspiring and encouraging one.

Without much a do, here are the things I found out after reading your offering:

The multifaceted view of God (fear, love, worship) touches upon emotions felt across various religions and spiritual beliefs. This broadens the poem's reach, inviting people of diverse backgrounds to find something that resonates.

Contradictions exist within the poem. God is both merciful and merciless, a figure of judgment and the ultimate liberation. This tension isn't a flaw; it reflects the genuine struggle many people face to reconcile seemingly opposing aspects of faith. More than providing answers, your poem asks big questions. By raising themes of life, death, and the potential for something beyond, it sparks inward reflection and a search for personal meaning.

The idea of a "balance sheet" invites multiple interpretations. One could see it as a literal accounting of good and bad deeds. Yet, it could also be more symbolic, hinting at a balance between opposing forces that must be maintained – an intriguing concept present in numerous philosophical systems.

In essence, your poem's beauty lies in how it mirrors the intricacy of human thought about the divine. It honors doubt, welcomes questioning, and suggests that spiritual journeys are rarely straightforward.

Overall, this is another great piece worth reading. Thank you for sharing and Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Review of Existence  
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Rated: ASR | (4.5)
Greetings sindbad !

This is your sixth day port raid as part of you "A Week of Port Raid Package" from "Magical Express Delivery Wagon gifted to you by your Secret Valentine. May you'll find this review an inspiring and encouraging one.

Without much a do, here are the things I found out after reading your offering:

Despite the darkness, there's an insistent and almost relentless life force in this poem. It pulsates through natural imagery, bodily descriptions, and a sense of relentless motion. "Stars exploding," "smoldering flesh," "screaming underneath the asphalt," are all disturbing, yet each implies a powerful energy just below the surface of things. This is the raw energy of existence that the poem refuses to sanitize.

In much of the poem, beauty coexists with the grotesque in shocking proximity. But through this, potential emerges. Lines like "In-between we make love like beasts…we coil as smoke" present primal connection alongside violence, all leading to an evocative "breathing out". It hints that a kind of messy rebirth is always possible, even from the seemingly ugliest things.

This piece uses sounds skillfully to enhance meaning. Phrases like "incredulous drone" or "shivering and stars" have sonic qualities that linger in the mind and enhance the sense of a vibrant, even if unsettling, inner world. Additionally, there's a sense of urgency in the choppy rhythm of some sections, like "the dark, the dark". This rhythmic rush mirrors the relentless cycles the poem describes.

This is not about tidy answers, but about forcing the reader to confront uncomfortable truths within themselves. Lines like "The city is stuck on the windshield again" might evoke the relentless way inner anxieties intrude on daily life. By shocking us into deeper self-observation, the poem becomes a tool for emotional exploration.

Poems like this offer catharsis to readers who wrestle with dark or visceral emotions. It shows they are not alone and that overwhelming moments don't need to be hidden. It validates the fullness of the human range even when it includes intense discomfort, horror, or confusion.

You repeatedly refers to things we can't quite grasp: lost children, paths strangled by darkness, and otherworldly events. In leaving these unresolved, the poem shows uncertainty – and even fear – to be fundamental facets of human life that exist alongside our capacity for love, sensation, and the will to persevere.

This is indeed a beautiful piece. Thank you for sharing this to us! Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Review of City Lights  
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Rated: ASR | (4.0)
Greetings sindbad !

This is your sixth day port raid as part of you "A Week of Port Raid Package" from "Magical Express Delivery Wagon gifted to you by your Secret Valentine. May you'll find this review an inspiring and encouraging one.

Without much a do, here are the things I found out after reading your offering:

Beyond the images, the soundscape is integral to the poem. The initial "heaviness" is echoed in the rain sounds, which later die away. This silence amplifies the internal desolation and disconnects the speaker from the external world. The sudden reference to chanted music from the stars offers a jarring and perhaps delusional source of hope amidst the quiet horror.

The physical details of the city ground the reader in reality ("pipes explode," "tall trees"). This makes the psychological and surreal images much more powerful by contrast. For example, the plastic doll on a spring evokes a sense of both mechanical repetition and trapped helplessness that connects directly to the speaker's experience.

The focus on the speaker's physical suffering ("the weight of flesh is choking") heightens the poem's intensity. It isn't merely sadness, but an embodied despair that the reader feels sympathetically in their own body. This bodily focus can be jarring yet profoundly humanizing.

For readers navigating their own emotional struggles, poems like this can offer a strange comfort. There's validation in knowing someone has verbalized what sometimes feels inexpressible – and survived. This poem is like a scream in the night, an act of release even if it doesn't provide traditional solutions.

There's something timeless about the references to blood, sea, and birds on white wings. These tap into deep archetypal ideas about transformation and escape. This hint of a larger mythic pattern offers a strange depth to the despair and reminds us that the feeling, while personal, isn't isolated.

Unlike a poem with a clear message, "City Lights" asks the reader to be a co-creator of meaning. Each reader might project slightly different things onto phrases like "cracked bed" or "plastic doll." This active meaning-making is powerful and makes the poem uniquely memorable.

Ultimately, this is yet another beautiful and meaningful piece. Thank you for a wonderful read! Keep your creative juices flowing and Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Rated: E | (5.0)
Greetings sindbad !

This is your sixth day port raid as part of you "A Week of Port Raid Package" from "Magical Express Delivery Wagon gifted to you by your Secret Valentine. May you'll find this review an inspiring and encouraging one.

Without much a do, here are the things I found out after reading your offering:

This piece doesn't simply tell you the moon is shining, it describes how the light feels on the speaker's skin, how it bleeds through their body. This attention to physical detail brings the reader directly into the scene, engaging their senses and enhancing their emotional experience. Your poem constantly juxtaposes enormous ideas (galaxies, millennia) with minute details (water dripping from an eyebrow, footsteps on dust). This jarring shift in scale forces the reader to contemplate vastness and smallness simultaneously, adding to a sense of vertigo and awe.

Figures like the demon, the wolf, and the use of crucifixion imagery tap into deep-rooted archetypes and mythologies. This gives the poem a sense of timeless weight, as if these personal reflections connect to something much older and deeper in the human psyche. This piece holds opposing forces in tensionβ€”creation and destruction, life and death, human and animal, spiritual and corporeal. Refusing to offer tidy resolutions mirrors the real complexities of existence and offers intellectual challenge for the reader.

The lack of conventional structure and somewhat opaque symbolism means the reader must do some work to interpret the poem. This active participation invites personal resonance and deeper engagement – there is no single "right" answer to what the poem means. The disjointed stream-of-consciousness flow feels authentic to the overwhelming nature of the experience the poem addresses. This is akin to how real thoughts operate, moving quickly and tangentially with emotional peaks and troughs. Your poem validates those powerful experiences where we feel simultaneously connected and insignificant in the face of the cosmos. It embraces confusion alongside moments of startling clarity.

It's worth noting that some readers might find the poem excessive or indulgent when it explores the grotesque. Still, even these elements add to a feeling of relentless existential investigation, of a search for meaning that won't be silenced by comfort or convention.

This is indeed a magnificent poem worth reading. Thank you for sharing this to us. Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Review of Feelings  
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Rated: ASR | (4.5)
Greetings sindbad !

This is your fifth day port raid as part of you "A Week of Port Raid Package" from "Magical Express Delivery Wagon gifted to you by your Secret Valentine. May you'll find this review an inspiring and encouraging one.

Without much a do, here are the things I found out after reading your offering:

The poem offers a refreshing departure from the expectation that emotions should always be easily categorized. The imagery of a "recalcitrant", "pinballing" feeling allows for the internal tension that emerges when we struggle to label and fully understand our own emotional experiences. This honest portrayal can offer both validation and relief to readers.

The act of writing in the poem becomes an exploration, a means to engage with and even subtly shift the nature of what's being felt. The poem itself exemplifies this processβ€”in naming the emotion's formlessness and tracking its evolution, the speaker gains a level of clarity and mastery that would not come from simply enduring the turmoil in silence.

The descriptive language showcasing the shifting location of the feeling within the speaker creates a powerful sense of how overwhelming a powerful emotion can be. Tracing it from a β€œheavy lump” to a β€œtug” all the way to the head paints a vivid picture of the all-encompassing nature of intense emotions. It offers readers a tangible illustration of the physical and mental toll of feeling deeply.

The reference to past shared happiness not only creates a contrast for the current heartache, but subtly underscores the depth of the speaker's capacity for feeling in general. To both feel joy and sadness so keenly signifies a vibrancy of spirit, even when it means the painful aspects of those experiences hit that much harder.

Although the focus of the poem remains on the pain of separation, the way the speaker actively analyzes and articulates their emotional state points to an underlying ability to weather these storms. The specific distance (8176 kilometers) further demonstrates a sharp awareness that geography only temporarily alters the reality of their bond. There's a thread of hope within the despair, a hint they will endure because they understand the fleeting nature of this particular moment.

Ultimately, this is yet another beautiful piece from your creative mind. I enjoyed reading it and I learned a lot from this. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to read such an inspiring poem. Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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Rated: ASR | (5.0)
Greetings sindbad !

This is your fifth day port raid as part of you "A Week of Port Raid Package" from "Magical Express Delivery Wagon gifted to you by your Secret Valentine. May you'll find this review an inspiring and encouraging one.

Without much a do, here are the things I found out after reading your offering:

The poem uses rich vocabulary and sensory details that transcend simply describing a landscape. Words like "hallowed", "blissful" and "bountiful" generate a feeling of reverence around the setting. It invites the reader to imagine not just a beautiful setting, but one with an almost sacred quality. Additionally, the repetition of the word "rain" becomes a motif that builds both the sense of natural abundance as well as hinting at the ominous shift in tone later in the poem.

The early acknowledgment of blessings suggests potential for a sustainable, reciprocal relationship with nature. While one group believes this harmony is spiritually driven, the other finds value in practical management, demonstrating that differing perspectives can still result in positive outcomes. This reinforces the message that respect for the land isn't limited to one viewpoint.

The poem doesn't just tell us about the strength of the rain, wind, and rivers, it shows us. The verbs become increasingly action-oriented; "frowned", "hounded", "called", "lent", "gave" imbue the weather elements with intentionality. Nature isn't merely happening, it's reacting. This personification makes the later devastation more visceral and resonant.

Crucially, the final lines don't describe destruction as punishment, but as an opportunity for learning and regrowth. This is significant because it underscores that our relationship with nature is dynamic, that it holds the capacity for both devastation and restoration. This open-ended message about rediscovering our place within the natural world is, arguably, what makes the poem most profound.

This is indeed a thought-provoking piece portraying a profound message. Thank you so much for sharing such an excellent creation. Keep your creative juices flowing and continue to inspire everyone around. Write on!

Best regards,
Gervic


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