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Review of Pilate's Lament  
In affiliation with Jane Austen Group  
Rated: E | (5.0)
I am reviewing this morning and hope you are well. Thank you for the good sense and knowledge this piece encompasses. It is sad when Easter feelings are mixed with a death in the family and this has happened to me recently. I am hoping to read more spiritual poetry in Newsletters on WDC and this poem is just the heavenly ticket. If it wasn't featured it should be. I have read you in the past and I am sure you are one of my favorites. Let me say it comes from such a well-organized and delightful portfolio and that God's children have a place in life and this is what is so good to write about. The lines and font are with no improvement to my mind. It's what I have said many times. Praise to God. Thank you, Lord.
Knowing Him, is a wonderful subject.

Write on!

VictoriaMcCullough
Beautiful cat signature made by Chalaedra and gifted by Princess Megan Rose.
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In affiliation with RAOK Upgrade Brigade Group  
Rated: 13+ | (5.0)
I am reviewing for "Read and Review" this evening. Good evening! Nice to see you in the line-up. I gather that you have used a bit of history-searching for this piece. I have always liked your stuff. This is again painting a picture of Civil War antics and has a good opinion of bias at the end of the poem to which perhaps we, as a nation, have evolved from the past to the present. There is a good lie on lines from beginning to end and you usually make a good search for irony and excellent material in your poems, Harry. I like your spunk. I like your knowledgeable canvas. Thanks for letting me enjoy this. Write on!

VictoriaMcCullough
Beautiful cat signature made by Chalaedra and gifted by Princess Megan Rose.
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Review of An Artist's Peek  
In affiliation with Jane Austen Group  
Rated: E | (4.5)
I am reading and reviewing for "Read and Review" tonight. Thank you for allowing me the pleasure. I have read and re-read your poem "An Artist's Peek" and found it to be lovely. All that is in Nature can be astounding for us to write about. You have captured the moment! I especially liked the third rhyming stanza. All the images in the poem are strong. I love Nature, too. It amazed me. This poem, too, is a thoughtful one. A reflective journey that we can take for a moment and enter into it. So. Keep writing like this. You have no problems.

Victoria McCullough
Beautiful cat signature made by Chalaedra and gifted by Princess Megan Rose.
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In affiliation with Jane Austen Group  
Rated: ASR | N/A (Review only item.)
I am writing a "Read And Review" review this evening. Hello, Megan Rose. I just love Jane Austen and your writings about her in the contemporary vein. I was especially enthused about your dialogue with this particular part of your Jane Austen tribute. Good management of character and sweet lines of love toward those in the piece that matter to you. Quite often, we authors are taken too much by ourselves and what we are about and forget the great vast world of characters which give us joy while reading them. I think your affections for Jane Austen are very real and valid. Make sure you keep your spelling correct and do not give up. Your imagination is fascinating.

VictoriaMcCullough
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In affiliation with Jane Austen Group  
Rated: E | N/A (Review only item.)
I am back on WDC, something I have waited for, to be able to review more throughout the week. I am making a "Read and Review" review this evening. Remember, by the way, February is the month of love so enjoy it!

Firstly, I love your poem. I love the Native Americans and I love your kindesses toward them. I can't say enough about the wonderful information and undoubted detail of your works. They, at times are magical. This particular poem does not leave us flat. It becomes a tribute to a certain great race of women. Something to shout about! I think you, as well, believe in the Native Americans--their problems and their beauty both. The illusion of the White Buffalo is very unique. I am aware of your studies on this subject. I commend you for that. I can almost wrap my arms around you as a Jane Austen Sister and tell you that yes, he will come again. Just as you believe.

Thank you for being a great part of WDC for me.

Victoria McCullough
Beautiful cat signature made by Chalaedra and gifted by Princess Megan Rose.
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Review of Attention  
In affiliation with Jane Austen Group  
Rated: E | (4.0)
I am reviewing with a "Read and Review" review this evening. Thank you for giving us something to think about. I have heard this "quip" before and like your admiration for an evolving planet with a God to guide it. This, of course, does not mean, that arguments exist over this for no reason. Beause they do. Were we evolving as apes at one time? Or not? Such questions can give rise to good explanations for our children to ponder over. Thank you for coming up with this. Spot-on, a nice poem. Prosy. But I like that. Obviously, it was liked and I believe I have read you more than once on WDC and thoroughly enjoyed it. Have a good February--for it is the month for love.

Victoria McCullough
Beautiful cat signature made by Chalaedra and gifted by Princess Megan Rose.
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Review of Death Bed Promise  
Rated: 18+ | (5.0)
I'm sending this "read and review" review in February this evening, in the month of lovers. I think it is an appropriate time for me to have read this simply because "love conquers all" --even death. What we have here is quite a humorous addition to your portfolio. It rhymes well and has the spark of a "cool limerick". I like the experienced she-witness to a death of her spouse as it unfolds to give us risqué lines. Perhaps, she is a she-devil by the phrase "wicked grin", perhaps, not. At any rate, I have this picked out as a much-above item to admire as a holiday short.

Thanks for being on WDC. Keep writing!


VictoriaMcCullough
Beautiful cat signature made by Chalaedra and gifted by Princess Megan Rose.
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Rated: E | (5.0)
I have enjoyed your rhyming poem here very much. Your colorful imagery and magical quality that captures the joy of Christmas is apparent here and the poem is nicely detailed with lines that I can identify with and therefore I find them memorable. I like the line, "The first snowflakes when they fall"--we might have a white Christmas here in town--and I anticipate the fun of having snow. I know how children make the season so much fun and my relatives are too enjoying it and keeping beat to the "goodwill" that this season knows. That crux of a line--"evil to defeat"--is unmistakably one that gives me a chance to think on what Christ's passion is all about. Keep Christ in Christmas! Thank you for a very nice poem.

Write on! Nice to see you here on WDC.


VictoriaMcCullough
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Rated: E | (4.5)
Such a nice, pleasant tribute to the King of Kings. I enjoyed this poem. I believe in Christ Jesus and the Blessed Season of Christmas that we celebrate in his name. You have used a sense of joy here that looks like it comes easy for you and yes, giving thanks, is the reason for the season. We enjoyed a bit of a "white Christmas" and may see snow on Christmas day. Like that part in your poem. To make it personal and place it in a small town as a metaphorical composite of loving Christmas for what it is, is very legit and nice to read.

Keep writing! Thank you for being here at WDC.



VictoriaMcCullough
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In affiliation with Jane Austen Group  
Rated: ASR | N/A (Review only item.)
Absolutely exciting stuffy. Love the mirrored images to your personage and the neat dialogue. I love to follow Jane Austen, now, that you introduced me to her. I was a starved reader in high school and I have to admit it! Please take my apology that I don't do more for our members in the Jane Austen Group. It's so nice in there. Will we live in another time now that Megan Rose gives us that chance? I think SO.
Best wishes,
VictoriaMcCullough
Beautiful cat signature made by Chalaedra and gifted by Princess Megan Rose.
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In affiliation with Jane Austen Group  
Rated: ASR | N/A (Review only item.)
Loved this month's Newsetter. Thanks for giving me the wonderful chance to view it.
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In affiliation with Jane Austen Group  
Rated: E | N/A (Review only item.)
Absolutely enchanting. Thank you, Princess Megan Rose , for giving us another chapter of enjoying info on the great Jane Austen. Arsenic as a death potion? Quite interesting. More than that, the details here are considerably good facts to know and think on. So goes another Newsletter in history on WDC.
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In affiliation with Jane Austen Group  
Rated: ASR | N/A (Review only item.)
Commendable material. I want Jane at my table! Bless those children that have started to read her at a young age. It can only be essentially a must for good grades and a wonderful walk through history.


VictoriaMcCullough
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In affiliation with Jane Austen Group  
Rated: E | N/A (Review only item.)
Thank you for a wonderful December newsletter, Megan Rose. I love the fact that this is a subject that I don't know enough about and get to become informed with lots of info concerning Jane Austen. I would love to see the new movie that is coming out that you mentioned. I loved your details concerning Jane and the special way you treat her in your email speeches. Thank you so much for something that has truly come true for me--a well-informed friend on WDC who knows quite a lot about Jane Austen!
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Rated: ASR | N/A (Review only item.)
Wonderful newsletter! Nice to know the "good witches" of WDC are here for us and giving us all the rundown on what we might like to know about Halloween! Thanks!
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In affiliation with Showering Acts of Joy Group  
Rated: ASR | N/A (Review only item.)


I am reviewing this blog for Showering Acts Of Joy. I am only one reviewer and do not reflect a group of reviewers in this review.


** Image ID #rainbowL Unavailable ** I just love your blog. I spent a bit of time with it and see that you are being appropriate with Halloween but as well your feelings for music, and art have been entered in nice, clear entries. I emphasize this. You appear to always consistent and candid with great answers to what you want to blog about. I feel this particular entry with its numbered choices is almost a cool poem. I liked the thoughtfulness of how it was thought-out. You engaged a WDC audience with it easily. Things will always happen with you in your house with a great destiny. Hope you admit to your talent. It is rare and beautiful.


Feather Duster
aka Vicki

Simplified attractive signature with Pen.
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Rated: E | N/A (Review only item.)
Great Newsletter. I enjoyed the information on Easter especially concerning the Easter Bunny and also the meaning behind church proceedings that you offered. I love all your newsletters and just as a matter of format I would like to comment that I see a kind of style in the writing of all of the newsletters that are informative and catchy, it springs from a personal view that gives us a nice story-type attitude. I find the newsletters encouraging for those who want to Know Facts about different subjects and have no knowledge. Thanks.

Feather Duster
aka Vicki

New attractive Sig with Pen.
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In affiliation with Jane Austen Group  
Rated: E | N/A (Review only item.)
Such a great newsletter! I enjoyed knowledge about the "tea" of the day in Jane Austen's home. Liked the details I picked up in coordinance with the certain different Jane Austen novels. Thanks for the info!
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Rated: E | (5.0)



I am reviewing:
 
STATIC
If I Had a Bookstore  (E)
If I had a bookstore...maybe when Wynwidyn Press gets a bit bigger! :)
#1930913 by Fyn
this morning. My review does not reflect any one group but is a product of my own reviewing and should be known as such.


Fyn here has given us a wonderful display of words for a bookstore. This is what she is proposing for us. What would it be like? The magical nooks and crannies of a place that we all on WDC might somehow love to own. Platonically, these words are worth a million. An excellent poem. There are wonderful things that Fyn does on WDC. Her writing is highly attractive, first-callibre. This poem is delightful, fulfilling, a place in time on shelves where books ultimately find a resting place. I admired it. Loved reading it. Discover Fyn!




Feather Duster
aka Vicki

This signature was bought from an auction in November of '14.  Magic Crystal Ball.
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Rated: E | N/A (Review only item.)



I am reviewing:
STATIC
Victorian Christmas Newsletter-FFW  (E)
This newsletter is about Victorian Christmas.
#2022144 by Princess Megan Rose
this morning.

What can I say about Flair Newsletter? That is one of the most informative newsletters I've run across? That it always catches the eye with colorful material which just about everyone might really want to hear about? That I've learned so much and had so much fun learning with the subjects chosen? All of the above.

This Newsletter is about Victorian Christmases at the time Charles Dickens wrote "A Christmas Carol".
All of the material was presented so nicely. In an easy-to-read formula, both Princess Megan Rose and
Angel have come up with a great informative Newsletter in Flair.

Thank you both for giving me such wonderful details. A good way to see Christmas this year.


Feather Duster
aka Vicki


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Review of Black Cats  
Rated: ASR | N/A (Review only item.)




I am reviewing
STATIC
Black Cats  (ASR)
This newsletter for Flair For Writing is about black cats.
#2014445 by Princess Megan Rose
.

It is this season's Flair Newsletter based on the theme: black cats.

This is a very informational, interesting Newsletter this month. It lends to Halloween with all sorts of excellent tid-bits about this coming Holiday. I never knew that cats that were black can be associated with "anarchism" and that there are so many conflicting stories about the worth of black cats. I digested this Newsletter and re-read it again. I love Flair Newsletter and try to run over in my mind the details given so that I might memorize some of it. This is food for thought that can be very useful and gives to literate enjoyment.

Thank you both Princess Megan Rose and Angel for such talented stories about black cats.


I will continue to be amazed by what I learn from Flair Newsletters.


Feather Duster
aka vicki

New attractive Sig with Pen.
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In affiliation with Jane Austen Group  
Rated: ASR | N/A (Review only item.)



I am reviewing:
BOOK
Victorian, Romance and Jane Austen   (ASR)
Stories and other items for Valentines Day, Victorian Romance and Jane Austen Writing.
#1973909 by Princess Megan Rose
for The Jane Austen Group.

Impressions: I foresee an edition of the Adventures of Jane and her cohorts by Princess Megan Rose. These items are rare and explicitly fragile with a lot in them. The characters are adorable. Made for a good young intelligent audience with adult diversions for olders.

Characters: Loved them this day 'round. A happy scene. Excellent Dialogue. Good grammar and style.

Suggestions: Discuss this in the Forums, girls.


Last Comment: Could, in the future, there be a backdrop to the dialogue? Deeper into the place of residence or the outdoors outside the residences and places? This within scenarios could be interwined to make the items thicker and more descriptive in "place". Excellent suspense with these items.





Feather Duster
aka Vicki


New attractive Sig with Pen.

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Rated: 13+ | (5.0)



I am reviewing for Earth Day Challenge during this week:
Will This World Go On?  (13+)
Wondering about the world's end, or are there ages yet to come? Are we a future stone age?
#1898112 by Fi


Impressions: *Check3* I really like this poem. It is filled with deep questions posed as a very viable dilemma that this world has come to know. Whenever we think of world's end, we sometimes commit to acts of war. But this poem tells it like it is and is more candid and believable. More so, the earth will probably go down in fire or rain. And so often, humans have a duty to uplift each other in doing acts of what I would like to call Green, to honor Earth Day, so that these questions you speak of when you talk about yourself in the first person and ask the rhetorical age-old mysteries about what comes first before what comes next for us. I am impressed. It is nice effective poem.

Grammar,Spelling, Style: *Check3* Your punctuation and lineage is fine. Your spelling excellent. I like the style even though it is a bit stark. You are giving alot here, and there are enough lines for you to do that in. It's quite curiously done and very clever. I like your graphics as a product of the style of this Quilna poem.

Suggestions:*Check3* None. It is a good poem as I had found it under the genre "Environment".

Final comment to contend with: *Check3* I just just picture you, the heroine, gazing out the window, with your hand on your cheek, lost in "Wonder". The examination of one's conscience comes across in a good way and finds us asking ourselves: what do we, the readers, also think about when the end comes.


April 22nd is Earth Day!


Feather Duster
aka vicki

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In affiliation with Earth Day Challengers  
Rated: E | (4.5)


I am reviewing for Earth Day Challenge during this week:
 
STATIC
Compassionate Choices   (E)
For Kiya's Earth Day Challenge; a rondeau about Earth.
#1988227 by Jess- 2020 Vision


Impressions: *Check2* I like what you called this poem for Earth Day. The word "compassionate" appears to be just the right one. Your words lean toward that. I like the span of the poem. It takes in alot. And then, as you get a bit personal in the last three lines, we identify with it.


Grammar, Spelling, Style: *Check3* Firstly, your cause is just about the best ever. Green is a must. The identification of things gone wrong creates a style of "change" for us and you really do wonders with the line:

NO MORE MONSANTO! NO DEATH! we rejoice.

This style, knowing that it is a rondeau, is a strong poem for you. Yes, awaken us, and it does.
No spelling mistakes, grammar is fine.


Suggestions: *Check3* None.

Final comment to contend with: *Check3* I especially liked that last line. It is rather original and meaningful.


Write on!

April 22nd is Earth Day!

Feather Duster
aka vicki
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In affiliation with Earth Day Challengers  
Rated: E | (4.5)


I am reviewing for Earth Day Challenge during this week:
 Reverse Joni Mitchell  (E)
Remembering environmental idealism
#1958138 by Karl Doyle


Impressions: *Check3* Really good essay. I think I know what you are talking about. It's a really big "game" for investors. I know a brand new Mall near Pittsburgh here has had huge projects like a gigantic athletic center and a race-car park, built them, used them, and it has all fallen through and torn down now. More or less, very quickly. The mall has hundreds of acres, and the space of which it has built up businesses is incredible, but slow. At times, no one wants to shop there. And the businesses like Bed, Bath and Beyond, and Macy's has fallen through. The mall itself has empty spaces. I know what you mean.

Grammar, Style, Spelling, of your essay: *Check3* Fine.

Suggestions: *Check3* None.

Last comment to contend with: *Check3* I wonder what will happen next. You know? In keeping with Green today, hope that you agree and go ahead do some recycling. We are at the brink of consciousness with keeping our planet safe and happy. Let's all do our part. Thank you. We all want paradise.


April 22nd is Earth Day!

Feather Duster
aka vicki
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